This charter bus is ready to take you to a wonderful town called Greenville.
Sightseeing in and around Greenville is a year-round activity, thanks to a mild climate and graceful change of seasons. Everyone on the charter bus is going to enjoy the rolling hills, beautiful mountains, lakes and the rivers. All serve as a delightful setting for your charter bus tour's outdoor adventures.
A great place to start is the new Liberty Bridge, a 380 ft pedestrian walkway overlooking a waterfall in the acclaimed Falls Park on the Reedy, your charter bus group will love the scenic view. The vibrant downtown won the prestigious 2003 Great American Main Street Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. All of you on the charter bus have to visit the museums, galleries, and the Greenville Zoo, and Shoeless Joe Jackson Sites.
Car enthusiasts will love the exhibition and tour at the BMW Zentrum. BMW's first plant outside Germany. For science buffs of all ages, on your charter bus, you must visit Roper Mountain Science Center for some hands-on experiments.
In Greenville and the Upcountry region you'll find the Blue Ridge Mountains, with their pristine lakes and scenic forest trails. When your charter bus gets to Greenville, make sure everyone on your charter bus tour packed a camera, this landscape is definitely photo worthy. For another Kodak moment for your charter bus group, Greenville has just the place for you, The Symmes Chapel. It is perched atop Standing Stone Mountain, this is a favorite spot for weddings and photographers. The open air chapel offers a scenic overlook of South Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains. Admission is always the right price: it's free!
There are the Cherokee Foothills. Your gang on the charter bus will enjoy this stop. It was once known as "Keowee Path" or "Cherokee Path", this 130-mile road was the route used by the Cherokees and the English and French fur traders. It now provides a scenic alternative to driving I-85 through SC. Extending from I-85 near the NC border to I-85 at the Georgia Line, this route allows the traveler to experience magnificent views and visit many attractions along the way, including seven State Parks. Your charter bus group will find it is just breathtaking!
Here is another great place to see and enjoy on your charter bus tour of Greenville. It is right outside downtown, called Cleveland Park. It is one of Greenville's oldest city parks, established 1923. The 126 acre park has miles of walking, jogging and biking trails along the historic Reedy River. Cleveland Park is home to the Vietnam War Memorial, the Major Rudolf Anderson Memorial, the Greenville Zoo and the Fernwood Nature Trail.
Abundant children's play areas, covered picnic shelters and picnic tables are provided; as well as basketball, tennis and softball facilities. The park is lined by trails to Falls Park on the Reedy, the Peace Center Gardens, Falls Cottage Garden, Rock Quarry Garden, the Historic Westend and downtown Greenville. Lots here for all the folks on the charter bus to see and do.
If your charter bus group likes waterfalls, this is the town for you. More than 50 waterfalls are found in the region, ranging in height from 40 to 700 feet. Issaqueena Falls, located in Stumphouse Tunnel Park, drops about 200 feet and is one of the most-visited waterfalls in the Upcountry. Whitewater Falls, is a set of two falls and is the highest series of falls in eastern America, plunging nearly 700 feet in more than half a mile before emptying into Lake Jocassee. Raven Cliff Falls, is a 420-foot high cascade in Bridge Wilderness and Recreation Area and one of the most breathtaking waterfalls in South Carolina. Don't miss the 60' waterfall in downtown Greenville at Falls Park on the Reedy.
Charter your next destination for Greenville, South Carolina and begin enjoying the scenary, history, and all this town has to offer your next charter bus tour.
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