Venue Directions, Parking, Directions to Downtown

Directions to Club Fox

Redwood City, CA is only 25 minutes from San Francisco to the north and 30 minutes from San Jose to the south. Fox Theatre Redwood City will draw event enthusiasts from four surrounding counties including San Mateo County, San Francisco County, Santa Clara County and Alameda County. These four counties have a combined population of 4,760,534. The Caltrain has a stop right behind club fox.

Theater, music, dance, cultural arts, and more make Redwood City an inviting community for the entire region, and beyond. With our convenient location roughly between Highways 101 and 280, and many cultural activities and entertainment, visitors always come back to Redwood City.

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Club Fox is perfectly located in the heart of Redwood City's downtown area amongst its restaurants, theaters and more!


Downtown Redwood City has various locations for parking both at metered spots throughout the area and a number of parking structures through the city. There are various parking garages throughout the area but the closest and most convenient to out venues are the following:

  • Jefferson Garage: The underground garage on Middlefield between Jefferson and Winslow provides 1.5 hours of free parking.

  • Winslow Garage: Located on Middlefield also offers parking close by for 50 cents per hour, Monday-Friday 10-6pm and free after 6pm and all day Sundays

  • The Marshall Street Garage: With entrances off of Marshall and off of Broadway offers 1.5 hours of free parking.

  • The Main Street Lot: Located on Main Street by City Hall offers parking for .25 cents per hour, Monday-Friday, 10-6pm and free after 6pm and all day Sundays

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Directions to Downtown

By Car

Highway 101 – If you are coming from north of Redwood City, take the Whipple Avenue exit off of the 101. The off-ramp will turn into Veterans Boulevard. At the light, don’t turn right on Whipple, but proceed straight for another quarter of a mile or so. Turn right on Middlefield Road and you are there! From south of Redwood City, take the Woodside Road exit. Take Woodside road south for about a half of a mile, and then turn right on Middlefield Road. After another half-mile or so you have arrived!

Interstate 280 – From north or south of Redwood City, take the Woodside Road exit. Head north on Woodside for about 3 miles, and turn left on Middlefield Road.

By Train

Caltrain The Redwood City Caltrain stop is right in the heart of Downtown. Click here for Caltrain schedule information.

BART – Bay Area Rapid Transit doesn’t extend down to Redwood City yet, but the new SFO extension features a transfer point in Millbrae to the Caltrain, which will bring you right into Downtown.

By Bus

SamTrans has multiple routes which provide access to Downtown Redwood City. Click here for route and schedule information.