Celebrate the 101st Birthday of the National Park System on a Charter Bus Trip!
America’s National Park System—there’s nothing like it in the world!! From the coast of Maine to California, from the Everglades to Alaska, you’ll experience unparalleled natural beauty, sweeping vistas and stunning panoramas. A trip to just one of these national treasures can create memories that last a lifetime. But you don’t want to turn a vacation into work, spending most of your time navigating the roads, reading maps and looking for parking. With a charter bus from BusRental.com, you can relax with friends and family while we take care of all the details.
There are nearly 60 national parks, as well as over 100 national monuments, making it difficult to know where to start. These are the parks that visitors recommend year after year.
- Yosemite National Park—California
The pearl in the national park system crown, Yosemite derived its name from a Native American tribe that populated the area. Located in California’s Yosemite Valley, near Mariposa in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, the park is famous for its giant sequoias, its sheer granite cliffs and its biological diversity.
- Grand Canyon National Park—Arizona
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon has to be seen to be believed. Over a mile deep in some places, the Canyon has nearly 300 miles of the Colorado River running through it. But you can also hike down on one of the well-maintained trails. But don’t look over the side unless you have a strong stomach—it’s a long way down!
- Glacier National Park—Montana
You need to get to Glacier National Park and you need to do it soon. The park’s namesake ice formations are disappearing at a rapid rate. Less than 20% of the glaciers that were in the park in 1850 are still there and experts say they all could be gone by 2030. But the mountains will still be there and they are worth the trip.
- Denali National Park and Preserve—Alaska
Formerly known as McKinley National Park, this vast expanse surrounds its namesake peak, that tallest in North America at just over 20,000 feet. It’s more than 100 miles from the entrance to the park to the farthest campgrounds. You can walk on tundra grass and you’ll have a good chance of seeing grizzly bear, moose, caribou and timber wolves in their natural habitats.
- Chaco Culture National Historical Park—New Mexico
One of the lesser known, but immensely popular parks is home to more than 4,000 prehistoric archeological sites, including sacred ancestral homelands of the Pueblo and Hopi tribes. It’s also one of the best places in the world to look up at the night sky, as there’s virtually no light pollution in the area.
- Acadia National Park—Maine
Take a hike to the top of Cadillac Mountain, the tallest point along the Atlantic Seaboard. Acadia has a wide array of trails, including Homans Path, with nearly 400 spiral granite stairs.
- Rocky Mountain National Park–Colorado
Experience your own “Rocky Mountain High” at this mountain menagerie, where you’ll find more than 70 peaks exceeding 12,000 feet above sea level. You can also traverse the more than 300 miles of hiking trails, with stunning vistas of wildflowers, glaciers and moraines.
- Mammoth Cave National Park—Kentucky
With more than 400 miles of underground trails that have already been charted, this is the largest known cave system on the planet. And you can go spelunking…there are guided tours lasting anywhere from one to four hours.
- Olympia National Park–Washington
Imagine nearly a million acres of total wilderness, without even a single road over 95% of the land. Olympia is also home to the Hoh River Rain Forest, one of the few remaining temperate rainforests in North America. There are also many hiking trails, ranging from just under a mile to nearly 20 miles.
- Grand Teton National Park—Wyoming
If it’s wildlife you want to see, head to the Grand Tetons—moose, elk, wolves, coyotes, bison, bald eagles, bighorn sheep, black and grizzly bear all have habitat here. The park offers photo safaris, so that you can bring home a permanent memento of your time in the woods. There are also hundreds of scenic trails, as well as the opportunity to float down the Snake River.
- Yellowstone National Park—Wyoming, Idaho and Montana
You can’t talk about the national park system without mentioning Yellowstone. From its famed geysers, including Old Faithful to its vast ecosystems, from its teeming wildlife to its hot springs, mud pots and fumaroles, it’s like no other place on earth.
Enjoy Our Great National Parks—On a Charter Bus!
Regardless of the park you choose to visit, there will be a lot of driving involved. Don’t take that on yourself! On a charter bus from BusRental.com, you’ll have these benefits and more:
- Safety and security—We employ the best drivers in the business. In addition, because there’s limited access to the bus, you won’t have any unwelcome guests and you and your personal items will be safe and secure.
- Reliability and flexibility—There’s virtually no such thing as a delay or cancellation with a charter bus. And you won’t have to choose from a limited number of options. You tell us where you want to go and we’ll get you there—on time!
- Affordability—Bus travel is hands-down the most affordable way to travel. With the money you save, you can bring home some cherished mementos.
- Room to move around—We won’t squeeze you into a tine seat like they do on an airplane! Our coaches have plush seats and a roomy interior. And you won’t get yelled at if you walk down the aisle!
- A vehicle uniquely suited to your needs—Large or small, your group will find the perfect coach for your trip, one that has all the options you need.
A Charter Bus—The Fun Way to Visit a National Park!
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