Cruise around in Brockton’s Urban and Natural Landscape in a Charter Bus
Visit Parks, Theaters, Malls and Historical Landmarks Comfortably and Affordably
Brockton is known as ‘The City of Champions’ for a very good reason – this is where world famous boxers like Rocky Marciano and Marvin Halger call home. On top of that, the city boasts of a highly successful Brockton High School sports program that supports, promotes and educates students to become top class sportsmen. When sporting season is in, you will find locals organizing group trips to catch a game by Brockton Rox at Campanelli Stadium. On top of being the windiest city in the country, it is also the seventh largest and most populous city in the state of Massachusetts. Most parts of Brockton is urban but there are a few pieces of lands that retains their natural settings which includes Salisbury Plain River, D.W. Field Park, Beaver Brook Conservation Land, Ames Nowell State Park, Waldo Lake and Brockton Reservoir.
US Coachways is one of the country’s biggest charter bus rental companies and we serve many cities in Massachusetts which includes Brockton, Boston, Concord, New Bedford, Lexington, Springfield and many more. Find out how you can make use of bus rental services to book a charter bus, coach, party bus, mini bus, school bus, wedding limousine, exotic car for your wedding, birthday, anniversary, corporate function, meeting, bachelor or bachelorette party or other small and large event anywhere in Massachusetts.
World Class Attractions and Historical Landmarks Galore
With countless attractions and interesting landmarks to explore, Brockton has become a bigger tourist attraction over the last decades because of consistent improvements introduced by authorities. Here are some points of interest to check out when you are in town with or without a charter bus.
- Art & Cultural — Fuller Craft Museum offer beyond merely art and craft exhibits, it is located in the woods and over a lake, so, the atmosphere is very relaxed and comfortable. Although it is located in the woods, the drive to this attraction will take no more than 10 minutes in normal traffic. The craft museum actively promotes art education through regular collaborations and outreach programs throughout the year. It had a very humble beginning as a small art and craft museum meant to honor the memory of Myron Fuller, a passionate geologist, hydrologist and founder of this Brockton attraction.
- Restaurants & Shopping — When it comes time to do some shopping in Brockton MA, bring the charter bus around to Westgate Mall, a small but historical mall in the downtown metropolis. It is the oldest closed shopping mall in the state of Massachusetts. Here, you will find your unique retail outlets, restaurants, cafes, coffee houses and large brand names like Lowe’s A.C. Moore, Tous “R” Us and Wal-Mart to get your daily essentials. The mall was opened in 1963 and measures more than 600,000 square feet. If you can’t find what you are looking for in Westgate Mall, try checking out nearby malls, namely South Shore Plaza and Silver City Galleria instead.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues – Home to the Brockton Rox college baseball team, this is where the locals get their sports fix or hang out with friends while cheering on their favorite team over weekend games. The name Campanelli stadium was named after Alfred Campanelli who was a generous donor and champion for many respectable causes for Brockton communities. He championed after home ownership for single-families and donated millions used towards the creation and construction of the stadium. Despite moving to Illinois and running a nationally-known real estate agency, Alfred Campanelli has a special place in his heart for the city of Brockton. Check out their website for schedule and come join in the fun during your trip! Visitors can have a few rounds of golf at D.W. Field Golf Course located at Oak Street Brockton MA. This 18 hole golf course was built and designed in 1926 offer a par 70 golf course with fantastic landing and open areas. Thorny Lea Golf Club is another hidden gem of Brockton MA which was established in 1900. The resort-style club has venues for all types of events and celebration so, check their website for details and pricing.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — Rocky Marciano, a local homegrown champion boxer, earned himself a name in the city of Brockton. It was because of his and Marvin Hagler’s excellent performances in boxing that earned Brockton its nickname of ‘City of Champions’. The Rocky Marciano statue is located in Champions Park on Forest Ave. and it reminds us about the feat achieved by Marciano who is so far the only undefeated boxer in the country with 49 fights and 49 wins. So, head over to snap a picture with the historical statue when you can!
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — There are countless neighborhood and community recreational areas in Brockton MA but if you are looking for a major park, consider organizing an event at Hillstrom Farm Park or Salisbury River Plain. Need to get a reprieve from city life? Head over to Beaver Brook Conservation and Massachusetts Audubon Land with your loved ones as a weekend getaway in the middle of a natural environment. Visitors can do some people-watching at Eldon B. Keith field or head over to Cosgrove Municipal Pool or Manning Pool for some fun in the water. Join the locals for their everyday outdoor activities at neighborhood parks like City Hall Park, Otis Street Park or Keith Park. In the meantime, kids can make some new friends at the well-maintained playgrounds at Hancock Field, Plymouth Street Recreation Area and McKinley Park.
Competitive Pricing and Great Service from US Coachways
There is more than just one reason to use US Coachways to meet with your bus rental needs in Brockton MA. Amongst the reason is that our service is priced competitively without compromising quality service. We provide great prices and services at the same time so, head over to our contact us page and get your bus charter rental quote now.