Directions by Road: Almost everyone who drives to Luton will do so via the M1 whether from the midlands, north, south, south east or south west. The ground is quite difficult to find from Junction 10, so even if you are coming from the south, you might find it easier to go on to Junction 11. If you do leave at Junction 10, follow the signs to the City Centre, then to Dunstable and the ground will be on your left when you get into the one-way system.
From the North: Exit the M1 at Junction 11, and join the A505 towards Luton. Follow the A505 for approximately 1.5 miles and Kenilworth Road is on your right as you leave the one-way system along Dunstable Road. To park, follow the one-way around, turning left, right and right again all in about 100 yards so that you do a complete U-turn and then take the second left into Ash Road. Continue down to the bottom, turn left at the end and the club is in front of you. Continue straight past the club and the road bends immediately over a dual carriageway bridge. Beyond this is plenty of street parking (and a great fish shop) if you are early.
From the South: You can join the M1 from the M25 at Junction 21A, which is Junction 6 of the M1. Exit at Junction 11 and follow directions above in From the North.
From the East: If you are on the A1, leave at Junction 8 of the A1(M) and take the A602 towards Hitchin, then follow the signs to Luton along the A505. When you come into Luton, head for the City Centre and once you reach the one-way system, follow signs to Dunstable and you will see Kenilworth Road on your left.
From the West: Come in on the A505 and follow the directions above in From the North.
Parking Restrictions: There is no car park at the ground, and there is limited space available in the streets around the ground. If you are early, you can find a space close by, but the street parking fills up quite quickly. There is a multi-storey car park in the town centre. Follow the signs for the Galaxy Centre Leisure Complex.
Rail: Luton Station is served by both First Capital Connect services, which run every 10 minutes or so (London terminals: London St Pancras International, London Bridge, Blackfriars, Farringdon and King's Cross) and Midland Mainline services, which are less frequent but faster, often with Luton as the first stop on the way to Nottingham (London terminal: St Pancras). The station is a 10-minute walk from the ground. From the station, turn right into Station Road which runs into Mill Street. At the junction, turn left into Telford Way and right into Dunstable Road. Oak Road is the fifth on the left about a third of a mile along.
Bus Routes: The 31 bus from the stop opposite the station exit serves Dunstable Road, and leaves every 10 minutes. Ask the driver for the Oak Road stop.