Discover Cumberland on a Maryland Bus Charter
Rent a Bus to View Cumberland's Mountain Scenery & Historic Sites
At the base of the Appalachian Mountains in Allegany County, the city of Cumberland offers small town charm with a history that dates to the French and Indian War. There’s also live theater, casino gambling and mountain adventures.
A ride on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad in vintage train cars carries visitors past stunning mountain scenery and back in time to the golden age of rail travel.
Trust US Coachways to take the anxiety out of your travel plans. Affordable bus rental rates and exceptional personal customer service ensure a fantastic bus trip for groups of all sizes, from school trips to church groups as well as special events such as wedding activities, bachelor parties, birthdays and anniversaries. With a fleet of mini buses, party buses and luxury coaches, we offer city bus charters to locations throughout Maryland, including Baltimore, Annapolis and Ocean City. Pick your destination and let our accounts specialists, dispatchers and drivers handle the rest.
Scenic Mountains, Small Town Charm & More
From the casino at Rocky Gap to outdoor summer concerts and hiking the hemlock forest of Rocky Gap State Park, Cumberland s your entry point to Western Maryland. Below are some of the many attractions and points of interest to visit during your travel through the region
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Amid the small-town charm, Cumberland has free summertime concerts and casino gambling at the Rocky Gap Casino, Which is also home to bars, restaurants and more than 500 slot machines and table games.
- Arts & Cultural — Although far from the bright lights of Baltimore, Cumberland has a thriving arts and cultural scene. Catch a show at the Cumberland Theater or peruse the various museums that dot the region, from the collections at the C. William Gilchrist Museum of the Arts to the costumed docents at the Thrasher Carriage Museum.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Cumberland’s quaint downtown boasts a number of restaurants and unique shops, among them the Fort Cumberland Emporium with three stories of antiques, furniture and jewelry. For cocktails and conversation, hit the bars at Rocky Gap Casino.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Tee off at the Cumberland Country Club, considered one of the finest in the region, or try the course at Rocky Gap Casino Resort. The resort is home to the only Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course in Maryland.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — It may be a cliché, but George Washington actually slept here -- in a one room cabin during the French and Indian War. Jump ahead 100 years, when the C&O Canal made Cumberland a commercial and transportation hub. Head to Canal Place to tour a full-scale canal boat replica. Historic homes along Washington Street tell the story of Cumberland’s Victorian-era heyday.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — From the extreme to the subdued, there’s an outdoor adventure for anyone from the C&O Canal towpath to Lake Habeeb and Evitt’s Mountain, both located in scenic Rocky Gap State Park. If you prefer to gaze at mountain scenery without the hiking, take a ride on Western Maryland Scenic Railroad to Frostburg.
- Zoos & Aquariums — Built more than a decade ago by Cumberland resident Bob Candy, the zoo is recovering from a devastating fire in 2006. Still, the park is home to 30 species of animals.
Call Today to Reserve Your Cumberland Bus Rental
Explore Cumberland on a US Coachways city bus charter. You can depend on us for a smooth and comfortable ride at a great price. Our professional account specialists are available 24/7 to answer your questions. For a free quote or to book your bus charter trip, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427)