Amtrak’s Heartland Flyer is a short regional route that connects Oklahoma City and Fort Worth. Train travel time between these two stations is approximately four hours, just one hour longer than driving. There are also stops at other cities in Oklahoma and Texas.
Things to Know
- Coach seats are available on two levels.
- There is a café car, although we recommend bringing food on the train.
- You can bring bikes on the train, but reservations are required. Learn more.
- Day trips are doable if you are traveling southbound (including from Oklahoma City).
- The Oklahoma City Station is in a very walkable area, so it’s easy to explore nearby attractions without renting a car or using rideshare. Tip: if you plan on visiting, you’ll need to stay at least one night in Oklahoma City.
- You can walk to multiple hotels in 5 minutes or less from the Oklahoma City Station.
View current schedules on the HeartlandFlyer.com website and via the Find Trains tool on the Amtrak homepage. You can also visit the Amtrak schedule page to create a custom timetable.
- There is daily train service, but only one train in each direction.
- Trains depart Oklahoma City in the morning.
- Trains depart Forth Worth early evening.
- Oklahoma City, OK (OKC)
- Norman, OK (NOR)
- Purcell, OK (PUR)
- Pauls Valley, OK (PVL)
- Ardmore, OK (ADM)
- Gainesville, TX (GLE)
- Fort Worth, TX (FTW)