Planning a Charter Bus Rental in Lubbock, Texas?
Lubbock Charter Bus
Lubbock is waiting to be explored by you and your charter bus group! First stop along the way is Buddy Holly's statue and Walk of Fame. Let your charter bus group see the statue of the man, guitar in hand, that helped build rock-n-roll and had his life cut short in an airplane crash in 1959.
In 1979, Holly became the first inductee into the West Texas Walk of Fame that surrounds the statue. Other inductees to the West Texas Walk of Fame include actor Barry Corbin (TV's Northern Exposure) and musicians Roy Orbison, Tanya Tucker, and Waylon Jennings.
Another fun stop along the way for your charter bus tour is Lubbock Lake Landmark. This 300-acre archaeological dig is believed to be the only site in North America where a complete record of 12,000 years of human history has been uncovered. A time line on display tells our charter bus group about each group that has inhabited the region, from the nomadic hunters of the Paleo-Indian period to the pioneers of the late 1800s.
There is beauty, lots of beauty in Lubbock. Your charter bus group will love the next stop on your charter bus tour of Lubbock: Buffalo Springs Lake. It is a natural, spring-fed oasis nestled in beautiful Yellow House Canyon on one of the forks of the Brazos River. Once here, challenge yourself to a game of horseshoes at their nationally famous horseshoe pits, or compete with friends on our volleyball courts.
Bird watchers, bring your binoculars and enjoy the Audubon Society Nature Trail. Your charter bus group can enjoy a picnic right beside the Lake at one of their many picnic areas, highlighted with abundant shade, clean facilities and unspoiled surroundings. Don't forget your cameras either!
Move your charter bus gang a little forward in time and take them to the National Ranching Heritage Center, where they can see the history of ranching in North America as told through over 30 different structures on this 14-acre facility.
Golf is another great past time in Lubbock. Your charter bus gang will love teeing off on one of the many lush and well maintained golf courses Lubbock has to offer. 9 holes or 18, a good golf game awaits.
In historic downtown of Lubbock, LHUCA is the home for arts on the South Plains. Any kind of art your charter bus group can imagine is found on the ever-growing arts campus. Your charter bus gang can explore the galleries, watch a play, screen a film, or sit back and enjoy the famous “Lubbock sound” at a music event.
Eating is no problem in Lubbock. Some great eateries to take your charter bus gang to are Abuelo's for some fantastic Mexican style cuisine, County Line where the cookin' is so Southern, gravy is a side dish, or Orlandos has a huge menu and great food. Another great stop is at the Caboose! Enjoy lunch, dinner, midway games, a game of pool, or just a casual meeting with friends at either of the two Lubbock locations.
Bring your gang to Lubbock on your next charter bus trip!