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Charter a Bus Rental in Longview, Washington and Have a Grand Vacation

Longview, Washington

Longview is located in Cowlitz County and is home to more than 36,600 people. Get on a bus rental in Longview, Washington and have a fun vacation in the city.

A bus rental in Longview, Washington can accommodate up to 60 people, making sure you have a fun tour of the following places:

Arts & Culture

Go to the Koth Gallery at the Longview Public Library and find the works of many featured artists such as Ron Gaul, David Lee Myers, and Hank Weber. Further, take time to explore the city's public artworks. These pieces of art are to be found at various places in the city such as the St. John Medical Center, the Lake Sacajawea Park, and Monticello Hotel, among others. The city also hosts several yearly events, including Go Fourth Festival and the Longview's Earth Day Celebration.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are two 18-hole courses in Longview that you can play on. First is the Mint Valley Golf Course that has close to 5,900 yards at the longest tees. It has a par of 71, a 68.0 course rating and a 114 slope rating. Ron Fream designed the course, which was opened in 1970s. he other is the Longview Country Club that was opened in the 1920s. The course has more than 6,200 yards with a par of 70. It is rated at 68.5 and features a 122 slope rating.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are close to two dozen sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places for Longview. These include the Robert Alexander Long High School, which is the oldest school in the city having been built in the 1920s. Meanwhile the Big Four Furniture Building was also built in the 1920s for Lumberman's Bank. Then you can explore the Longview Civic Center Historic District, where you have several historic buildings close together.

You can also check out the Longview Community Church and its St. Helen's addition, or the First Christian Church. Or admire the architecture of two historic homes: Berwind–Purcell House and J. D. Tennant House. Then check out the commercial buildings that are nationally registered historic sites as well, such as the Mills Building, Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Building, Pounder Building, Schumann Building, Sevier and Weed Building, Tyni Building, Washington Gas and Electric Building, and Willard Building.

Other historic sites you could go to are Columbia Theater, Longview Bridge, Longview Community Store, Longview Women's Clubhouse, Nutty Narrows Bridge, and U.S. Post Office – Longview Main.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Explore the Ape Cave where you can find unusual rock formations and see amazing stalagmites, stalactites and rock columns. You could also see the lava tubes that were formed by a volcanic eruption that happened more than two millennia ago. The longest lava tube, one of the longest in the world, measures more than 12,800 feet.

Lake Sacajawea Park is a historic park that features several amenities. You can go kayaking, fishing and canoeing. You can have a picnic or just stroll the Japanese Garden or the Solar System Walk. The park also features two one of a kind playgrounds and a rhododendron garden. You should also see the Lion's Shelter and the Hemlock Plaza Directory. You can also check out the Archie Anderson Park where you have more than six acres of space where you could play basketball and baseball, enjoy the playground or have a picnic. Meanwhile the Mark Hoehne Park has wide open spaces, a playground, and a covered picnic area. And the Victoria Freeman Park has six acres of space that have picnic facilities, basketball courts and open fields. Other parks in the city include Altrusa Park, Gerhart Gardens Park, John Null, and Roy Morse Park, among many others.

If you need a bus rental in Longview, Washington for your trip, call at 1-866-569-2012 today.

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