The Skunk Train

Located in Northern California’s Mendocino County there is a skunk running through the redwood forest, but this isn’t just any skunk – it’s the world famous Skunk Train.

The California redwoods, pristine coastline, and award-winning vineyards are all a part of the landscape that makes Mendocino County such an amazing place and home to this 133-year-old train.

The Skunk Train

Get The Chance To Experience: 
Fort Braggs’s Scenic
PUDDING CREEK EXPRESS
OR
Discover Willits’ Historic
WOLF TREE TURN
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Santa Rosa 
1.25 Hours from Willits
Sacramento, Oakland, San Francisco
2.5 Hours from Willits

The Skunk Train

Checkout the new Railbikes:

Unique new experience on the Redwood Route
Two-Person, pedal-powered, custom-built railbikes
Electric assist motor for hills and relaxation

The Skunk Train

Take a ride on the Historic Skunk Train in Fort Bragg & Willits

The Employee Network Members Receive 15% Discount. 

The Skunk Train

Depart from Willits:

299 East Commercial Street 

Willits, California 95490

The Skunk Train

707.964.6371

Depart from Fort Bragg:

100 West Laurel Street 

Fort Bragg, California 95437

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