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Victoria Railroad Park is a 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 former train maintenance yard and features a bright red caboose built in the 1950s that honors the town's rail heritage.
A short rail-trail runs through the park and offers access to the much longer Tobacco Heritage Trail, which courses throughout southern Virginia. In the park, you'll also find picnic pavilions, restrooms, playground equipment, a volleyball court and horseshoe pits.
A parking lot is available in Victoria Railroad Park off Firehouse Road.
Very happy that they offer the trails for multi use, we are newer to this area and havnt been able to find horse trails so this was exciting to find. My son and I enjoyed the trails on our horses today. The one side was well groomed while the other direction wasn't as well groomed for the height of horses , But just an observation , no complaints here, it was very quiet and we really enjoyed it and will be back plenty more times with the horses . When you go through the park there are kids on the play ground and it's fun going beside town on the trail , a little exposure for the horses , with out being overwhelming though. Thanks for allowing us to enjoy the trails with you all.
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