It’s fun to visit, sight-see and explore all of the attractions and destinations that America’s Finest City has to offer on the San Diego Trolley. Traveling more than 3,200 square miles and providing service to nearly 3 million residents, San Diego’s “moving landmark” is a safe, reliable and convenient way to get around, and it’s just minutes from San Diego RV Resort.
Take a trip on the San Diego Trolley to Old Town, the birthplace of California, and enjoy fine dining, unique shopping and some of the city’s most historic sites. Ride over to Petco Park, where you’ll experience spectacular stadium views and find some of the best sight lines in baseball. Stop by the SDCCU Stadium and catch the Holiday Bowl, or watch the San Diego State University Aztecs in action.
Servicing many popular destinations like Mission Valley, Fashion Valley, and Centre City, the Trolley lets you park-and-go at many of its Blue Line, Orange Line and Green Line stations, free of charge. You’ll find the Orange Line at Arnele Station near Vacationer RV Resort.
If you’re traveling one-way, passes are available for $2.50; day passes can be purchased for $7.00 ($5.00 + $2.00 Compass Card Fee). For sports fans, the San Diego Trolley offers longer trains and more frequent trips on game days. The Green Line provides bi-directional service to Qualcomm Stadium, between Old Town and Santee. Park and ride locations are also available at the Green Line or simply transfer from the Orange Line at Grossmont Center or the Blue Line at Old Town.
With a ton of famous sites, popular places and 53 routes and destinations, the San Diego Trolley cruises to where the fun is!
Visit the Metropolitan Transit System Website for more information on the San Diego Trolley System.
The San Diego Trolley connects with the Coaster Train at the Santa Fe Depot and Old Town Transit Center, which gives you easy access to North County San Diego and the coastal communities.
With its scenic historic buildings and beautiful landscaping Balboa Park will take your breath away. Visit one of 15 museums, featuring art, history, science, and much more. Directions: from the 70th Street Station take the line going westbound and get off at Old Town Transit Center. Switch to the Blue Line and get off at City College take bus 7 which will drop you off in front of the park.