Let Us Take You Out to the Ball Game

Traffic – Strike one. Crowded parking lots – Strike two. No time to relax – Strike three. Driving is OUT! Take the Amtrak Pacific Surfliner to Southern California’s baseball stadiums instead. Join us for an easy and comfortable ride with stunning scenery, onboard amenities and other perks on your way to and from the game.

Anaheim

The state-of-the-art transportation center in Anaheim is a short walk from the stadium, located at the far edge of the parking lot.

Late-night service makes the Pacific Surfliner a great option for any game time in Anaheim, including weekends!

Los Angeles

Upon arriving at beautiful Union Station, connect to the Dodger Stadium Express for free with your game ticket. Buses depart every 10 minutes.

The train is a great option for earlier games or an overnight trip in the big city.

San Diego

Downtown San Diego is the southernmost point on the Pacific Surfliner route. The stadium is a few trolley stops away or an easy 25-minute walk.

The ocean views on this segment of the route are amazing. The last northbound train leaves at 8:59 p.m., making this a good option for earlier games or an overnight trip.

What Can I Expect Onboard?

Onboard Power & Wi-Fi Food and Drinks Free Bike Reservations Scenic Views Business Class

Countless Destinations Await.

The train is more than just a way to get to the game. With daily service between San Diego and San Luis Obispo, the Amtrak Pacific Surfliner can whisk you away for a fun day trip or weekend getaway. The big city, a beautiful beach town, somewhere completely new – most of the popular destinations are in reach.

To travel even further, connect to one of Amtrak’s long-distance trains in Los Angeles. The Bay Area, Portland, Seattle, San Antonio, Chicago and hundreds of other cities are served by the train.

Explore The Options.

Find the station that is closest to you, browse available discounts and start planning a trip on PacificSurfliner.com.

6 comments

    1. Hi Barry, you can get there on the train. What area would you be traveling from? We have 24 daily trains between Los Angeles and San Diego, so the service is fairly frequent. Our schedules would work well for one of the afternoon concerts, but not the one that starts at 8 p.m. Ride the Pacific Surfliner to LA Union Station, and then board Metro Rapid Service Bus Route 704 to get to Dodger Stadium. The bus makes only a few stops along the way (it takes approximately 10 minutes) and it drops you off within a 5 minute walk to Stadium Way. Please let us know if you have any other questions!

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  1. Can I leave from Orange County or San Bernardino to San Diego to go to Sea World? I would stay the night there. From any of these July 2-July 9, 2017

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