As COVID restrictions ease and summer approaches, many of us are looking for some local places to visit. And without the usual flood of tourists (at least for now), we have world-class destinations all to ourselves! Between wine tastings, hiking, museums, and more, the Capitol Corridor can help safely connect you and your family to some summer fun throughout Northern California. More Summer Fun Along the Capitol Corridor
Escape to the great outdoors on the Capitol Corridor train! In celebration of Earth Day, we’re highlighting some of the urban trails along our route. Here are our top picks for destination trails that can be accessed from Capitol Corridor stations.
Hitting one out of the park in the bottom of the ninth? Awesome. Driving out of a crowded parking lot after the game? Not so great. Luckily, the Capitol Corridor can help make your trip to this season’s Oakland A’s home baseball games fun, convenient, and safe. More Take Me Out to the Ballgame! Capitol Corridor Service to Oakland A’s Baseball
Many of our favorite late-summer events in Northern California were postponed or canceled due to the COVID pandemic. Fortunately, technology is on our side, and a variety of fun activities are still being held online for everyone to enjoy safely. Though a train trip won’t be required to reach these virtual destinations, we encourage you to support these organizations and partners along our route by checking out their online events.
April is National Volunteer Month, yet with California under lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, many organizations are no longer able to rely on the kindness, energy, and skills of their volunteers. In this especially challenging time, organizations need more help than ever to maintain the vital work they do in their communities. We’ve put together a list of non-profits along the Capitol Corridor route – from Auburn to San Jose – that you can support during the Coronavirus. More Supporting Non-Profits During the Coronavirus