Explore the Hudson Valley on a N.Y. Charter Bus
History Buffs, Shoppers & Art Lovers Enjoy Hudson Valley Bus Rentals
The towns have names like Nyack, Hudson and Rhinebeck. There are palatial home that once belonged to families named Rockefeller and Vanderbilt. Franklin D. Roosevelt built his presidential library here. And everybody knows all about Sleepy Hollow and that headless horseman.
But the Hudson Valley is more than a string of charming river towns, historic estates and ghostly legends. It’s also home to the West Point military academy as well as museums and shopping, hiking trails, ski slopes and one of the country’s biggest Renaissance festivals.
From start to finish, you can trust US Coachways to take the worry out of your travel plans. We offer the best bus rental rates possible and personal customer service to ensure a fantastic bus trip for groups of all sizes and school trips as well as special events such as wedding activities, birthdays and anniversaries. With our fleet of mini buses, party buses and luxury coaches, we offer city bus charters to locations throughout New York state, including the Adirondacks and Westchester County and Albany. Tell us where you want to go, and then relax as our accounts specialists, dispatchers and drives handle the rest.
Scenic Mountains, Quaint Main Streets & More
From the Catskill Mountains to the FDR’s house in Hyde Park, there are plenty of fabulous experiences and points of interest that make the Hudson Valley a year-round destination for travelers. Below is a short rundown of things to do and see during your travels through the Hudson Valley, part of which is located in Westchester County.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — From haunted houses to zip lining, the area along the shores of the Hudson River offer some unique amusements. Catamount Adventure Park in Hillsdale is a forest adventure with its 12 tree-top aerial courses. Big Bear Zip Lines offers a canopy zip line tour over 50 acres of woodlands in the middle of Hyde Park. Looking for more chills? A visit to Headless Horseman Hayride & Haunted Houses dares you to explore 45 acres of foreboding woods, endure a harrowing hayride and visit six haunted houses.
- Arts & Cultural — America’s first arts movement started in the Hudson Valley in 1825, and paintings by the famed Hudson River School artists can be found in major museums throughout the world. Today, the area is a paradise for art lovers, from the 500-acre sculpture garden at Storm King Art Center in Cornwall or the stone labyrinth at Opus 40 in Saugerties. Shop for oil paintings, stained glass, antiques and jewelry from the artists at the Sugarloaf craft village. If its performing arts you want, then see a play at the Center for Performing Arts in Rhinebeck or a concert at Basilica Hudson, the former 19th century factory converted into a performance space on the Hudson waterfront.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Whether it’s the antique table you’ve been looking for or a must-have chic dress, there are amazing finds hidden in the antique stores, boutiques, designer stores and outlets. The river towns like Nyack, Hudson and Rhinebeck have charming main streets lined with antique stores, boutiques and art galleries. Find great bargains in Central Valley, where Woodbury Common boasts the world’s largest collection of designer outlets.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — With panoramic view and magnificent scenery, the Hudson Valley hosts some amazing golf courses set among rolling hills and quaint villages. Among the public courses is the West Point Golf Course located on the grounds of the U.S. military academy.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — Henry Hudson sailed up the Hudson River in 1609. Since then, the region has been home to presidents, writers and the powerful businessmen who helped forge this country. The area’s rich history includes the commanding U.S. Military Academy at West Point and FDR’s former home in Hyde Park (now the site of his presidential library). Be sure to visit Kykuit, the hilltop palace that housed four generations of the Rockefeller family, as well as Olana, the mansion created by artist Frederick Church in the town of Hudson.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — For those who like the great outdoors, the Hudson Valley is a paradise with thousands of miles of hiking trails, not to mention ski resorts, world-renowned rock climbing, boat cruises and fantastic fishing. State parks and wilderness reserves include the Mianus River Gorge and Big Bear, as well as the unique Walkway over the Hudson State Historic Park that spans the river with the world’s longest elevated pedestrian bridge.
- Other Points of Interest — Looking for something that’s a bit off the beaten path? The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in Rhinebeck houses a collection of antique airplanes, cars and motorcycles in four museum buildings and holds weekend air shows. Stroll the grounds of a Buddhist monastery in Carmel. Or visit Pine Bush, the village known as the UFO Capital of the United States and host to an annual UFO Festival every April.
Call Today to Reserve Your Hudson Valley Bus Charter Rental
You can depend on US Coachways and our bus charter rentals 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)