OCTOBER 25-27, 2013 • PALM SPRINGS
WAYS TO TRAVEL TO PALM SPRINGS
Palm Springs is accessible by car,
plane and rail.
By Car (approximate driving
San Francisco: 486 miles
Sacramento: 490 miles
Monterey: 425 miles
San Luis Obispo: 307 miles
Fresno: 324 miles
Bakersfield: 217 miles
San Diego: 140 miles
Oceanside: 112 miles
Los Angeles: 107 miles
Riverside: 57 miles
Anaheim: 91 miles
Ontario: 74 miles
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Palm Springs is serviced by the Palm Springs International
Airport (PSP). The airport is approximately 2 miles
from the Convention Center.
here for a complete listing of cities and airlines
with service to Palm Springs.
here for information on transportation options
to and from the Palm Springs airport. Be sure to
check with your hotel to see if they offer shuttle
The Ontario Airport (ONT) is the next closest airport
to Palm Springs (approx. 70 miles). For information
on shuttle services from the Ontario Airport, please
Amtrak offers limited train service to Palm Springs.
Amtrak to Palm Springs has two stops, one for the Sunset
Limited up by I-10; the second ("Amtrak's Bakersfield
to Indio (Jackson St. and Southern Pacific Tracks Daily
service with stops in Palm Springs, N. Indian Canyon
and Amado and Palm Desert Town Center, Monterey and
San Gorgonio) 1-800-USA-RAIL (872-7245) actually is
motor coach service to/from Amtrak's San Joaquin route
in Bakersfield, and stops at Palm Springs International
Airport. Recent revisions to the Sunset's schedule make
one day trips to Los Angeles possible. The daily service
to/from Bakersfield allows for trips to northern and
Central California without having to drive through Los
1-800-USA-RAIL (872-7245) or Amtrak.com