Battle Creek, located in Calhoun County, is home to more than 52,000 people. Explore the city today on a charter bus in Battle Creek, Michigan.
Battle Creek is one of the best places for a vacation. A very small sampling of the places you can go to on a charter bus in Battle Creek, Michigan includes:
Visit the Firekeepers Casino where you can play in a 236,000-square foot space filled with close to 3,000 slot machines, 76 table games, entertainment spaces and restaurants. You can take the kids to Full Blast, a recreation center that features sports and activities for the entire family. Or you could go to Riverview Recreation, where you could drive go-karts, bumper boats or play mini-golf.
There are a lot of things to do and places to visit when it comes to art and live performances in the city. Check out the exhibits put up by the Art Center of Battle Creek, or hear the Brass Band of Battle Creek play at the WK Kellogg Auditorium. You can also check out the live professional theater group What a Do Theatre, whose performances reflect the milieu of the community.
You will also love the Music Center of Battle Creek, which brings together the Battle Creek Symphony Orchestra, Community Music School, the Community Chorus, Battle Creek Boychoir, and the Girls' Chorus.
Then check out the Gilmore Car Museum, where you have more than 350 automobiles on display inside more than a dozen historic buildings, including recreated car dealerships of old.
There are several farmers markets in the city where you can buy the freshest fruits, vegetables and crops. Check out Horrock's Farm Market, Festival Market Square, Southern Exposure Herb Farm, and Station 66.
Battle Creek has several golf courses that you can play on: Riverside Country Club, Battle Creek Country Club, Spring Brook Golf & Grill, Custard Green Golf Course Veterans Hospital, Cedar Creek Golf Course, Cedar Farms Golf Club, Custer Greens, Binder Park Golf Course, Oakland Hills Golf Club, Marywood Golf Club, and Bedford Valley Golf Club. There are several sports teams to support in the city. Watch the Battle Creek Bombers play their games at the C.O. Brown Stadium, the Battle Creek Flight at the Central Fieldhouse, and the Battle Creek Revolution at the Revolution Arena.
You can also go to the Battleground Indoor Skate Park, the Kellogg Arena, and the Multi-Sports Center.
Check out the Historic Adventist Village, where you can explore a recreated 19th century village that includes a log cabin, a schoolhouse and other buildings used by the Adventist pioneers. You can also go to the Dr. John Harvey Kellogg Discovery Center where you can experience how people were treated and how they handled their health in those times. Meanwhile, the Kimball House Museum is a Queen Anne home built in the 1880s and it currently has several exhibits such as the Battle Creek Sanitarium and Sojourner Truth displays.
Other historic landmarks and sites you could go to include Clara's on the River, Hart Doyle Inouye Federal Center, Kingman Museum, Underground Railroad Sculpture, and Oakhill Cemetery.
Go to Bailey Park where you have three baseball stadiums, softball diamonds, sand volleyball courts, shuffleboard courts and other amenities in 80 acres of space. You should also go to the Historic Bridge Park, where you have several historic truss bridges restored in the park. Or go to the Leila Arboretum, the Battle Creek Linear Park, or Willard Beach and Park, as well as other parks in the city.
Visit the Binder Park Zoo where you have 433 acres of space, making it one of the biggest zoos in the state. The zoo has 600 animals coming from 140 species, and is accredited by both the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Call us at 1-866-569-2012 to get your charter bus in Battle Creek, Michigan.