As most of you know, the High Country experienced a strong dose of winter weather during an ice and snow storm in December. Here at Tweetsie Railroad, we are happy to report the park didn’t suffer any major damage, but we will miss some of our favorite trees.
People often wonder about the animals at Tweetsie’s
As for Cinder, Tweetsie’s baby pot-bellied pig, she stayed inside the
Welcome aboard Tweetsie Railroad’s blog! We have enjoyed reading your emails, comments and blog postings over the years about your visits to the Wild West theme park so we decided to create our own. We hope you will visit often, and over the next few months read about what’s happening at Tweetsie as we gear up for our 2010 season. We’ll give you an inside look into what the animals are up to this winter, what’s happening in the train shop to maintain historic steam locomotives as well as our 200-acre park, and all the preparations for the 53rd season.
“When I was a little girl I loved going to Tweetsie Railroad and now I'm a mom and I will love to bring my kids there and they can enjoy Tweetsie as much as I do and they love trains a lot.”
-Guest from Salem, VA