Kids Club


Get On Board

Hey Kids! Come take a ride on the Heartland Flyer! If you are 12 or younger, you can join the Heartland Flyer's Kids' Club. When you send in your annual dues of ten dollars per year, you will receive:

  • A Heartland Flyer t-shirt and
  • A complimentary round trip ticket on the Heartland Flyer


Simple

Ask your parents to help you print the form and fill it out. Then mail it to the address on the form, along with your $10.00 membership fee. You will soon receive your Heartland Flyer t-shirt, as well as your certificate good for a complimentary round trip on the Heartland Flyer.


Contact Us

Important Notice

Kids Club members will be issued a certificate good for a complimentary trip on the Heartland Flyer. The certificate contains a special phone number to call for reservations. It expires in 6 months but can be used at any time during that period if reservations are available. Children must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.



Train Sounds
 
Kids Club

Alec Williams, shown receiving a Lionel model train set in recognition of his being the 100th child to enroll in the Kids Club. Also shown, Amtrak conductor Robert Villareal and John Dougherty with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.



Sing-a-Long

Fun and Games


Links

Want to learn more about trains, railroads, and safety? Try these links…

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/streamliners/
Learn about these trains and how they helped shape train travel in the 1930's. From PBS.

http://www.azol.org/activity.htm
Dedicated to preventing injuries at highway-rail grade crossings and along railroad right of ways. Puzzles, games, and activities to teach kids about train safety and warning signals.

http://www.sddot.com/fpa/railroad/lifesave_kids.asp
Train safety quiz for kids teaching about being safe around trains and railroad tracks.

http://www.oli.org/for_kids/kids_overview.htm
Teaches safety information for preventing accidents around trains, railway operations, and railroad tracks. Features the Look, Listen, and Live activity book and pages.

http://www.transitpeople.org/lesson/train.htm
Single-page train history and self-scoring quiz.