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Enjoy the Ride on Our Akron, OH Bus Charters

Rent a Bus to Visit National Parks & Historic Homes

Rising from the rolling hills of the Western Reserve along the Ohio & Erie Canal, Akron sits almost 40 miles south of Lake Erie along the Little Cuyahoga River. Once a humble canal town, it evolved into the “rubber capital of the world” thanks to the likes of Goodrich, Firestone and Goodyear. Today, it boasts the Akron Museum of Art, the home of abolitionist John Brown and the shops at Quaker Square, once the headquarters for the famed oatmeal maker.

The nearby Cuyahoga Valley National Park is an all-season playground for outdoor lovers.

Planning a school trip, a corporate event or a bachelor party? US Coachways offers the best bus rental rates possible and personal customer service to ensure a great trip. Add to that an extensive fleet of mini buses, party buses and coaches with luxury amenities, and we are an ideal choice for community organizations, church groups and team travel as well as special events such as wedding activities, birthdays and anniversaries. Our bus charters head to locations throughout Ohio, including Toledo, Dayton and Cleveland. Give us your itinerary and our accounts specialists, dispatchers and drivers will do everything to ensure a smooth ride.

Rubber Ducks, Soap Box Derby & More

Every summer brings excitement with the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club and the All-American Soap Box Derby. Yet Akron is a year-round destination. Surrounded by lush green acres, the city is home to museums, restaurants and the Akron Rubber Ducks, a minor-league baseball team. Below are some of the points of interest visitors should not miss on their travels through the region.

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  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks — From the water slides at nearby Wildwater Kingdom to the blues clubs on Akron’s Northside neighborhood, this is a small city with a lot to offer. The landmark Lock 3 along the Ohio & Erie Canal transforms into an amphitheater that hosts festivals while the nearby Akron Civic Theater has been a venue for live performances for eight decades. The John S. Knight Center hosts concerts, shows, lavish galas and more year-round.

  • Arts & Cultural — Art lovers can spend a day perusing the exhibits at the Akron Art Museum and the Summit Artspace Gallery. At night, catch a performance by the Akron Symphony Orchestra and the Ballet Theater of Ohio or take in a show at the Weathervane Playhouse.

  • Restaurants & Shopping — Built on the site of the renovated mill that produced Quaker Oats, Quaker Square offers a unique home for shops and restaurants. Bargain hunters can hunt for treasurers at the Aurora Farms Premiums Outlets. Finished with your retail therapy? Grab a bite at one of the restaurants along Highland Square or Akron’s Northside neighborhood.

  • Golf Courses & Sports Venues — It makes sense that the “rubber capital of the world” would boast a minor league ball club named the Rubber Ducks. They play at Canal Park. The University of Akron’s football team plays at InfoCision Stadium. Looking to hit the links? The famed Firestone Country Club, home to the annual World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational tournament, also has a public course, known as the Raymond C. Firestone Public 9. Every summer brings excitement to Derby Downs with the All-American Soap Box Derby.

  • Historic Sites & Landmarks — Built by the “Rubber Barons,” Akron’s history has its share of colorful characters from General Simon Perkins and the abolitionist John Brown to F.A. Seiberling, founder of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Seiberling’s estate, located in the city’s historic Merriman Heights neighborhood, ranks seventh on the list of largest historic homes in the United States. For a look at what life was like in a 19th-century rural community, visit Hale Farm & Village in nearby Bath.

  • Parks & Outdoor Activities — Akron is surrounded by lush green scenery, from Cuyahoga Valley National Park to the 400-acre Portage Lake, a state park favored by a birdwatchers. Hikers and cross country skiers can enjoy 120 miles of trails in any of the 13 parks that make up the Summit County MetroParks system. Among the local favorites, the F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm has three ponds and a 16-acre arboretum.

  • Zoos & Aquariums — Looking for a day with the kids? The Akron Zoo, located just outside the city’s downtown, is a 50-acre venue built on property gifted by Akron’s founding family. Today, it is home to more than 700 animals.

Book Today & Save on Your Akron Bus Charter Rental With US Coachways

Visit Akron on a US Coachways city bus charter. It’s fast and easy to rent a bus by phone or online. The sooner you book your bus charter rental, the more you can save.  From bachelor parties to church group trips, enjoy a comfortable ride and great bus rental rates. Call our professional account specialists 24/7 to answer your questions or help you make a reservation. For a free quote or to book your bus charter trip, Contact Us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).


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