Have you ever thought about renting a coach or charter bus for your next event or get together? They are more practical and can be used for more types of events than you may think.
Here are 4 fun ways to use a coach bus for your next rental.
1. Michigan Wine Tour
With plenty of wineries within an hour and a half of Chicago, a Michigan wine tour is a great way to enjoy your time with family and friends.
Explore the beautiful views of Lake Michigan while sipping on delicious wines from all over the area. You can choose from plenty of trails, including: Bay View Wine Trail, Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail, Leelanau Wine Trail, Southeast Michigan Pioneer Wine Trail, and Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula.
Look no further than a charter bus rental to make sure you and your loved ones enjoy your time in wine country without having to worry about who is driving home!
2. Trip to Six Flags Great America
Six Flags Great America isn’t a far drive from downtown Chicago (less than an hour in no traffic), but you’ll be glad that you chartered a bus after a day full of fun there!
Boasting the largest loop roller coaster and the brand new 4D interactive thrill ride, JUSTICE LEAGUE: Battle for Metropolis, there’s plenty to see and do at this park. Don’t forget to check out upcoming events to find out the next exciting thing to do with your family at Six Flags.
3. Class trip to Springfield, IL
Approximately 3 hours southwest of Chicago, you’ll find a plethora of historic and unique destinations for children of all ages in Springfield, Illinois. This destination is perfect for class field trips, as it offers plenty of great learning tools, no matter what students are learning about.
Book a coach bus for your next field trip to Springfield and keep teachers, chaperones, and the kids comfortable during your trip.
4. Notre Dame Football Game
Tailgating is an American mainstay, as is football. Another great way to use a charter bus for your next outing is for both of these fun events: at a Notre Dame football game. Less than a two hour drive from Chicago, don’t worry about driving or parking and focus on the fun with your group at the game.
Check out Notre Dame’s upcoming football season schedule to find a game for you and your friends or family to see.