In the Midwest, take Amtrak to summer music festivals in Milwaukee, Chicago and St. Louis or go to where roots of jazz, rock and the blues run deep in Kansas City, Memphis or New Orleans. On the west coast, large summertime festivals take place in San Diego, Los Angeles, Oxnard, Santa Barbara, and Gilroy, Calif. Several rose festivals will be in full bloom in Wasco, Calif., and Portland, Ore. Seattle will host the annual Seafair Festival along Puget Sound.
Customers can take their pets along with them on the family summer vacation. Amtrak welcomes dogs and cats up to 20 pounds for trips of up to seven hours on most routes. There are also many different services for customers to bring their bikes onboard. For more information about onboard amenities, visit Amtrak.com.
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