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Crossroads Village and Huckleberry Railroad Flint

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Crossroads Village and Huckleberry Railroad
5045 Stanley Road
Flint
MI
48506
Tel: 810-736-7100

Where are we going today?

Experience the �modern� way travelers moved across the county and the country in the early 1900s when you climb aboard the narrow gauge Huckleberry Railroad. The 40 minute ride takes you through scenic woods and meadows and alongside beautiful Mott Lake.
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    It's a great time for cheap prices. Love the history and stuff. Its great at Christmas too because of all the beautiful lights. Although the hours are diffrent than usual hours.

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    Not happy that the Reindeer will not be there this year. We come every year to see the Reindeer and will now have to find a new tradition. Very disappointed!

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    went to the Christmas opening drove 2 1/2 hours I paid to get in and they let the residents in free we could not do anything too many people I paid for nothing if they are going to have a free day for resident's it should be closed to everyone else the director is a idiot in every sense of the word free days should be free to every one this was a family tradition I will never come back there again

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    Came to Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad as a kid, and now we take our kids there. It is a great place with plenty to do, and it won't break the bank for a couple hours of fun!

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    Fun place to visit and get a feeling of history. Small enough to go through the whole thing in a day and be able to do justice to all exhibits.

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