Ephrata, WA (EPH)
Considered a gateway to the Columbia River Basin, Ephrata grew with the arrival of the Great Northern Railroad in 1892. Platted in 1901, it became the Grant County seat eight years later.
90 Alder Street NW
Ephrata, WA 98823
Annual Station Ridership (2016): 3,509
- Facility Ownership: City of Ephrata
- Parking Lot Ownership: City of Ephrata
- Platform Ownership: BNSF Railway
- Track Ownership: BNSF Railway
For information about Amtrak fares and schedules, please call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).
The Ephrata station consists of a platform with shelter, although Amtrak passengers may wait in the adjacent Chamber of Commerce structure when it is open. The station is also served by the local bus system.
Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at Ephrata, which is served by two daily trains.
Platform with Shelter
- 5 Short Term Parking Spaces
Number of spaces available for Amtrak passengers to park for the day only, not overnight. Parking fees may apply.
- Accessible Payphones
- Accessible Platform
Accessible platform is a barrier-free path from the drop-off area outside the station to the station platform.
- Accessible Restrooms
- Accessible Ticket Office
- Accessible Waiting Room
- Accessible Water Fountain
- Baggage Storage
Baggage storage is an area where passengers may store their bags, equivalent to "left luggage" in Europe. A storage fee may apply.
- Bike Boxes
- Checked Baggage
- Dedicated Parking
- Enclosed Waiting Area
- Help With Luggage
- High Platform
A high platform is a platform at the level of the vestibule of the train, with the exception of Superliners.
Self-service lockers are available in select stations for passenger baggage storage.
- Long-term Parking Spaces
Number of spaces available for Amtrak passengers to park overnight. Parking fees may apply.
- Parking Attendant
- Pay Phones
- Shipping Boxes
- Ski Bags
- Wheelchair Lift
Wheelchair lift is a platform-mounted lift for loading passengers from low platforms onto trains that do not have onboard ramps.
For passengers who cannot walk far or at all, we offer a wheelchair to move the passengers around within the station. At some stations this may be a battery-powered people mover. The wheelchair or other types of movers must not leave the station or be moved onto the train.