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Orlando, FL - October 25, 2015: The USWNT defeated Brazil 3-1 during the Victory Tour at the Citrus Bowl.
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The Camping World Stadium, formerly called the Orlando Citrus Bowl, is one of the main sporting venues in Central Florida. Located in the West Lakes neighborhood of Orlando, the stadium is home to Major League Soccer’s Florida squad, Orlando City SC. In 1994, the then Citrus Bowl hosted the FIFA World Cup and two years later in 1996 during the Summer Olympic Games, both men’s and women’s soccer matches were played at the venue. Most recently, the stadium hosted the 2016 Copa America Centenario.

The 65,000-seat stadium is also known for hosting annual conferences, college football events including the Florida Classic and numerous concerts by world-famous performers such as Santana, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, The Eagles, Metallica and Aerosmith.

If you are looking to attend any of the world-class events at Camping World Stadium, here we give you a complete guide on how to travel to Orlando for cheap along with the best directions to the stadium from the main transit locations in the city.

How to Get to Orlando from Your Location

It is very easy to get to Orlando if you are traveling by bus or train. You can find transportation options to get there from more than 400+ destinations in the U.S. using Wanderu, your free travel search site. You can easily book your ticket online by visiting our website or downloading our FREE app.
Amtrak trains, as well as many bus carriers like Greyhound and Megabus, offer daily trips to Orlando from different parts of the U.S. Additionally, Red Coach offers a high-end bus service for passengers traveling from many Florida hubs like Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

See all the bus and train options to Orlando here!

Directions to Camping World Stadium

The stadium is located less than 2 miles from downtown Orlando where most buses and trains will drop passengers off. The address of the stadium is 1610 W Church St, Orlando, FL 32805.

If you choose to use a ride-share service like Uber or Lyft to get to the stadium, you will be there in about 15 minutes and you will pay anywhere between $6 and $12, depending on where in Orlando you arrive and the traffic at the time.

Although most people in the area prefer to drive, there are different bus lines you can take to arrive at the venue from the main transportation centers. Follow the directions to the Camping World Stadium below and you will be there in about one hour.

Amtrak Passengers

When you arrive in Orlando, you will get off the train at 1400 Slight Boulevard. The stadium will be around two miles northwest of your location (or a 40-minute walk). But if walking in the heat in Florida is not in your plans, you can take advantage of the local bus service operated by the Central Florida Regional Transit Authority. You will take two buses and you will be at the stadium in a little less than one hour.

1. Walk from the train station to South Orange Avenue and Columbia Street. These are the directions that you will follow:

2. At the bus stop on South Orange Avenue and Columbia Street, you will take 11 bus towards Lynx Central Station Terminal (8 stops). This is the route your bus will take:

3. At the Lynx Central Station Terminal, you will take the 20 bus towards N John Young Parkway and W Princeton Street (8 stops).

4. You will get off the bus at W Church Street and S Rio Grande Avenue, and then you will be two minutes away from the stadium.

You can follow the map below:

Greyhound Passengers

Greyhound buses drop passengers off at the downtown terminal located at 555 N John Young Pkwy, around one mile away from the stadium. It will take you around 20 minutes to walk there.

If you decide to walk, follow these directions to Camping World Stadium from the Greyhound station:

If you choose to take bus, you will need to catch the 25 bus towards Lynx Central Station Terminal from the John Young Pkway and Amelia Street stop.

These are the directions that you should follow to walk to the stop from the Greyhound Station:

You will take the bus for 4 stops and then get off at the W Washington and Jamil Avenue stop and walk south. The stadium will be 10 minutes away.

This is the route that the 25 bus will take:

Megabus Passengers

The bus will drop you off at 902 N Semoran Boulevard, around 7 miles away from the stadium. It will take you about an hour to get to the stadium if you take public transportation.

First, you will walk from the Megabus drop off location to the E Colonial Drive and N Semoran Boulevard stop. These are the directions you should follow:

3. At the E Colonial Drive and N Semoran Boulevard stop, you will board the 104 bus towards Lynx Central Station Terminal (2 stops). This is the route the bus will take:

4. Once you arrive at the Lynx Central Station Terminal, follow the directions above (in the ‘Greyhound Passengers’ section) to arrive at the stadium.

About Orlando Bus Fares

A single-ride ticket for the bus will cost you $2 and a day-pass will be $4.50. The passes can be purchased with cash or credit/debit cards at different locations in Orlando (see a complete list here), as well as online. You can find information about all fares by visiting the Central Florida Regional Transit Authority‘s website.

Also, you can see the schedules for all of the buses listed in this guide here.

Now that you’ve made it to Camping World Stadium, it’s time to relax and enjoy your concert or sporting event. Also, don’t forget to check out our Orlando travel guide for information on what to do, where to eat and where to stay while in town.

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Karina Barriga Albring

Karina Barriga Albring

I'm a writer, journalist, soccer lover and hot sauce enthusiast born and bred in the mighty Andes. Wanderlust hit me hard at a young age and since then, it keeps me up at night. NYC and Modena, Italy changed my life, but my favorite destination is still Rio de Janeiro – and not only for the 'futebol'!
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