Enjoy San Bernardino on a California Charter Bus Rental

Rent a Bus to Wine, Dine & Shop the Inland Empire 

Tucked between Los Angeles to the west and the magnificent California deserts to the east, San Bernardino sits at the heart of California’s Inland Empire and boasts an exhilarating mix of cultural attractions, history and urban delights.

Beyond the city limits, the surrounding region is alive with leisure activities from outlet malls and NASCAR racing to winter sports and summer fun as well as the Temecula wine region, which boasts many award-winning wineries.

Whether it’s a family vacation or a corporate outing, US Coachways offers city bus charters to locations throughout California, including San Francisco, Lake Tahoe and San Diego. Our extensive fleet of vehicles is suitable for groups of all sizes. Add affordable prices and superior customer service and US Coachways is an ideal choice for community and church organizations, school trips and team travel as well as special events such as bachelor parties and anniversary parties. Our account specialists are available at all hours to handle your reservation. Just choose your destination and method of travel, and let us do the rest.

Experience Concerts, Museums, NASCAR & more

From outdoor adventurers to art lovers, poker players, NASCAR fans and wine connoisseurs, San Bernardino and its surrounding offer activities and points of interest that appeal to all interests. Below is a short roundup of attractions that visitors to the area will find on their travels.


  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Entertainment and amusement abound in and around San Bernardino. The likes of Tim McGraw, Tom Petty and Eminem have performed on the enormous stage at the San Manuel Amphitheater in Glen Helen Regional Park. Castle Park, located in Riverside, has amusement park rides and a carnival midway. Try your luck at the Pechanga Resort & Casino Head in Temecula, California’s largest casino, before enjoying dinner at one of the resort’s fine restaurants.
  • Arts & Cultural — San Bernardino is a small city with a vibrant arts community from the collections at the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art (affectingly known by locals as RAFFMA) to the outdoor concerts at Court Street Square. Visit the California Theatre of Performing Arts, where the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra has its home, or catch a play at the Sturges Theater.
  • Restaurants & Shopping — From the largest outlet mall in California to the stores and restaurants in San Bernardino’s “Hospitality Lane,” the Inland Empire has plenty to offer shoppers and diners. Head to Ontario Mills to hunt for bargains, or enjoy the mix of fine restaurants, high-end retail and cafes at Victorian Gardens, the outdoor shopping center in Rancho Cucamonga.
  • Golf Courses & Sport Venues — In a state known for its sports venues and gold courses, the San Bernardino region holds up its end. The excitement of NASCAR racing can be found in Fontana at the California Speedway while the Glen Helen Raceway offers motocross and grand prix. Cheer on the Inland Empire 66ers, the minor league affiliate of the Los Angele Angels, from the stands of San Manuel Stadium. Or tee up at Shandin Hills Golf Club, rated as one of southern California's top golf courses.
  • Historic Sites & Landmarks — From the stately mansions of California’s citrus barons to the site of the very first McDonald’s restaurant, the San Bernardino region boasts its own unique historic attractions. The county courthouse in San Bernardino was once a military fort. For a taste of the Old West, visit Temecula’s Old Town district or head to Calico Ghost Town, once a flourishing silver mining town that is now a county park.
  • Parks & Outdoor Activities — Travelers will find summer fun at Big Bear Lake, winter sports in the San Jacinto Mountains and a lot of both in the San Bernardino National Forest and Lake Arrowhead. A bit closer to home, San Bernardino County operates nine parks totaling more than 9,200 acres and 17.8 miles of trails scattered between metropolitan, mountain and desert areas.
  • Other Points of Interest — A trip outside the city limits will reveal many unique attractions, from the Fender Museum in Corona to the Redlands Historical Glass Museum. Not to be overlooked is the Temecula wine country. Though barely 40 years old, it’s an undiscovered vintage among California’s wine-making regions with 3,000-acres of vineyards and close to three dozen family-owned wineries.

Reserve Your San Bernardino Bus Charter Now

Whether it’s a weekend tour of the Temecula wine country, a corporate golf outing or a concert at the San Manuel Amphitheater, US Coachways will make it your San Bernardino bus trip worth remembering. To learn more about our California bus charters or to make a reservation. Contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).

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