Where is Earth Day?
The Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival is held at Alameda Park, Santa Barbara.
Why drive to Earth Day? Come Car Free!
Alameda Park is easily reached on foot or by bike, bus, shuttle or train. Cars are a major source of smog pollution and greenhouse gases contributing to global climate change. Get in the spirit and enjoy car ‘free-dom’ on Earth Day.
Out of Town Visitors
If you're planning to come to the Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival from out of town, we encourage you to come car free. The Amtrak train station is conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Santa Barbara making it easy to travel to the festival, hotels, and restaurants without a car.
If you’re coming from out of town, look at the Coastal Express route here: https://www.goventura.org/vctc-transit/routes-schedules/
Many of our hotels are located very close to the festival, so stop by the concierge desk for information about scenic walking routes, bike rentals, pedi cabs, and electric shuttle service. For all your Santa Barbara planning needs, visit SantaBarbaraCA.com.
Check out the Santa Barbara Metropolitan (MTD) bus and electric shuttle system. They'll get you where you want to be! If you are coming from Ventura, you also have the option of taking the Coastal Express Bus.
At the festival, you’ll find FREE bike valet near the corner of Santa Barbara and Micheltorena Streets in Alameda Park, sponsored and run by SB Bike. Find a bike route using Traffic Solutions’ Bike Map App: http://www.trafficsolutions.org/SBC-BikeMap. Bike Valet is located in the bike zone where you can enjoy many bike activities.
The Festival is a short walk from many parts of Santa Barbara. Many neighborhoods like the Westside, Oak Park, or the Eastside are less than a 30 minute stroll. Lace up your walking shoes, enjoy the view, and get some exercise on the way.