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
This post was originally published on April 2, 2017 and was updated February 27, 2020.
Whether you’re a fan who keeps track of every stat, or you just enjoy singing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” with a bag of peanuts and Cracker Jacks, you’ve got plenty of options for baseball fun in Northern California. No matter which team you’re rooting for — the A’s in Oakland, the Giants in San Francisco, or the River Cats in Sacramento — the Capitol Corridor makes your trip to these baseball parks relaxing and fun. With spacious seating and tables for four, a Café Car serving food and beverages, and free Wi-Fi, you’ll be able to start the tailgate early or check the starting lineup on board. More Play Ball! Capitol Corridor’s Guide to Northern California Baseball Parks
UPDATED January 14, 2020
Fans can avoid traffic, parking hassles and get an early start on tailgating while riding the train
Congratulations to the San Francisco 49ers, who will play the Green Bay Packers in the upcoming NFC Conference Championship game on Sunday, January 19, 2020. To help fans get to the game, the Capitol Corridor has scheduled a special “game-day train” to Levi’s® Stadium. More Capitol Corridor Schedules Game-Day Train to NFC Conference Championship at Levi’s Stadium
Cal fans can ditch their cars and take the train to see the Bears play in the Redbox Bowl on Monday, December 30 at Levi’s Stadium. More Special Train Service to Redbox Bowl at Levi’s® Stadium