FREE Trolley & Bike Valet | Ocean Beach San Diego CA

FREE Trolley & Bike Valet

Ride to the festival for free! Go green and avoid the hassle of parking by riding a bike or taking a trolley to the Annual OB Street Fair & Chili Cook-Off Festival. We will offer a free bike valet, courtesy of the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition, as well as five free trolleys from our friends at Old Town Trolley. Trolleys run continuously, so no one will miss any of the fun!


Avoid the hassle of parking and ride to the festival for free! Park near Robb Field or on Sea World Drive (at Pacific Highway) from 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Trolleys run every 1/2 hour on the 1/2 hour from Robb Field and every hour from Sea World Dr. 

Pick-up 1: Sunrunner Lot

It's a big dirt lot on the corner of Pacific Hwy. and Sea World Drive.

It is very convenient for those coming on I-5 to get off at Sea World Drive and just park.

Pick-up 2:  Near Robb Field 

At the north end of Ocean Beach. (We recommend parking at the Sunrunner Lot.)
Just to the south of West Point Loma Blvd. on Bacon St. in front of Val's Coffee Corner.


Drop-off: Artists Alley

Just relax and ride the trolley to the trolley stop at Santa Monica Ave. and Cable St. and stroll through Artists Alley!

FREE Rides on the Trolley at the OB Street Fair

Bike Valet

There will also be free, secure parking for cyclists throughout the day. The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition will provide a free bike valet area on Bacon St. @ Newport Ave. (just south of Newport Ave. on Bacon St.) starting at 10am. There will be limited space available, so arrive early!

FREE Rides on the Trolley at the OB Street Fair

OB Shuttle

Need a Ride? The OB Shuttle is your ride around Ocean Beach!  Simply call or text the number below and a driver will swing by in a golf cart to pick you up.  That's right, you will be cruising around OB in your very own golf cart! During the Street Fair they will be monitoring South OB for those that may need a lift!

(619) 300-4605

*Shuttle holds up to 5 passengers with driver compensation being 100% donation based