296 Woodminster Amphitheater Tips
- Casual 19
- Parking is cheap 4
- Arrive early 4
- Park in lot 2
- Pack a picnic 9
- Dine before you go 4
- Food and drinks for purchase 4
You can park for $5.00. Parking can be limited. Park on the main street and walk in for free.
The weather was Clear cool night.. I wore Bring a jacket or a blanket. Nights can be cool even on a warm day. Wear comfortable shoes. There are hills and loose gravel to get to and from the theater. Might pack a flashlight. Paths might have no lighting..
The weather was sunny but cool and some wind. I wore long pants, tennis shoes, and layers on top, don't forget a blanket for sitting on and also on top..
The weather was cool. I wore Several layers on top and put a light blanket over my legs..
I wore layers is good Bring a seat cushion and / or blanket.
Parking is free on the street and there is paid parking too No public transport nor shuttle
The weather was Clear and Cool. I wore Med jacket. Wear comfortable shoes. Some incline hills to climb..
Parking in the lot is $5.00. Some street too but a walk in. Wear comfortable shoes.
Dress in layers/take a blanket. Can get cool at night. Take a seat pad for comfort.
If you're fit, park below the amphitheater, on Joaquin Miller Rd, and walk up through the Cascades, for an outstanding view. Bring a flashlight for your walk back to the car, and come prepared for a cold second act with coat, hat, gloves.
The line to will call or to purchase tickets may seem formidable at times, but these folks have invented an ingenious system for moving it quickly. They have runners that move down the line and pick up our tkts for us so the line moves very quickly.
Patrons are encouraged to arrive early and bring a picnic to get to your seats early and have time to enjoy the incredible vistas and surrounding nature. Once you settle your stuff on your seats there are many picnic tables around for your picnic, or you can purchase reasonably priced snacks there. Come and relax into the outdoor theater experience and leave feeling deeply satisfied and nourished. Think about where you want to park and what you want to bring because you'll be carrying your stuff with you. Also be prepared for changing weather, esp the nite chill after the sun goes down.
Easy access right off Hwy 13, up a long hill into the park. Can park outside and walk in, or pay only $5. to park inside and have easier access to your vehicle. Handicapped parking available nearby but still requires some flat walking into venue.
For a fantastic view, if you are fit, park on Joaquin Miller Red, just below the amphitheater and walk up through the Cascades.
The weather was much warmer than usual.. I wore Typically it is shorts and tee shirts for the first act and as much as down jackets for the second act, when the sun goes down..
Wear comfortable shoes. Hills and uneven ground to amphitheater. Dress in layers and bring a warm jacket and blanket for those cool Bay Area Nights. Enjoy!