Transportation

Getting to Lancaster is easy. The City is just an hour north of Los Angeles, whether you arrived by plane at LAX or Burbank, caught a train into Union Station, or are driving from the LA Basin. Centrally located in Southern California, Lancaster is easily accessed by Interstate 5 & 15, making access simple and not congested for even cross-country travelers.

 

Resources:

  • Antelope Valley Airport Express, provides shuttles from LAX to Lancaster, and charter buses to and from various locations (group tours and adventures available). Reservations recommended. 
  • Greyhound travels from Los Angeles to Palmdale, CA, which is about 15 minutes north of Lancaster.
  • Metrolink rail service runs from L.A. Union Station (800 N. Alameda St. Los Angeles, CA 90012, near 101 Hollywood Fwy.) to Lancaster (44812 N. Sierra Hwy.Lancaster, CA 93534, near Lancaster Blvd.).

 

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For specific directions from your location, feel free to utilize Google Maps to map your route to Lancaster.

 

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