(623) 551-5880

All Aboard For Fun!

The Daisy Mountain Railroad in Anthem, Arizona is an exciting adventure for the whole family – kids and adults alike!

Get Your Family Fun On Track!

The Daisy Mountain Railroad is a 24 inch gauge railroad located in the community park at Anthem, Arizona, a planned community about 25 miles north of Phoenix.

The beautiful landscaping is a highlight of this park railroad. Featured on the DMRR is a trestle across a small lake, a tunnel through a faux rock outcropping, lush green landscaping, several sparkling water falls and an eye-catching playground for young children.

Adventure Awaits!

About Us

The 2800 feet of track is a modified dogbone design with a loop on each end. It carefully winds it way past a tiered seating area cut into a sloping hill, past skateboard ramps, softball and soccer fields, through the tunnel, along the catch and release lakes, by the depot and circles the children’s playground before slowing to a stop at the loading platform.

There is a challenging grade as the locomotive climbs the slope from the tunnel toward the loading platform. The tunnel is nicely done and serves as a secure storage facility for the railroad equipment when it isn’t operating. The loading platform is spacious, well-designed and attractive. Crossing signals flash and ring to warn of the oncoming train which only adds to the railroad ambiance. Altogether the leisurely ride lasts about 10 minutes.

HO HO WHOA!

Candy Cane Express

Runs during our Winter and Holiday hours

Come and enjoy festive lights and special treats

Share in the beauty and joy of the season!

Find Us

41703 N Gavilan Peak Parkway
Anthem, AZ 85086
Google Map

Off I-17, north of the Carefree Highway, take Anthem Exit east.

 

Contact Us

Daisy Mountain Railroad Ticket Booth: 623.551.5880.

Ramada reservations, please call the Anthem Community Center at 623.879.3011.

For additional information, contact
Enchanted Island Amusement Park (our parent company): 602.254.1200 ext 221 or email: info@enchantedisland.com

 

Pricing


Regular Ticket Pricing

Anthem Residents: $3.50 each ticket (I.D. required)
Non-Residents: $4.00 each ticket
Book of 14 Tickets: $35.00 (only $2.50 per ride!)
(children under 1 ride free with a paying adult)

Birthdays and Special Events Pricing
One Ride Tickets: $2.50 per person
Unlimited Ride Bands: $5.50 per person
(Must make reservation in advance to guarantee special pricing & minimum of 20 people. Call Depot at 623-551-5880 or Office 602.254.1200  ext. 221)

 

Hours

Wed- Fri 10am – 3pm, Black Friday hours 10am – 6pm

Perfect for after school fun!

Sat & Sun 10am – 6pm

Weekends are the perfect time for hours of adventure!

Hours & Days of Operation Subject to Change Without Notice.

Questions about hours or availability? Call us.

What Customers Say

 

“Recently our granddaughter from Ireland was on vacation in the USA. Melissa Dinatalie at the Anthem Daisy Mountain Railroad delighted her and our entire family during the holidays and several weeks since then.

My family and I were watching movies of Tara and family members riding the train and playing in the park. What wonderful memories. We road the train, we laughed and we shared much joy. Melissa is to be highly commended for the experiences she provides for families at the Daisy Mountain Railroad.

Tara and her family are returning toIreland. But the beauty of holiday decorations at and around the Daisy Mountain Railroad, fun loving employees and most importantly the kind and caring attitude of Melissa toward our family’s experience was in large part because of Melissa.

Several of our neighbors recommended the experience at the Daisy Mountain Railroad and Melissa delivered! We had no idea that she was the energy and creativity until we probed to learn who put in so much effort in the park. It was Melissa.

Please communicate our warmest regards to Melissa and her team. And thank you for the safety and joy our family experienced withTaraduring the holidays and days following the New Year.”

Sincerely,

Daryl and Linda Boothe

 See You Soon At Daisy Mountain Railroad