Looking for things to do on a Saturday? Ride the rails in Unity, for a day of fun!

Celebrating over 150 years of railroading, the Belfast and Moosehead Lake Railroad offers some fun weekend trips from their location in Unity. Just about every weekend, they host fun events, and if you haven’t had the pleasure of a good train ride, this is right up your alley. It really is a treat to experience this, and it can really make a great Saturday road trip. The sights and beauty of the state of Maine are on full display when you take this exciting experience.

Once again, they are planning the Pizza and Whoopie Pie Train Ride. Enjoy some pizza, and Maine’s number one dessert, the whoopie pie, a beverage, plus, a ride on the scenic Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad.

This is one of their most popular events, so get in on the fun early. Tickets are $29 for adults, $19 for children, and infants are free.

Here is the upcoming schedule:

Saturday, June 15th-1pm-2pm
Saturday, June 22nd-11am-12:00
Saturday, June 29th-1pm-2pm

Or you can take a Unity Maine Train Ride, where you can make lasting memories with a traditional trail ride.

Enjoy the beautiful piney woods, rolling fields, and creeks from either the open air observation car or, from the comfort of their classic coaches.

Tickets are $18 for adults, $5 for children

Here is the summer schedule:

Saturday, June 15th-1pm-2pm
Saturday, June 22nd-11am-12pm/1pm-2pm
Saturday, June 29th-1pm-2pm

While you are there, you can also enjoy the day with some ice cream at Conez, which is right where you board the train, or lunch at the fantastic Mammie’s Restaurant, which is directly across the road from the station.

All trains depart from Unity Station, in Unity, which is located at 212 Depot Street.

For more info and tickets, check out belfastandmooseheadlakerail.org

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