The Heartland Flyer train service between Oklahoma City and Ft. Worth, Texas, is made up of three coach cars which feature an upper level coach section with spacious reclining seats, complete with individual reading lights and large windows. Of the three cars, the lower level of Superliner II Coach car contains a full-service café car with an attendant and features snacks, sandwiches, soft drinks, cocktails, souvenirs, and sofa style seating where guests can visit and watch the scenery glide by.
Once the Flyer arrives in Fort Worth, the service goes no farther. However, you can connect to the Texas Eagle and go all the way to Chicago and further east; south to Austin and San Antonio; and West to Los Angeles three days a week via San Antonio.
You can purchase tickets or make reservations online, or you can call Amtrak directly at 1-800-872-7245. Specific prices are not available through the Heartland Flyer website. To inquire about price information, contact Amtrak at 1-800-872-7245. Price varies depending on how far in advance the reservation is made and how full the train is. Children under the age of 16 travel at half the fare, while kids 12 and under qualify for an annual Kid’s Club Membership.
Heartland Flyer’s service typically departs from OKC at 8:25 a.m. daily and the train depot is located at 100 E.K. Gaylord, directly east of the Cox Convention Center. Parking is limited at the depot, though nearby covered parking garages are more likely to be available. Be sure to arrive early enough to ensure no delays that could cause you to miss the train!