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Graton Casino

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Graton Casino

Hi! The Graton Casino has just opened. Does anyone know how to reach the casino by Public Transport from SFO or Powell Street. Thanks!

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There is Golden Gate Transit from downtown SF but it's a 3 hour ride (according to public transit info on Google Maps).

The transportation section of the casino's website is still under construction.

If you must go, rent a car.

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I would contact them directly. There are many casino buses from Chinatown. I am sure they will have regular runs to Graton soon. My family take these regularly: sfgate.com/entertainment/gaming/article/Casi…

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Thanks for the tips. Dixie.

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I saw a Graton Casino Bus on 280 in Daly City last week, so there are ways to get there provided by the Company, call them directly.

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There are several ways to get to Graton Casino. Check their website for Bus Routes from near locations. Most of the buses/routes require a 4 or 5 hour stay and pickup/drop off only once a day.

Buses from San Rafael, Novato and Petaluma run several times a day and passengers can come and go on any one of the buses. Stay and Play as long as you like.

Some people take the Golden Gate transit bus to San Rafael and from there take the Graton Casino Bus. The fare is $10 but the casino gives you $10 Slot Play money or $15 Match Play if you use Graton Casino buses. So, your ride from San Rafael to the casino is pretty much free (or +$5 if you choose table games)

You could take the Golden Gate transit all the way to Rohnert Park, but then you will need to change buses and you won't get any free play money. Why pay from San Rafael to Rohnert Park, if taking the Graton Casino Bus is "free"

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