Facebook Page
ATSD | Winter Park, FL

Station Index
Route Index

 Amtrak Links
Home Page
   Hot Deals



Winter Park, FL
Amtrak Station Code: WPK
Located in: Eastern Time

150 West Morse Blvd.
Winter Park, FL 32789


Visit the Winter Park page on Amtrak's website.

Station Details: Hours | Trains | Connections | Checked Baggage | Directions | Parking
Insider's Guide: Station Facilities | Neighborhood | Station History
Local Connections: Rental Cars | Hotels | Food | Local Transit | Visitor Information

Station Hours - last updated 04.19.05
Winter Park is open from 7:00am - 6:00pm daily.
The Amtrak ticket office is open from 7:00am - 5:30pm daily.

Amtrak Trains - last updated 04.19.05
Winter Park is served by Amtrak's Sunset Limited, between Orlando, FL and Los Angeles, CA, and also the Silver Service trains, including the Silver Star and the Silver Meteor between New York, NY and Miami, FL.

  # Name   Station Time Freq. Miles
91 Silver Star from
New York, NY
Miami, FL
7:55a Daily 1,161
97 Silver Meteor from
New York, NY
Miami, FL
10:57a Daily 1,119
1 Sunset Limited from
Orlando, FL
Los Angeles, CA
2:03p SuTuTh 5
98 Silver Meteor from
Miami, FL
New York, NY
4:13p Daily 270
92 Silver Star from
Miami, FL
New York, NY
7:55p Daily 270
2 Sunset Limited from
Los Angeles, CA
Orlando, FL
8:03p MoWeSa 2,759

No information on connections is currently available.

Checked Baggage - last updated 04.19.05
Checked baggage service is available on all trains serving Winter Park, though not to all destinations.  Check your arrival station's service to see if checked baggage is available.  Each passenger may check up to three items, each of which may not exceed 50 pounds.  Each item must have a baggage ID tag attached; free tags are available from Amtrak ticket counters.  Please arrive at the station at least 30 minutes prior to departure if you wish to check baggage.

Driving Directions - contributed by Rich Kimmel
From Interstate 4, take the Lee Road exit east.  Follow Lee until it dead-ends into U.S. 17-92, Orlando Avenue.  Turn Right on Orlando and go three blocks past Winter Park Village, then turn left onto Morse Blvd.  There is an Amtrak sign pointing in the right direction.  Follow Morse to downtown Winter Park and the station is on the right.  Park in the station parking lot.

Parking Details - contributed by Rich Kimmel
Several long-term spaces are available at the end of the parking lot, and a few short-term spaces re available on the side of the lot adjacent to the Amtrak lot on the west.  The Amtrak lot is also free.  The city lot is well-lit, but the Amtrak lot is not-so-well-lit.  This part of Winter Park is pretty safe.


Insider's Guide to Winter Park, FL - contributed by Rich Kimmel

Station Facilities
  The station is small but fairly nice and the restrooms are clean.  There is an inside waiting room and a ticket agent is on duty whenever the station is open.  If the eastbound Sunset Limited arrives very late at night, however, there's not an agent on duty then.  Station is safe for families and kids and the city park is right across the tracks.

  Upscale downtown neighborhood with many nice shops and restaurants on Park Avenue across the park from the station.

Station History  
  No information on the station's history is currently available.

Rental Cars - contributed by Rich Kimmel
You will need to call a rental car company at the station.

Hotels - contributed by Rich Kimmel
The only train that stops late at night is the Sunset Limited when it is running several hours late.  Other trains stop during the day.  There are no hotels I can think of right downtown but there are many hotels in nearby Maitland and Orlando, such as Holiday Inns and a Radisson.

Food - contributed by Rich Kimmel
There's a vending machine at the station, however, there are many upscale restaurants along Park Avenue which is one block east of the station across a very nice city park.

Local Transportation - contributed by Rich Kimmel
Taxi, primarily.  The area is served by Lynx busses, check for more information.

Visitor Information - contributed by Rich Kimmel
Winter Park has Rollins College in it plus the Polasek Museum and the Morse Art Museum, which is relatively close to the station.  There are also numerous lakes around town and you can take a boat ride through the chain of lakes starting several blocks away from the station.

All contents copyright 2005 the American Train Station Directory.  All rights reserved.
This page is version 1.0 of the site.  Read more about the various iterations this website has gone through.
Questions, comments, or broken links?  The webmaster would love to get your email!  This website is maintained entirely by volunteers.  Take a moment to read about the dedicated individuals who made it happen!
Hosted by