Planning a Charter Bus Rental in Provo, Utah?
Provo Charter Bus
Head to Provo for your next charter bus excursion and you will find there is fun in store for you and your entire charter bus group.
Take a stop by Seven Peaks Water Park where your charter bus group can go wild on 25-acres of watery fun. Your charter bus group can glide down the many slides and splash around the lake-sized wave pool. There is even a smaller, gentler wave pool for the younger set. A splashing good time for everyone in your charter bus gang will be found here. If you're visiting in the colder months or you just want to cool off in from the summer heat, The Peaks Ice Arena (built for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games) is open to the public year-round and offers two Olympic-sized rinks. Skate rentals are available to your charter bus group.
If golf is an activity your charter bus gang enjoys, Provo has it in abundance. Charter a stop by the East Bay, Seven Peaks, or Riverside Golf Courses and tee off. They all offer 18 holes of fun and varying degrees of difficulty for your charter bus gang. There are pro shops and snack bars available at all three courses and there is a driving range at Riverside if you just want to hit a bucket of balls with your charter bus group.
There is abundance shopping in Provo and many antique shops. Your charter bus gang will love the downtown area with its many window shopping opportunities and niche shops. A special stop for the antique lovers in your charter bus group, is at the Brigham Book & Copy where your charter bus tour can see shelf after shelf of antiquarian books. There are racks and shelves littered with used, rare, out-of-print, and antique books. This is the kind of place where you’ll likely run across one of those rare treasures that you've been looking for to complete your antique book collection.
The North American Museum of Ancient Life is an astounding collection for your charter bus tour to take in. This facility is dedicated to bridging the gap between modernity and nature. This museum contains a cornucopia of dinosaur fossils, paleontology exhibits, and sixty dinosaur skeletal exhibits. Aside from traditional still exhibits, the museum also boasts the aptly named Mammoth Screen Theater, whose 70-millimeter projection system and state-of-the-art sound system will make your charter bus gang feel as though they are in the movie, not watching it!
An intriguing stop for your charter bus group is the McCurdy Historical Doll Museum. An intriguing collection of historic dolls and toys. There are over 4,000 dolls displayed in this restored carriage house. There are also exhibits of toy soldiers, American Indian dolls, First Ladies of America, rare boy dolls, and so much more. Everyone in your charter bus group will be taken back to their childhoods. Hours are Open Tuesday - Saturday from noon until 6 p.m. Winter hours are 1PM - 5PM.
The Provo Museum of Art is a hands on artful experience for everyone in your charter bus group. There is the opportunity to learn from one of their many little seminars and take in the featured exhibits. There is also a small restaurant for your charter bus gang to grab a snack.
Speaking of snacks, if your charter bus group is having hunger pangs, take a stop at Diamond Lil's is a great place to get a steak and potato with all the fixings. Another great place for your charter bus group to grab a meal is at Maglebys, where you will find all American fare from burgers to friend chicken to steaks.
Provo is a great place to visit and you'll be glad you and your group visited via charter bus!