San Clemente Free Trolley Saturday June 5 2021.
San Clemente Trolley connects to the Dana Point Trolley.
South OC Beaches has all the info for you to enjoy the San Clemente Trolley!
Weekends Friday May 14 2021 thru Sunday June 20 2021
Daily Service Friday June 25 2021 thru Sunday September 26 2021
Monday thru Friday 12:00pm-10:00pm
San Clemente Trolley Holiday Hours
Sunday 4th of July 2021 :11:00am–11:00pm
Labor Day Monday September 6 2021:10:00am–8:00pm
Free Family Friendly
Trolleys every 15 minutes
(Each Trolley has a wheelchair lift and two wheelchair areas)
Bike Racks Available
Public Health Precautions
Masks or face coverings will be required on the trolleys at all times.
Riders are encouraged to sit only with members of their household.
Downtown Red Line Trolley Featured Stops Include:
The San Clemente Pier
Avenida Del Mar & Ola Vista
The Outlets at San Clemente
The Metrolink train station at North Beach
Northbound Blue Line Trolley Featured Stops Include:
Blue Line Trolley Connects to Dana Point Trolley
Dana Point Summer Trolley
Dana Point Weekend Trolley Service Resumes on Friday May 28 2021
Dana Point Daily Trolley Service Resumes on June 25 2021
The Blue Line Transfer is at San Clemente Outlets and connects to the Dana Point Trolley at Camino De Estrella at Calle Verano.
Laguna Beach Trolley
Laguna Beach Coastal Trolley Daily Service Resumes Friday June 25 2021
Connection thru Dana Point Trolley at Salt Creek Beach.
San Juan Capistrano Trolley
San Juan Capistrano Weekend Trolley Service starts Friday June 4 2021 thru Labor Day Monday September 6 2021
San Juan Capistrano Trolley Connects to Dana Point Trolley at Del Obispo and Stonehill in Dana Point
Metrolink San Juan Capistrano
Metrolink is at 26701 Verdugo Street in San Juan Capistrano
Metrolink connects to San Juan Capistrano Trolley and San Juan Capistrano Trolly Connects to Dana Point Trolley at Del Obispo and Stonehill in Dana Point
San Juan Capistrano Trolley Service Is TBA
San Clemente Sustainability Solutions
The City must sustain its ridership counts to retain grant funding that helps pay for much of the Trolley costs.
San Clemente needs everyone’s help to keep the Trolley program running strong for years to come by hopping onboard during the weekdays and the weekends.