High Line Railroad Park:
Breckenridge, CO

The High Line Railroad Park is an exciting park with a twist. The park is Railroad themed with large genuine narrow gauge historical train cars parked right outside the park. Climbing is not allowed on the actual train cars, but many climbing opportunities present themselves in the Railroad themed playground. There is a big climbing structure with slides and other playground equipment modeled after the big black train car parked in front of the park. There is additional exciting playground equipment, both regular and train-themed. There is even a pretend ticket office where children can pretend to sell and buy train tickets.

There is also a small museum with lots of information about the history of Breckenridge and how it affected the town. The museum was closed when we visited so we did not get to see the displays.

The High Line Railroad Park is great for both children and adults who enjoy trains and their history.

 

Posted: November 16, 2020

Information, prices and hours posted here are current as of the posted or updated date. It is advisable to call ahead or check online to confirm hours and prices.

Address:

189 Boreas Pass Road

Breckenridge, CO 80424

Parking is at the far side of the ice rink.

 

Phone Number:

970-453-9767

 
Price:

Park is free. The museum is free to visit with a $5 suggested donation

 

Hours:

Park & Playground: Open daylight hours

open year-round; weather dependent

Museum: CLOSED

typically open June-September

 

Website: https://www.breckheritage.com/high-line-railroad-park-and-museum