Top 10 Reasons to Hop Off the Train at each of our 5 Stops

We only offer the “Hop Off” option on our 10:00AM and noon trains. Our 2:00PM train is the last running train of the day. There will not be a train to pick you up from the stops, if you “Hop Off” of the 2:00PM train. Please see our schedule for further clarification on departure times from each stop.

Northfields Drive (Coming Soon)

Top 10 Reasons to Visit this Stop:

  1. Direct access to the LRT train service coming soon.
  2. Grab a quick bite to eat at the plaza before hopping back on the train.
  3. Roughly a 15 minute walk from Conestoga Mall.
  4. This stop is right next to the expressway (Highway 85).
  5. Get off the train and take a stroll, breath in some fresh air.
  6. Do some of your everyday shopping with grocery stores, Shopper’s Drug Mart, and the LCBO within 15 minutes walking distance. Take your shopping items home with you on the train ride back.
  7. Check out the selections at the Mazda and Nissan dealerships across the road.
  8. Visit the nearby Bo-De Factory Outlet for baking supplies, groceries, books, giftware, hardware, linens, toys, electronics, jewellery and many other items.
  9. Boston Pizza and Ye’s Sushi are also just a 15 minute walk away.
  10. Venture down the road and pick up a Canadian classic Tim Hortons coffee and a doughnut.
St. Jacob's Farmer's Market

Top 10 Reasons to Visit this Stop:

  1.  Talk to a farmer! Your chance to buy direct from 450 local food, craft, and small business vendors.
  2. Smell the country air – this is an indoor/outdoor market!
  3.  Say hello to barnyard animals – feed the goats, bunnies and other small barnyard animals at the petting farm.
  4. Eat an apple fritter – or anything your heart desires!
  5. Visit the food truck aisle – it’s like a food truck festival every market day!
  6. Listen to musical buskers outdoors at market.
  7.  Visit the “log cabin” to find local quilts and craft supplies.
  8. Let the kids choose something to buy with their pocket money.
  9. Take a guided tour to a local Mennonite farm aboard a horse-drawn trolley.
  10. Visit a cattle auction – or chance upon a horse auction.
Max's Sports World (Coming Soon)

Top 10 Reasons to Visit this Stop:

  1. Bond with your family and friends over a game of mini golf, rain or shine, in or outdoors!
  2. Rent a club, buy a bucket of balls and hit the outdoor ranges or buy time in the bubble.
  3. Hop into the batting cages to test your skills against the high speed pitches of a major league pitcher!
  4. Spice up your soccer game with bubble soccer in the dome.
  5. Have your own mini archery war in the bubble with friends!
  6. Soar into the air with the EuroJumper Trampoline!
  7. Grab a slush puppy or whatever refreshment you wish from the concession stand to cool off or to just enjoy.
  8. Take a private golf lesson with one of Max’s qualified professionals.
  9. Experience the increasingly popular axe throwing!
  10. Use Max’s state of the art golf simulator.
Village of St. Jacob's

Top 10 Reasons to Visit this Stop:

  1. Stone Crock Bakery – Visit the Stone Crock Bakery for “made from scratch” pies, breads, and treats.
  2. Enjoy hand-dipped Ice Cream at Farm Pantry or Eco Cafe.
  3. Stroll down the Trans Canada trail alongside the Conestoga River.
  4. Sample craft beer made on site at the village’s own Block 3 Brewery.
  5. Learn about Old Order Mennonites at the Mennonite Story – find out why they still travel by horse & buggy.
  6. Peruse small exhibits in the Mill (basement level)– and learn some interesting facts about the village’s history.
  7. Watch a handmade broom being made at Hamel Broom shop, located in the village’s former Blacksmith shop.
  8. Freshen your wardrobe – shop in the village’s trendy clothing and gift boutiques.
  9. Enjoy a meal at The Stone Crock – traditional recipes and an early Ontario atmosphere.
  10. See North America’s finest 0-scale model railway – St. Jacobs & Aberfoyle Model Railway (open weekends and select dates).
Elmira

Top 10 Reasons to Visit this Stop:

  1. Enjoy a guided bus tour exploring how the Mennonites of Elmira’s live.
  2. Take home some hand jarred mennonite food items for the family.
  3. Take the whole family to the Crossroads Family Restaurant and try their delicious buffet.
  4. Enjoy the irresistible aroma of freshly baked donuts, muffins and many other pastries spew out of Elmira Donuts & Deli.
  5. Bring home a cozy piece of Elmira – get a one of a kind quilt from Quilter’s Nine Patch Quilt shop.
  6. Nibble on various specialty cheeses or indulge in a slab of fudge at Kitchen Kuttings specialty comfort foods.
  7. Take a peaceful stroll through Bristow or Gibson park, both just minutes from the station.
  8. Strap on your bowling shoes and play a quick game at Elmira Bowl.
  9. Visit the quaint Frey’s Flowers and pick up a flower for a special woman in your life.
  10. Visit Tien Lee Restaurant, the only accessible Chinese food restaurant on the rail line.