Explore the New York Adirondacks by Charter Bus
From Winter Sports to Summer Fun, Adirondacks Bus Rentals Provide Adventure for Everyone
There’s one word that describes the Adirondacks region: Unspoiled. Towering mountains, pristine lakes and scenic forests make up the six-million-acre Adirondack Park and create a paradise for those who love the wilderness.
From skiing to hiking, hunting, horseback riding, fishing and water sports, the Adirondacks region is an all-season destination. Yet there’s plenty of civilization as well. Immerse yourself in history at Fort Ticonderoga, shop the outlet stores at Lake George or splash and scream at several theme parks.
From start to finish, trust US Coachways to take the worry out of your travel plans. Whether you are arranging fun wedding activities or a memorable school trip, our extensive fleet of buses allows us to easily accommodate any size group, large or small. We offer affordable bus rental prices and great customer service, making us a popular travel choice for community groups, church groups, schools and teams.
We offer bus charter rentals with private drivers to locations throughout New York state, including Syracuse, New York City and Long Island. Give us your itinerary, pick your mode of travel and then sit back and enjoy the ride.
Plenty To Do & See in the Adirondacks
There’s no shortage of points of interest to enjoy and amazing experiences to be had in the Adirondacks, whether it’s exploring the region’s 46 high peaks or winding through scenic villages. Below are some highlights of things to see and do during your visit.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Even in a region known for its outdoor activities, there’s plenty of other entertainments and amusements, from local festivals to amusement parks. Hill and Hallow Music in Saranac is famed for renowned musical performances. In winter, the town hosts the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival, the oldest festival of its kind on the East Coast. In springtime, Elvis fans and wannabes flock to Lake George for the annual Elvis Festival and Competition. Or spend the day at any one of many theme parks in the region, the best known among them is The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom in Lake George, one of 11 Six Flags theme parks operating in the United States for which US Coachways is the official charter bus company.
- Arts & Cultural — Hidden among the towering mountain peaks are a treasure trove of cultural attractions from the theatrical performances at NCCCA Art Center in Plattsburg to the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake and the galleries dotted throughout the Lake Placid and Lake George regions. The Adirondack Folk School in Lake Luzerne continues the Adirondack crafts tradition, with workshops, lectures, concerts. In Au Sable Forks, the Tahawus Lodge Center is renowned for offering lively programs including dance and theater. Art lovers shouldn’t miss the historic Hyde House in Glens Falls, home to the famed Hyde Collection with its 3,000 paintings and sculptures by the likes of Picasso, Degas and Diego Rivera.
- Restaurants & Shopping — From Main Street shops to factory outlets, the Adirondack’s is a shopper’s paradise. The Lake George area has a string of factory outlets, not to mention antique stores and decorative shops, as well as 300 cafes, bistros and pubs. If its quaint downtowns you want, don’t miss Bolton Landing or Glens Falls.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — There are more than 60 challenging golf courses peppered throughout the Adirondacks, including some of the nation’s most beautiful courses in the United States. Craig Wood, who won the U.S. Open and Masters in the same year, designed the Lake Placid course that bears his name. The Lake Placid Club's Mountain Course was designed by Alistair Mackenzie, the same architect of Augusta National and Cypress Point. The Malone Golf Club, meanwhile, has been called one the "Best Places to Play" by Golf Digest.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — The Adirondacks played a major role in U.S. history dating back to colonial days. Relive the Revolutionary War at Fort Ticonderoga, which overlooks Lake Champlain. French and Indian War re-enactors descend on Rogers Memorial Park in Bolton Landing every June. The War of 1812 Museum in Plattsburg explores the significance of the Battle of Lake Champlain in our nation’s history. Within the walls of Lake George’s Fort William Henry uniformed 18th century soldiers demonstrate musket and cannon fire, drills and fort life as it was lived more than 200 years ago.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — The Adirondacks quite literally define outdoor adventure with 2,000 miles of Adirondack Park trails through ancient forest glens, scenic lakes and mountain streams as well as glacier-etched gorges and beautiful waterfalls. From the thrilling AuSable River to the towering 5,344-foot Mount Marcy, stunning views await hikers, canoers, cyclers and nature lovers. Eighty different species of fish call Lake Champlain home. In winter, hit the ski slopes, rent a snowmobile or rocket down a bob sled track at Lake Placid’s Olympic Complex.
Reserve Your Adirondacks Bus Charter Rental Now
Nothing beats US Coachways for comfort, reliability and great bus rental rates. Whether you want to reserve a party bus or a 56-seat coach bus, our professional account specialists are on call 24/7 to make the arrangements. For a free quote or to book your luxury bus charter, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427)