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Beach Day Getaway

Why not come play on the beach this weekend.

Make it a Daycation and just sink your toes in the sand and soak up the sun in San Clemente. You can even bring your surf boards on Metrolink! Train schedules give you plenty of time to hang out and work on your tan, and if you’re hungry there are several restaurants and markets within walking distance from your umbrella.

The North Beach Historic District

The San Clemente North Metrolink station is located in the North Beach Historic District of the City. It is part of a rich history that reflects the vision of the city founder Ole Hanson when developing his beachside community. You'll find many historic structures within walking distance of the station.

For a detailed history of the surrounding area visit this fact-filled North Beach Historic District website.

Getting to the beach

Yet if you're here for the beach, then you just need to safely cross the tracks just north of the station. You're literally a 5-minute walk from the station to the sand.

What's nearby

While the at San Clemente North station is a quiet and secluded spot to enjoy the beach there are some local spots to dine or bring a meal back to the beach. Here are some of the best:

The Riders Club Café
The Shwack Cantina
Dominos Pizza
SC Ranch Market

Local Shops

Catalyst Surf Shop
Flowers and Friends

The train station

The San Clemente North Beach station is one of two stops in San Clemente. This station is located steps away from the beach. When you hop off the train you are literally minutes from claiming your spot on the sand!

Bikes on Metrolink

Yes, you can bring your bikes on Metrolink. We even have a special car dedicated to bike storage. It is typically the third passenger car and is clearly marked. Please review Metrolink's bike guidelines.

Train schedules

We always suggest when planning your adventure to check the Metrolink train schedule to the San Clemente North Beach Station. Both the Orange Line and Inland Empire-Orange County Line serves this station.