Five Places to Get Out on the Water Along the Capitol Corridor Route

May 22, 2019

No car? No kayak or paddleboard? No problem! You can easily rent gear and get out on the water at several locations along our route, listed here from south to north. In addition to the areas walkable from our train stations, you can also take advantage of our dedicated bus connections (or use other convenient transit options) to reach Northern California’s top aquatic destinations.

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A Car-Free, Hassle-Free Trip to Lake Tahoe on the Capitol Corridor

August 5, 2017

Whether you’re planning a Lake Tahoe summer getaway to play in the water, cash in at the casinos, or simply enjoy the mountain air, driving there any time remotely close to peak commute hours, especially on a Friday, can be enough to make you reconsider your plans. What many Tahoe enthusiasts don’t realize is that it’s entirely possible to reach the Lake Tahoe area comfortably and hassle free on the Capitol Corridor. On Capitol Corridor trains, there’s room to stretch out, free wi-fi, and a Café Car serving light meals, snacks, wine, beer, spirits, and other beverages. The best part is you won’t waste hours slogging through traffic in a cramped car. More A Car-Free, Hassle-Free Trip to Lake Tahoe on the Capitol Corridor

No Car Required: Four Adventurous Weekend Escapes in Northern California along the Capitol Corridor

February 1, 2017

Long known as a convenient alternative to Northern California’s traffic-clogged roads, the 170 mile Capitol Corridor train route between Auburn/Sacramento and San Jose is also a great way for adventure junkies or those seeking a relaxing weekend getaway to hit the hills or the coast. More No Car Required: Four Adventurous Weekend Escapes in Northern California along the Capitol Corridor