Victoria Railroad Park is 21-acre open space located in the central business district of an old railroad town in south-central Virginia. Victoria was the halfway point of a Virginian Railway passenger line that ran between Roanoke and the port town of Norfolk. The park is founded on a train maintenance yard and features a bright red caboose built in the 1950s that honors the town's rail heritage. A rail-trail runs through the park and offers access to the Tobacco Heritage Trail, a proposed long-distance trail network throughout southern Virginia. In the park, you'll also find picnic pavilions, restrooms, playground equipment, a volleyball court and horseshoe pits.
Parking and Trail Access
A parking lot is available in Victoria Railroad Park off Firehouse Road.