From the Museum Mailbag


Museum in Campo to Reopen September 5!

Repoening!

Great news! Please read & share: Our Campo Railroad Park and Museum will be reopening on Saturdays & Sundays starting on September 5th & 6th. As we reopen for train rides and visitation, the safety and well being of our visitors and our volunteer staff will be our highest priority.

Our main display building and our 37-acre property allows for plenty of space and enjoyment of our many outdoor displays. Face coverings are required while riding the train and while inside any building including the Gift Shop, Display Building, and restrooms. High-touch surfaces will be sanitized throughout the day.

Our Valley Flyer Caboose Train will operate on an “as-needed” schedule between 11am and 3:30pm. We are limiting each trip to 10 passengers to allow for sufficient social distancing. High-touch surfaces on the caboose will be sanitized after each round trip.

The purchase of your ticket keeps the lights on and the trains rolling at our 100% volunteer-operated museum. We can’t wait to see you!

La Mesa Depot Museum to Remain Closed Until Further Notice

UPDATE: Museum leadership has elected to postpone reopening the La Mesa Depot facility due to the ongoing uncertainties presented by California State leaders.

As with any organization our fixed costs continue to require payment and this organization continues to incur thousands of dollars in monthly expenses. If you can help financially in this difficult time, your assistance is greatly appreciated! You can learn more about how you can help at psrm.org/donate.

Coronavirus Update

The Campo Railroad Park & Museum will be closed this weekend, Saturday March 21, 2020 and until further notice in order to comply with all federal, state and local regulations. Thank you for your concern and support. Stay healthy and visit us soon!