Get Ready to Explore! Select a station and discover all the destinations.. and fun waiting for you!

Buena Park

 
 

Knotts Berry Farm
What began in 1934 as a roadside berry stand exploded into one of the most famous theme parks in all of Southern California.

8039 Beach Boulevard
714-220-5200
From Metrolink Station, take OCTA Bus Route 29 South 

 

Knott's Soak City
A 13-acre water park featuring 21 water rides and attractions.

8039 Beach Boulevard
714-220-5200
From Metrolink Station, take OCTA Bus Route 29 South 

 

Medieval Times
King Arthur's Castle is home to a 1,120-seat Ceremonial Arena with nightly jousts on hourseback and sword fights.

7662 Beach Boulevard
714-521-4740
From Metrolink Station, take OCTA Bus Route 29 South 

 

Pirate's Dinner Adventure
Pirate's Dinner Adventure is a dinner show attraction that puts you and your family right in the middle of all of the swashbuckling action.

7600 Beach Boulevard
714-690-1497
From Metrolink Station, take OCTA Bus Route 29 South 

Fullerton

 
 

Fullerton College Campus Theatre
This 450-seat venue is home to symphony performances, jazz concerts, musicals and dramatic plays year-round. The more intimate Bronwyn Dodson Theatre holds 120 and is used for plays and other types of performances.

321 E. Chapman Avenue
714-992-743
Within walking distance of train station 

 

California State University, Fullerton
Why not take Metrolink to class! CSUF is within easy reach from the Fullerton Metrolink Station.

From Metrolink Station, take OCTA Bus Route 26 North

 

CSUF Arboretum
An incredible arboretum is just one of the many cool spots on the CSUF campus.

From Metrolink Station, take OCTA Bus Route 26 North

 

Fullerton Museum Center
The Museum Center develops and presents the best in multi-disciplinary exhibitions and educational programs in the areas of art, history and science. The museum has three large galleries that feature changing exhibits focusing on contemporary topics.

301 N. Pomona Avenue
714-738-6545
Within walking distance of train station 

 

Plummer Auditorium
Plummer Auditorium is home to the esteemed Fullerton Civic Light Opera Company, offering four Broadway musicals a year. It also hosts a variety of community and student productions.

201 E. Chapman Avenue
714-626-3898
Within walking distance of train station 

 

Steamer's Jazz Club and Café
A top Southern California venue for enjoying the best of jazz.

138 W. Commonwealth Avenue
714 871-8800
www.steamerscafe.com
Within easy walking distance from the station. 

 

The Rinks Anaheim Ice
For all the fun you can have under one roof, skate into Anaheim ICE! This state-of-the-art, world- class ice skating facility features both NHL and Olympic size rinks, second floor viewing area, snack bar, locker rooms and spectator seating for 1000 guests.

300 West Lincoln Avenue
714 535-7465
www.anaheimice.com
From Metrolink Station, take OCTA Bus Route 43 South 

 

SHOPPING: 

All locations are within walking distance of train station

Black Hole Records & CDs
108 N. Harbor Boulevard
714-449-1788

The Brick Basement Antique Mall
113 N. Harbor Boulevard
714-525-3692

Heirlooms of Tomorrow
101 S. Harbor Boulevard
714-525-1522

Lil' Treasures
122 N. Harbor Boulevard, #105
714-680-4116

Mo's Fullerton Music Center
121 N. Harbor Boulevard
714-871-1805

OTTO
111 E. Commonwealth Avenue
714-526-3142

Out of Vogue
109 E. Commonwealth Avenue
714-879-6647

Stray Cat Vintage & Costumes
108 N. Harbor Boulevard
714-738-5680

 

DINING: 

All locations are within walking distance of train station

Rockin' Taco
111N. Harbor Boulevard
714-252-8226

Knowlwood Restaurant
150 S. Harbor Boulevard
714-879-7552

The Old Spaghetti Factory
110 E. Santa Fe Avenue
714-526-6801

The Rail Restaurant
110 E. Commonwealth Avenue
714-870-5475

Spadra Ristorante
136 E. Commonwealth
714-447-0775

 

Biking Trails
Did you know you can bring your bike on a Metrolink train? Why not take the train to Fullerton and enjoy a ride around town or jump on some of the paved on-road bike paths! For detailed information on the county's bikeways visit octa.net/ocbikeways

Within riding distance of the train station

Anaheim

 
 

Anaheim Convention Center
The newly expanded Convention Center holds public events and trade shows year-round; check www.anaheimconventioncenter.com for a listing.

800 W. Katella Avenue
714-765-8950
From Metrolink Station, walk to Katella Street and take Bus Route 50 West 

 

Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Home to the Angels major league baseball team, Angel Stadium is also a venue for other events year-round, from concerts to outdoor swap meets and car shows.

2000 Gene Autry Way
714-940-2240
Metrolink station is located in Angel Stadium parking lot 

 

Disneyland® Park
Disneyland® Park's multiple themed lands have created fun and adventure for visitors for decades. Attractions include Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage, Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, and Walt Disney's Parade of Dreams. At night, an all-new fireworks spectacular, "Remember…Dreams Come True," lights up the sky.

1313 S. Harbor Boulevard
714-781-4000
From Metrolink Station, walk to Katella Street and take Bus Route 50 West 

 

Disney's California Adventure™ Park
The newest Disney theme park in California has the entire "Golden State" as its theme. Attractions range from Pixar Play Parade, California Screamin, Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular – and the Twilight Zone Tower of TerrorTM, a thrilling free-fall from reality!

1313 S. Harbor Boulevard
714-781-7290
From Metrolink Station, walk to Katella Street and take Bus Route 50 West 

 

Downtown Disney® District
Between Disney's two theme parks, Downtown Disney® District offers free entertainment for its numerous visitors. There’s the sports-oriented ESPN Zone® dining and entertainment complex; New Orleans-style food and music at Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen; and the House of Blues®, a 1,000-capacity nightclub with the latest music acts. There's also an AMC® Downtown Disney® District 12-screen movie theater, a LEGO Imagination Center®; and much more.

1530 S. Disneyland Drive
From Metrolink Station, walk to Katella Street and take Bus Route 50 West 

 

House of Blues
The House of Blues, located in Downtown Disney, continues the trend of blending live music with food, retail and art into an exciting, interactive entertainment adventure; check out www.hob.com for a listing.

1530 S. Disneyland Drive (in Downtown Disney)
714-778-2583
From Metrolink Station, walk to Katella Street and take Bus Route 50 West 

 

Honda Center
This multi-use facility is both an arena for professional sports and a concert venue. Home of the Stanley Cup Champion Anaheim Ducks, the Honda Center also hosts occasional games of the NBA Los Angeles Clippers, professional and Olympic figure skating, professional boxing and tennis, and even bull-riding events; check out their website at www.hondacenter.com

2695 E. Katella Avenue
714-704-2500
From Metrolink Station, walk to Katella Street and take Bus Route 50 East 

 

The Grove of Anaheim
Opened in 1999, The Grove has a huge video screen on each side of the stage, giving every seat in the house a great view. The Grove has featured such talent as Kansas, Peter Frampton, Kenny Rogers, Lionel Richie, Spinal Tap, the Beach Boys, Sergio Mendes, Lucinda Williams, and the Charlie Daniels Band. Find out what’s on schedule at www.thegroveofanaheim.com.

2200 E. Katella Avenue
714-712-2700
Within walking distance of train station 

 

DINING: 

All locations are within walking distance of train station

Fresca’s Mexican Grill
This colorful restaurant provides freshly made Sonoran-style Mexican cuisine, served in an upbeat, yet casual setting, with your choice of patio dining or inside dining available.
2085 E. Katella Avenue
714-935-0666

Presto Café
2400 E Katella Avenue
714-634-8201

Mr. Stox
Mr. Stox features a full bar lounge with a cozy fireplace. The dining rooms offer comfort and privacy with spacious booths in an elegant setting A pianist performs nightly in the dining area while the friendly, experienced staff anticipates your every need.
1105 E Katella Avenue
714-634-2994

JT Schmid's Restaurant & Brewery
Stop by and watch your favorite teams play on widescreens throughout the dining areas. Or listen to live rock and roll on our big outdoor patio every Friday and Saturday night. Conveniently located within walking distance to Anaheim Stadium and the Honda Center.
2610 E Katella Avenue
714-634-9200

Orange

 
 

Ainsworth House
Built in 1910, Ainsworth House is now used to host high teas on the weekends. The charming home is one of some 1,300 structures in the Old Towne Plaza District that’s historically relevant to the city’s past.

414 E. Chapman Avenue
714-532-2161
Within walking distance of train station 

 

Chapman University Theater and Dance Department
Comedies, dramas and musicals are presented year-round at two of the college’s venues, the 60-seat Studio Theatre and the 250-seat Waltmar Theatre.

333 N. Glassell Street
714-997-6812
Within walking distance of train station 

 

Memorial Hall
This 937-seat auditorium on the campus of Chapman University is used year-round to provide cultural offerings to the community, including musical performances from opera and classical to jazz and rock. Lectures by noted personalities are also frequently held at Memorial Hall.

333 N. Glassell Street
714-997-6812
Within walking distance of train station 

 

Chapman University
Why not take Metrolink to class! Chapman University is within easy reach from the Orange Metrolink Station.

Within walking distance of train station 

 

Old Towne Plaza Historic District
The one-square-mile area surrounding the original Public Plaza at the intersection of Chapman and Glassell was signed onto the National Historic Register in 1997. Historic structures include St. John’s Lutheran Church, and Watson’s Food and Drug, a restaurant/drugstore that opened in 1900. Clustered near the famed traffic circle are more than 45 antique stores with furniture and collectibles.

Intersection of Chapman Avenue and Glassell Street
714-780-8701
Within walking distance of train station 

 

Salmon Recital Hall
This 200-seat recital hall venue, on the Chapman University campus, is the site of many outstanding classical concerts during the academic year (September through June).

333 N. Glassell Street
714-997-6812
Within walking distance of train station 

 

Vans Skate Park
This combination retail store/skate park gives skateboarding enthusiasts a place to not only buy clothing and equipment, but also scale vertical ramps and grind handrails. For Vans’ Generation Y target customers — 12- to 24-years-olds, mostly male — the park is a safe environment that simulates ideal street conditions. The skate park also features huge video monitors that show the latest in extreme sports competitions and promotes the retailer’s footwear, apparel and equipment lines.

20 The City Dr. (at The Block of Orange)
714-769-3800
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 54 West 

 

Orange Public Library & History Center
Outstanding resource center with plenty of reading programs for children.

407 E. Chapman Avenue
714 288-2400
Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
Walking distance from Metrolink station. Or a short ride on OCTA Bus Route 54. 

 

The Block at Orange
This vibrant retail and entertainment center pulses with the feeling of Southern California culture. The center has 14 anchor stores and major name businesses, plus 100 specialty shops and an AMC movie theater with 30 screens. You’ll find a Dave & Busters, a huge Gameworks arcade, a Virgin Megastore, Borders Books & Music, the Alcatraz Brewing Company microbrewery, and numerous restaurants — too many to name.

20 City Drive
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 54 West 

 

ANTIQUING:
This historic downtown area and surrounding neighborhood is home to an outstanding collection of antique stores and dealers.

All locations are within walking distance of train station

Antique Depot
155 S. Glassell Street
714-516-1731

Antique Station
178 S. Glassell Street
714-633-3934

Country Roads Antiques & Gardens
204 W. Chapman
714-532-3041

George II
114 N. Glassell Street
714-744-1870

Grand Avenue Antiques
140 N. Glassell Street
714-538-3540

Lucky Find Antiques
160 N. Glassell Street
714-771-6364

Ruby’s Antique Jewelry
84 Plaza Square
714-538-1762

Someplace in Time
119 S. Glassell Street
714-538-9411

Uncle Tom’s Antiques & Folkart
117 N. Glassell Street
714-538-3826

Watch & Wares Estate Jewelry
108 S. Glassell Street
714-633-2030

Way 2 Fast Toys & Collectibles
114 1/2 S. Glassell Street
714-639-9474

 

SHOPPING: 

All locations are within walking distance of train station

Black’s Furniture
335 W. Chapman Avenue
714-639-4023

Blessings
128 N. Glassell Street
714-532-5501

Charming Shoppe
140 S. Glassell Street
714-628-0488

The Enchanted Florist
107 S. Glassell Street
714-997-7673

Gallery on Glassell
115 N. Glassell Street
714-744-9844

Renee Jewelers
138 N. Glassell Street
714-538-1956

The Running Lab
155 N. Glassell Street
714-538-1355

Summerhill Ltd.
110 S. Glassell Street
714-771-7782

Tea Leaf Cottage
141 N. Glassell Street
714-771-7752

Two Sisters
138 S. Glassell Street
714-289-0205

 

DINING: 

Most locations are within walking distance of train station

Cask ‘N Cleaver Steakhouse
186 N. Atchison Street
714-532-2660

Mustard Café
190 S. Glassell Street
714-288-1404

Tokyo Cafe
161 N. Glassell Street
714-639-9536

Watson Drug
116 E. Chapman Avenue
714-532-6315

From Metrolink station, take OCTA Bus 56 West

Zito’s Pizza
156 N. Glassell Street
714-771-2222

Depot

 
 

Artists Village
This 9-block area south of the Civic Center is home to some of the finest national and international artists. The Artists Village includes studio space, galleries, residential space, theaters and cafes. Open houses are held monthly on the first Saturday of each month at 7 p.m., offering a chance to meet the artists, see their works and watch and listen to live musical performances.

Along Broadway between Second St. and Fourth St. in downtown Santa Ana
714-571-4229
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 205 North 

 

Bowers Museum of Cultural Art
Orange County’s largest museum features art of the Americas and the Pacific Rim, with permanent exhibits including Pre-Columbian, Native American and Oceanic art, art from Africa and Asia, paintings by California artists and historic artifacts of the Old West.

2002 N. Main Street
714-567-3600
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 205 North 

 

Discovery Science Center
The state-of-the-art Discovery Science Center offers more than 100 hands-on exhibits and live science shows designed to spark children’s’ interest in science, technology and mathematics, and to assist educators in teaching these subjects. The 59,000 square-foot interactive learning facility features a special “quake zone” to teach kids about earthquakes, and special “stations,” including an exploration station and a kid station. It houses a 3D Laser Theatre and has a computer room and a science store.

2500 N. Main Street
714-542-2823
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 205 North 

 

Dr. Howe-Waffle House
The first woman doctor in all of Orange County, Dr. Willela Howe-Waffle, made this beautiful, Queen Anne-style house her home. The structure has been retained and converted by the Santa Ana Historical Preservation Society into a medical museum.

120 Civic Center Drive
714-547-9645
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 205 North 

 

Kidseum
The museum, adjacent to the Bowers Museum, is designed especially for children, featuring hands-on exhibits so kids can explore to their heart’s content — learning all the while. Art labs, interactive displays, storytelling, and a variety of masks, costumes and artifacts are designed to help young visitors explore their own creativity, communication skills and understanding of the world around them.

1802 N. Main Street
714-480-1520
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 205 North 

 

Old Orange County Courthouse & Museum
This three-story building, constructed with distinctive red sandstone, was the city’s tallest structure when constructed in 1900. A historic landmark, its unique appearance has been used in the filming of many TV shows and movies. The building’s second story houses the museum and the original courtroom, judge’s chambers, jury room and press office.

211 W. Santa Ana Boulevard
714-834-5400
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 205 North 

 

St. Joseph Ballet
Launched in 1983, this ballet company recently opened a new, $3.8 million ballet center in the city’s museum district, adjacent to the Bowers, Kidseum and Discovery Science Center museums. The group’s aim is to help young people develop their dance skills through both training and performance.

1810 N. Main Street
714-541-8314
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 205 North 

 

Santa Ana Zoo
In Prentice Park, the Santa Ana Zoo is home to hundreds of animals, both wild and domestic, including an elephant, mountain lion, exotic birds and monkeys. The zoo houses more than 250 species, with an African aviary and a special primate exhibit. For kids, the zoo has a petting area with dozens of barnyard animals, exhibits of snakes in cages and the Zoofari Express, a miniature train that was transported to the zoo’s grounds and restored as a special ride.

1801 East Chestnut Avenue (in Prentice Park)
714-835-7484
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 59 South; at First Street/Grand Street transfer to Route 64 East 

 

Fiesta Marketplace
A slice of Mexico right in the heart of Orange County, the Fiesta Marketplace is home to dozens of merchants who sell authentic Mexican merchandise. You’ll find shops and services, and sidewalk vendors of every type, and you’ll hear Mexican music floating out from the many stores, their racks jammed with bargains.

Fourth Street (between French Street and Bush Street)
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 205 North 

 

Westfield MainPlace Mall
MainPlace, an enclosed tri-level one-million-square-foot garden galleria shopping center, includes nearly 200 specialty stores, 15 fast food shops, five restaurants and a six-screen movie theater complex. Anchor stores are Nordstrom and Macy’s, and the only existing signature Walt Disney Gallery.

2800 N. Main Street
714-547-7800
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 205 North 

 

South Coast Plaza
South Coast Plaza is Orange County’s most sought-after and largest shopping center with over 200 premiere specialty stores, 35 dining choices; Anchor stores are Nordstrom and Macy’s plus Saks Fifth Avenue; Bloomingdale’s is coming soon.

From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 59 South and transfer at Grand/St. Gertrude to Bus Route 55 South 

 

South Coast Plaza Village
Directly across from South Coast Plaza, between Bristol and Bear Streets, is this quaint collection of stores, restaurants and galleries.

1631 Sunflower Avenue (Sunflower and Plaza Drive, between Bristol Street and Bear Street.) Santa Ana
From Metrolink Station, take Bus Route 59 South and transfer at Grand/St. Gertrude to Bus Route 55 South 

Tustin

 
 

The District at Tustin Legacy
The District at Tustin Legacy delivers the ultimate shopping experience in a unique outdoor setting on the northwest corner of Jamboree Road and Barranca Parkway and represents the retail portion of the master planned Tustin Legacy. The District at Tustin Legacy features outdoor fireplaces, popjet fountains, giant video walls a performance stage, shaded walkways, lush landscaping throughout the extensive pedestrian walkways and bike paths that will connect The district at Tustin Legacy with the surrounding community.

Corner of Jamboree Road and Barranca Parkway
949-331-8191
There is no connecting OCTA bus service to The District. City of Irvine iShuttle Route B operates between Metrolink Station and The District (Monday – Friday).*  

 

Diamond Jamboree Center
A great collection of Chinese, Japanese and Korean restaurants all gathered at the corner of Alton and Jamboree.

Corner of Jamboree Road and Alton Parkway
There is no connecting OCTA bus service to Diamond Jamboree Center. City of Irvine iShuttle Route B operates between Metrolink Station and The District (Monday – Friday).*  

 

John Wayne Airport
 

There is no connecting OCTA bus service to John Wayne Airport. City of Irvine iShuttle Route A operates between Metrolink Station and John Wayne Airport (Monday – Friday).*  

iShuttle is not operated by OCTA, additional fares required.
*Service Monday – Friday only, no weekend service.

Irvine

 
 
 
 

Irvine Spectrum Center
Orange County’s answer to Hollywood’s popular Universal City Walk has restaurants, nightclubs, retail shops, and outdoor kiosks that vend all types of merchandise. One of the big draws is the 21-screen Edwards Cinema, which has a 3D IMAX theater, Sega GameWorks arcade, Improv Comedy Club and a NASCAR Silicon Motor Speedway. P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Wolfgang Puck Café, Champps Americana, Crazy Horse Steak House & Saloon, and Dave & Busters are just some of the many restaurants.

71 Fortune Drive (intersection of the I-5 and I-405)
949-789-9180)
Shuttle bus service is available between the train station & Irvine Spectrum Center Route 86 West, Route 188 West* 

 

Biking Trails
Did you know you can bring your bike on a Metrolink train? Why not take the train to Irvine and enjoy a ride around town or jump on some of the paved on-road bike paths! For detailed information on the county’s bikeways visit octa.net/ocbikeways

Within riding distance of the train station 

*Service Monday – Friday only, no weekend service.

Laguna

 
 

Kaleidoscope
This open-air entertainment and lifestyle center in south Mission Viejo has a Burke Williams Day Spa, Crunch Fitness Center, Bristol Farms, Zany Brainy, and loads of restaurants — El Torito Grill, Chin Chin, and many more. There’s an art gallery, a 10-screen Edwards Cinema, and much to see and do.

27741 Crown Valley Parkway
949-582-1948
From the train station walk to Crown Valley Parkway and take Bus Route 85 North**, Bus Route 91 South, or Bus Route 82 West*. 

 

The Shops at Mission Viejo
Not just a mall, The Shops is designed to give visitors a sense of community, with couches and chairs grouped together in open areas to promote resting and socializing. Stores include Saks Fifth Avenue, Crate & Barrel, Banana Republic and many more — 140 in all.

555 The Shops at Mission Viejo 949-364-1771
From the train station walk to Crown Valley Parkway and take Bus Route 85 North**, Bus Route 91 South, or Bus Route 82 West*. 

 

Saddleback College
 

28000 Marguerite Parkway, Mission Viejo
949 582-4500
www.saddleback.edu
From the train station walk to Crown Valley Parkway and take Bus Route 85 North**, Bus Route 91 South, or Bus Route 82 West*. 

 

Biking Trails
Did you know you can bring your bike on a Metrolink train? Why not take the train to the Laguna Niguel / Mission Viejo station and enjoy a ride around town or jump on some of the paved on-road bike paths! For detailed information on the county’s bikeways visit octa.net/ocbikeways

Within riding distance of the train station 

*Service Monday – Friday only, no weekend service.
**Service Monday – Saturday only, no Sunday service.

San Juan

 
 

Los Rios Historic District
Located near Capistrano Depot, take a stroll through the District, which contains 31 adobe homes, the earliest built in 1794. Look for Harmony Hall — it is an 1883 terra cotta brick building with a pillared veranda.

Los Rios Street and Verdugo Street Crossing
949-493-4700
Within walking distance of the station 

 

Mission San Juan Capistrano
No visit to San Juan Capistrano is complete without visiting the Mission San Juan Capistrano, the best-preserved structure of its kind in the U.S. Occupying a 10-acre site filled with fountains, gardens and walkways, the Mission is the seventh of the 21 Spanish Missions established in California by Franciscan Padres. Known as “the jewel of the missions,” make sure you see the exhibits about early mission life. A Swallows Day Festival is held at the Mission every March when the swallows return each spring.

Ortega Highway at Camino Capistrano
949-234-1300
Within walking distance of the station 

 

ANTIQUING:
There are a number of outstanding antique shops and dealers within easy walking distance from the train station on Camino Capistrano.

 

SHOPPING:  

All locations are within walking distance of train station

California Jewelry
31681 Camino Capistrano, #101
949-496-5619

Earth Accents
31761 Camino Capistrano, #5
949-240-2470

Food for Thought
26850 Ortega Highway, #H
949-248-1817

The Gift Goddess
31761 Camino Capistrano, #7
949-496-3195

Initial Concept
31761 Camino Capistrano
949-493-8821

Villas & Verandas
31761 Camino Capistrano, #11
949-493-7200

Yuri’s Collection
31815 Camino Capistrano, #5
949-248-3720

Zia Jewelry
31761 Camino Capistrano
949-493-1322

 

DINING:  

All locations are within walking distance of train station

Ciao Pasta Trattoria
31661 Camino Capistrano, #201
949-496-5002

Ruby’s Diner
31781 Camino Capistrano
949-496-7829

Sarducci’s Capistrano Depot
26701 Verdugo
949-493-9593

 

Biking Trails
Did you know you can bring your bike on a Metrolink train? Why not take the train to San Juan Capistrano and go for a ride around this historic city or along one of the bike trails. For detailed information on the county’s bikeways visit octa.net/ocbikeways

Within walking distance of the train station 

San Clemente

 
 

Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens
Casa Romantica, historic home of San Clemente founder Ole Hanson, provides an anchor to the past. It houses a permanent exhibit of historic photographs and documents detailing the original development of Southern California. Musical, theatrical and literary programs are held on a regular basis in the main house and the magnificent courtyard is the perfect setting for children’s programming.

415 Avenida Granada
949-498-2139
From the Metrolink train station, take Bus Route 191 South 

 

Municipal Pier
The pier offers shops, a summer concession stand, a bait-and-tackle shop, restrooms, picnic facilities, and restaurants on the pier. The pier is also the site of many of the city’s annual events, including the Fourth of July fireworks show, the San Clemente Ocean Festival, and the San Clemente Seafest.

At the end of Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente State Beach, San Clemente
From the Metrolink train station, take Bus Route 191 South 

 

North Beach
Bring your beach towels, sun screen and hang out at the beach for the day. You won’t have trouble finding your way, you can see it from the station!

Near Avenida Pico and North El Camino Real, San Clemente.
Within walking distance of the train station 

 

Ole Hanson Beach Club
Features fresh-water swimming in the club’s community pool.

105 W. Avenida Pico
949-361-8264
Within walking distance of the train station 

 

San Clemente Historical Society Museum & Research Center
For more than 25 years, the Historical Society has preserved artifacts of San Clemente’s history, displayed in rotating exhibits in the museum.

101 S. El Camino Real (top of Avenida Del Mar)
949-492-9684
From the Metrolink train station, take Bus Route 191 South 

 

Walking Trails
There are a number of cool walking trails that you can use just moments away from the Metrolink station.

Within walking distance of the train station  

 

Biking Trails
Did you know you can bring your bike on a Metrolink train? Why not take the train to San Clemente and enjoy a ride near the beach! For detailed information on the county’s bikeways visit octa.net/ocbikeways

Within walking/riding distance of the train station 

Laguna

 
 

Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens
Casa Romantica, historic home of San Clemente founder Ole Hanson, provides an anchor to the past. It houses a permanent exhibit of historic photographs and documents detailing the original development of Southern California. Musical, theatrical and literary programs are held on a regular basis in the main house and the magnificent courtyard is the perfect setting for children’s programming.

415 Avenida Granada
949-498-2139
Within walking distance of the train station  

 

Municipal Pier
The pier offers shops, a summer concession stand, a bait-and-tackle shop, restrooms, picnic facilities, and restaurants on the pier. The pier is also the site of many of the city’s annual events, including the Fourth of July fireworks show, the San Clemente Ocean Festival, and the San Clemente Seafest.

At the end of Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente State Beach, San Clemente
Within walking distance of the train station 

 

Beach
You can’t get much closer to the beach from a Metrolink train than at the San Clemente Pier station. Just hop off the train and make your way down the white sand!

At the end of Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente State Beach, San Clemente
Within walking distance of the train station 

 

Restaurants
There are a number of restaurants on the pier and in the area surrounding the station.

At the end of Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente State Beach, San Clemente
Within walking distance of the train station 

 

Walking Trails
There are a number of cool walking trails that you can use just moments away from the Metrolink station.

At the end of Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente State Beach, San Clemente
Within walking distance of the train station 

 

Biking Trails
Did you know you can bring your bike on a Metrolink train? Why not take the train to San Clemente Pier one Summer’s weekend and enjoy a ride near the beach! At the end of Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente State Beach, San Clemente. For detailed information on the county’s bikeways visit octa.net/ocbikeways

Within walking distance of the train station