Visit Our Restored Caboose and Railway Park in Sharbot Lake!

Our Railway Heritage Park is located in the heart of the village of Sharbot Lake, Ontario at the junction of the Canadian Pacific Railway and Kingston and Pembroke rail lines.

Please join us on June 30 for CabooseFest, the opening of our 2018 summer season at Railway Heritage Park.  Get ready to stomp & swing at the Kick & Push from 11 AM to 2 PM, with a great lineup of performers:

11:00 – 11:30 AM — The Boxcar Boys
(Jim MacPherson, Dennis LaRocque, Dave Limber and Gary Giller)
11:30 – 12 noon — Kora Kamps and Friends
12:15 – 12:45 PM — Jessica Wedden
1:00 – 1:45 PM — Shawn McCullough

Come and enjoy the music, plus activities for children and a BBQ lunch for sale by the Lions Club to support the Food Bank.

See all the updates to the Park, including the completed Station Display with the original Sharbot Lake station sign.

Admission is free.

Afterwards please enjoy a history of the caboose and learn about the rich railway heritage along the Central Frontenac Railway Heritage Walkway Tour.

Have your picture taken with our cut-out train and conductor!

Check out our static displays.

Motor car.

Whiting Trackmobile

Turntable motor.

Make it a day trip

While in the village, be sure to see the famous murals on Garrett Street. Stop for lunch or dinner at one of the restaurants.


The caboose is open during the summer months of July and August, every Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on special occasions.

Self-guided tours of the outdoor displays are possible anytime.
You will find a laminated guide of the site at the steps of the caboose.

Or, call (613) 279-2777 for an appointment and we’d be happy to show you around!

Our caboose may be closed for the season but our virtual tour of the Railway Heritage Walkway is always open.


From Ottawa, Hwy 417 west then Hwy 7 to Road 38, south to Elizabeth St. – 1 1/2 hours.

From Kingston, Road 38 (Gardners Rd.) north to Elizabeth St. – 1 hour.


4 Responses to Visit Our Restored Caboose and Railway Park in Sharbot Lake!

  1. Gene says:

    Very informative web page.

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