A bus rental in Sumter, South Carolina can help take you and up to 60 friends and family member on tour.
You can certainly herd your group on a bus rental in Sumter, South Carolina to explore this city of more than 39,000 people and go to the following places:
Visit the Sumter Community Concert Band that was launched in the 1980s to help area musicians band together and express their musical talent, as well as give the residents and visitors a chance to get the best musical experiences in the area. Or check the events held by the Sumner County Cultural Commission then check out the exhibits at the Sumner County Gallery of Art. Then take in a show by the Sumter Little Theatre or the Sumter Opera House. You can also go to the Gallery 135, Sumter Shaw Community Concert Association and Patriot Hall.
You can also enjoy the music at downcity Sumter on Fourth Fridays, or the city's many annual festivals and events such as Earth Day, Fall Feast, Fantasy of Lights, Iris Festival, and Poinsettia Festival.
Golfers, do play at the Sunset Country Club, Crystal Lakes Golf Course, the Links at Lakewood, and Beech Creek Golf Club. Meanwhile, Riley Park used to be where the home games of the Sumter Braves were held until they moved to Macon, Georgia. The stadium seats 2,000 people. Or you can check out the 24 official sized courts at the Palmetto Tennis Center. Other sports venues you could visit include the Sumter Memorial Stadium, the Marvin Montgomery Field at Donald L. Crolley Memorial Stadium and the Dr. J. Frank Baker Stadium.
With more than a dozen sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, history buffs would love the city. You might want to save time and see more when you explore the historic districts in the city: Stateburg Historic District and Sumter Historic District. You can also check out the historically and architecturally important houses such as the Charles T. Mason House, Elizabeth White House, Henry Lee Scarborough House, Heriot-Moise House, J. Clinton Brogdon House, and O'Donnell House.
Other nationally registered historic sites are Carnegie Public Library, Lincoln High School, Myrtle Moor, Rip Raps Plantation, Salem Black River Presbyterian Church, Sumter County Courthouse, Sumter Town Hall-Opera House, and Temple Sinai.
Visit the Swan Lake Iris Gardens, which holds the distinction of being the only public park in the country that has all the eight swan species. The lake is framed by the Iris Gardens and colorful islands. You can also see a wide variety of wildlife here. The beautiful park is host to several annual festivals and events such as the Iris Festival, the oldest in the state.
The check out the city's Aquatics Center where you could swim and go on the tube slides. Or check the Toumey Trails, a collection of one mile routes that you can go on.
More than these, there are more than two dozen parks in the city that you could go to. These parks are open to pets, and have several amenities such as athletic courts, sports fields, picnic facilities and others. Some of the parks you could visit are Lawton Park, Memorial Park, Moore Street Park, Morris College Park, Optimist Club Park, Parker Street Park, and Vim Park.
There are also some parks that are maintained by the county, including Cypress Park, Dillon Park, and Mill Creek County Park. And if you are here in the summer, cool down at the spray parks at Birnie Park, Crosswell Park, North HOPE Park, and South Sumter Park.
Other outdoor activities you can do include boating, hiking, biking, horseback riding, hunting, and fishing at Manchester State Forest, Poinsett State Park, the Lynches River, and Woods Bay.
These are just some of the places you can visit on a bus rental in Sumter, South Carolina. Start your trip planning by visiting the BusRental.com Web site and filling out a short form in order to request a free online quote.