Directions To Six Flags Magic Mountain

The most convenient way to get to Six Flags Magic Mountain Theme Park is to drive there. The popular amusement park is situated right off Interstate 5 in the city of Valencia, California. Exit number 170 connects Interstate 5 to Magic Mountain Parkway, a short road that leads directly into Magic Mountain Theme Park. Interstate 5 runs for nearly 1,400 miles through the entire west coast of the United States including California, Oregon, and Washington State. This means that anyone from these regions who is willing to endure a long road trip can take a direct straight path route to Magic Mountain Theme Park.

Interstate 5 passes directly through Los Angeles, which is only about 35 miles south of Six Flags Magic Mountain Theme Park. Interstate 5 also leads straight into the San Francisco Bay Area, which is about 300 miles north of the theme park. Additionally, visitors from California's capital city of Sacramento can also take a direct drive on Interstate 5 and end up in Magic Mountain Theme Park. However, the road trip between Sacramento and Valencia can take up to six hours. Interstate 5 also leads to San Diego, which is about 150 miles south of the theme park.

Visitors from the Ventura area of California can take 126 Freeway directly to Valencia. The 45 mile drive along 126 Freeway is a scenic journey through the Santa Clarita Valley, which features a mountainous and valley terrain.

Drivers coming from Las Vegas, Nevada can find their way into Six Flags Magic Mountain by taking Interstate 15 south, merging onto Interstate 210 West, and then heading north on Interstate 5. The journey between Las Vegas and the Magic Mountain Theme Park is about 275 miles.

Taking a train to the city of Santa Clarita is another way of getting to Six Flags Magic Mountain. The Newhall Station in Santa Clarita is served by the Metrolink Antelope Valley Line, which stops at Downtown Burbank and Union Station in Los Angeles. Overall, the Metrolink commuter rail system consists of seven lines that can be used for public transportation in the southern California region surrounding Los Angeles.

The Newhall Metrolink Station is located only several miles away from Six Flags Magic Mountain Theme Park. Passengers can take a quick local taxi ride from the station to get to the theme park. The City of Santa Clarita Transit buses can also be used to navigate Santa Clarita and get to Magic Mountain Theme Park. Bus routes 3 and 7 provide direct service to Magic Mountain. However, these two bus lines do not serve Newhall Station, so some walking or bus transfers have to be made. Instead, passengers will have to end up at the McBean Regional Station to board the 3 and 7 bus routes.

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