A Magical Holiday Train Is Coming Through North Dakota And You Don’t Want To Miss It

It’s almost that time of year – time for the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train to come rolling through North Dakota again! The train will be making many stops throughout our state on its way across the country and it is a magical experience you do not want to miss. It’s a fantastic way to get into the holiday spirit, help out the community, and have fun with the family.

Here is everything you need to know about catching the train this year:

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The official Canadian Pacific Holiday Train schedule and locations through North Dakota is as follows:


Arrives at 6:30 PM, December 13, 2017. Events through 7:15 PM

122 1st Street, American Legion parking lot


Arrives at 9:05 PM, December 13, 2017. Events through 9:45 PM

101 Harvest Lane, CP Depot


Arrives at 1:30 PM, December 14, 2017. Events through 2:15 PM

601 – 6 Avenue NE


Arrives at 3:45 PM, December 14, 2017. Events through 4:30 PM

600 Lincoln Avenue


Arrives at 6:30 PM, December 14, 2017. Events through 7:15 PM

Main Street crossing


Arrives at 8:30 PM, December 14, 2017. Events through 9:15 PM

1st Avenue SW and Central Avenue.

For more information about the train, what you can do to help, and everything else you may need, click here. It’s going to be a great holiday treat for everyone who gets a chance to see it! This train looks stunning when it is traveling across the snowy prairie in North Dakota, which looks equally beautiful on its own.