The seat of Saline County, Salina is home to close to 48,000 people. Ride a bus charter in Salina, Kansas and explore what the city has to offer.
A bus charter in Salina, Kansas can take you to:
The whole family would love Kenwood Cove Water Park, which features wave pools, slides, a floating river and a kids' area. Or you could bowl at All Star Lanes or skate at the Starlite Roller Skating Rink. Then you also have Jumpin' Joe's Family Fun Center and Bounce-a-Roos.
Check out who's performing at the Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts where you can watch classic films, musical acts, and comedy shows, as well as performances of the Salina Symphony. The theater is housed inside a 1930s art deco structure. Or you can check out what's happening at the Webster Conference Center or at the Bicentennial Center, which features a 7,500 seat arena and the Heritage Hall Convention space.
You can also watch the Salina Community Theatre perform at the Salina Art Center & Cinema.
The city also holds several events that you can enjoy. There is the Smoky Hill River Festival held every June and that lasts for four days and features craft shows, games, musical concerts and other fun activities. Then you have the All American Fourth and Play Day in the Park, the Smoky Hill Museum Street Fair, and the Christmas Festival. You can also check out the 4-H Tri-Rivers Fair and Rodeo, the Mid-America Farm Expo, Land Institute Prairie Festival, the Discover Salina Naturally Festival, Saline County Mounted Patrol Rodeo, and the ISIS Shrine Circus, among many others.
Golf courses in the city include the Salina Municipal Golf Course, Elks Country Club, Salina Country Club, and River Bend Golf Course. Check out the Mabee Arena, which is a 1,500-seat indoor arena on the Kansas Wesleyan University campus. This is where the university's basketball teams play their home games.
Visit the Smoky Hill Museum where you can find exhibits that relate to local history, education and agriculture, with some artifacts dating back to the 1870s. You could also see the displays at the Yesteryear Museum.
Visit Indian Rock, which is the tallest point in the area. You can find many trails here, too. You should also check out the city's many parks and facilities, including the Bill Burke Sports Complex with eight softball and baseball fields, soccer fields and a picnic area. Or you can visit the Centennial Park, Jerry Ivey Park, Kenwood Park, Lakewood Park, Oakdale Park, Salina Stadium, Sunset Park, Thomas Park, and Salina Soccer Complex.
Check out the Rolling Hills Adventure, a wildlife park and zoo that is very near the city.
Getting a bus charter in Salina, Kansas is fast and easy. All you have to do is to call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012. It only takes a few minutes.