Join us on Saturday, October 23rd at 11am and 4pm for the 2nd Annual Fall Wagon Ride through Deer Haven Park!
You have seen the park from the comfort or your vehicle and even taken the white deer Bus Tour, now take a morning or afternoon open-air wagon ride through the former Seneca Army Depot! We will guide you through the unique habitat of Deer Haven Park where you will experience its vastness and the beauty of its flora and fauna as we discuss the historic importance of this former military munition storage base.
We will stop along the way, giving you the opportunity to get off the wagon and go inside one of the 122 abandon munition storage igloos in the park, and walk through a real personnel bunker from the WWII era. You will see the railroad loading platforms that served as the primary means of getting supplies in and out of the Depot, as well as several of the abandoned military storage buildings and the entrance to the high security area known as the “Q”, where nuclear armament and specialized weapons were stored.
The Second Annual Deer Haven Park Fall Wagon tour will be fun for the whole family! And if you have already had a chance to take the popular Deer Haven Park App-Guided Auto Tour, you won't want to miss the opportunity to actually step outside the vehicle and experience the park first-hand, up close and personal.
Come, explore the historic Seneca Army Depot with us on this special, one-day event and Discover Deer Haven Park!
Fall Wagon Ride through Deer Haven Park
An open-air wagon ride through Deer Haven Park, stopping along the way to explore some key points of interest from the historical Seneca Army Depot and earlier.
October 23, 2021
- Rain or shine - Please dress for the weather
11am and 4pm
- Tour duration 2 hours
- Arrive at least 30 minutes early for registration and waiver
- Boarding begins 15 minutes before departure
$30 Adults (18-64)
$27 Seniors (65+)
$27 Active Military & Veterans (with ID)
$21 Students (13-17)
$8 Children (12 & under)
Deer Haven Park
Romulus, NY 14541
- Just 2 miles north of Sampson State Park
Face coverings will be required at all times while on the wagons