The Haunted Ghost Train of Old Ely

Do you dare join us this Halloween?

The station looks peaceful enough before departure, but who knows what awaits<br>these unsuspecting guests? Oh, does the conductor look a little worried to you?
Are you brave enough to join us on this little Halloween outing?
These little ghosts are ready for their ride on the Ghost Train
Look who blew in for a night out on the town!<br>You're a little off course here, captain.  This is Ely.
<a href='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qQpp4IPQgM&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PL8jQ3mEYwLF8GXhn3Ux5-ncCHya-OwCvy' target='blank'>Click here to watch the short video that one brave witness recorded</a>
One happy couple enjoying a little picnic one October night here in Ely
What did he do wrong this time?
There is really nothing here to be scared of, right?

Fast Facts

WHAT: The Ghost Train of Old Ely seems to be invaded by a band of demons, ghosts, and goblins on many of these Autumn evenings.

WHEN: On several nights in October we dare to send a trainload of brave souls out to witness this for themselves. Check the schedule below.

WHO:  You and your family can join in the Halloween fun this year.  Reservations are strongly suggested.  We usually sell out.

BRING:  Costumes encouraged. Dress warmly.    You might feel a certain "chill."

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It happens each October in this remote mountain town of Ely Nevada.  The days grow shorter and the nights take on a definite chill.  They say the Ghost Train of Old Ely comes "alive" in a whole different way.  Some say that there seem to be legions of demons, ghosts, and goblins invading the otherwise peaceful setting here on those special October nights.

It has become our job to predict exactly when there might be good sightings of all the mysterious happenings around Ely.  The schedule below has been carefully researched to provide the very best viewing of UFOs, Headless Horsemen, Hitchhiking Ghosts, Haunted Tunnels, Creepy Campfires, and Ghastly Ghost towns right alongside Nevada Northern Railway's original mainline up toward the old Ruth Mine through the old scary tunnels.  Is it scary?  Yes, a little.  Is it fun?  Yes, it is.  Is it a bit corny? Seriously?  Of course.  As they say, come to have fun with friends and family, or don't come at all.  Costumes are warmly encouraged.

You may be asking exactly how all of these eerie and mysterious scenes occur right alongside the mainline.  You might also ask why almost 100 volunteers from the communities surrounding Ely disappear around the same time as the train trip.  You might also ask why many of the ghosts and goblins possessing the rail line look amazingly like those local citizens.  Could there be a coincidence?  You can decide for yourself.  We can't give away the ghosts' and demons' secrets.  All we can say is that however it is done, here's a special thanks to the great, heartfelt community support that this event enjoys each year.  We hope you enjoy the fruits of their labors as much as the community enjoys putting it on.

So, are you brave enough to get on the Haunted Ghost Train of Old Ely this year?  Reservations are highly recommended. These trains almost always "sell out", so to speak.  Who wants to be left behind at the depot on a night like this?


Prices and Discounts

2017 Ticket Prices
AdultChild(4-12)Infant (Not Yet 4)
Haunted Ghost Trains$39 $20 Free

Members receive discounts. Memberships start at $30



Either there is no availability in the near future, or the event has not yet been set up that far in advance.

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Briget (Fallon) says...
This train ride was 2 hours long! So worth the money last year! Looks like prices have gone way up though, we cannot attend after paying for gas, rooms and the cost of the train this year. But our experience from last year will always be remembered!
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We are glad that you and your family enjoyed the Haunted Ghost Train last year.  Thanks for your note.  

Just so you know, this year's prices are identical to last year's prices.  As an independent non-profit foundation we do everything we can to keep prices as low as possible, and make ends meet.  There are no operational subsidies from the government, so the upkeep on everything you saw while you were here, and a whole lot more that goes on behind the scenes has to be covered by the fare box.  Thank you for your support.  Our goal is to still be here next time that you are out our way, so please stop by and say hi.
2nd October 2017 10:01am
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Nena (LAS VEGAS) says...
Love this train! Thanks for the experience!
10th October 2016 6:32pm
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Lauri Kerr (Cedar City) says...
Can't wait to ride it.
2nd October 2016 11:20am
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Richard Stott (Las Vegas) says...
By far the best train ride in all of Nevada! I love going to this each year in costume with friends and family!
3rd August 2016 9:37am
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Daniel (Elko nv, US) says...
The most fun!  Have not missed in 4 years.  And the Polar Express is awsome, not to be missed either.
26th September 2014 7:12pm
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