Home to more than 128,000 people, Killeen is one of the most populous cities in Texas. It is located in Bell County and you could use a bus rental and charter in Killeen, Texas to explore the city.
A bus rental and charter in Killeen, Texas can help you and your group get around the city. And that should include the following visits.
Visit the Killeen Civic and Conference Center where you have a 64,000 square foot events and multi-purpose venue that features a special events room, large ballroom, board room and other spaces. Just next door is the Exhibition Hall, Vive Les Arts Theatre and the Rodeo Arena. Vive Les Arts Theatre produces children's theater and main stage performances every season.
Go to the Mayborn Science Theater. The planetarium features a 60-inch domed screen and presents star shows and laser shows.
Shopping in the city would take you to Killeen Mall. The mall covers more than 557,000 sq. ft. of space and is anchored by Burlington Coat Factory, Sears, JCPenney, and Dillard's. Then you should check out the many local stores that dot the city such as Pink Crush, Storkdaddy's, and Texas Thrift Store.
Then should you ever get hungry in Killeen, you would be delighted to find that the city has some of the best restaurants in the area. Taste the delicious Thai food at Tham Rab Thai, or the awesome Hungarian and Mediterranean fare at The Gyro Nook. Meanwhile, Hierba Fresca and Las Brazas Pollos Asados serve good Mexican food, and Hupply Pupply has some of the best Egyptian fare in town. And then you have Seoul To Go or Lee's Cafe for some Japanese or Korean dishes.
If you are looking for something familiar, then check out the Petty's BBQ or Billy Bob's Burgers. You could also check out the 1 LUV ISLAND RESTAURANT for some great Caribbean fare.
The Stonetree Golf Club has a par of 72, 70.5 course rating, and 109 slope rating. The 18-hole golf course makes use of Bermuda grass and was designed by Roy Reynolds and Lee Singletary.
The Killeen Downtown Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The city's downtown area has buildings that were erected from the 1890s to the 1960s, displaying a wide variety of architecture, notably Romanesque revival and other designs.
Andy K Wells Hike and Bike Trail is the first in the city extending 2.5 miles and has 12-foot wide surfaces along Nolan Creek. The Rotary Club Children's Park is a small park that features a play structure and stretching area for those who go on the Wells Trail. It also has fitness equipment, benches and a playground.
Meanwhile, Stewart Park is a neighborhood park that features covered picnic areas, tennis court, a basketball court, and a play area. Fox Creek Park has play structures, a basketball court, and swings. Then Lions Club Park has field complexes, a playscape, and a multi-use field.
Other parks you can visit here include: AA Lane Park, Camacho Park, Community Center & Athletic Complex, Conder Park, Family Recreation Center, Fowler Park, Home & Hope Park, Hunt Park, Iduma Park, Long Branch Park, Marlboro Park, Maxdale Park, Pershing Park, Santa Rosa Park, and Timber Ridge Neighborhood Park.
Take a bus rental and charter in Killeen, Texas in order to visit all these places. Call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 to reserve yours.