Finding an Affordable and Comfortable Charter Bus in Statesboro, GA

Rent a Bus to Travel in Comfort around Statesboro’s Historic Districts and Enjoy its Tourist Attractions

Statesboro was merely a small trading community that plays second fiddle to the region’s surrounding communities and provides essentials to neighboring plantations. That was Statesboro’s humble early start as a bustling city. It wasn’t until 1906 that the city grew to a point that the famed Georgia Southern University was incorporated. After the Civil War and World Word II, developments began in earnest and there were introductions of new stores, restaurants, banks, malls and shopping attractions. Today, Statesboro’s economy consist of a diverse melting pot of various industries which includes education, agriculture, business and manufacturing.

Statesboro is strategically-located and surrounded by many of the region’s important tourist hubs, therefore, you can never run out of fun activities to do in the city, whether you are traveling solo or with a group in a charter bus. Amongst the attractions you can find are The Clubhouse at Hackers for fun indoor recreational activities, Leahy Art Gallery Fine Art, 67 Antique Mall which is one of the largest of its kind, and The Center for Wildlife Education at Georgia Southern University featuring challenging trails and gorgeous gardens.

The attractions, historical buildings and green spaces are often used for group events like wedding receptions, prom nights, birthday parties, corporate function, business meetings, team-building exercises, school field trips, church retreats and outings, sports events and other types of fun outings. Give US Coachways a call if you are looking for a charter bus, mini bus, school bus, party bus, limousine, tour bus or other types of modern vehicles in Statesboro and other Georgia cities. US Coachways is one of the country’s leading charter bus rental companies and with our experience and wide network, we are confident about being about to help you find a to a budget-friendly charter bus.

Getting to Know the Different Sides to Statesboro, GA

Discover hidden gems, Statesboro’s art galleries, learn about the city’s culture and history during your trip. Here are some of Statesboro’s important landmarks and iconic points of interest to include in your travel list of things to do.


  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Over the years, there has been many entertainment and recreational facilities being built in Statesboro but one of the more popular ones is The Clubhouse at Hackers. Featuring a whole host of amenities all under one roof, visitors will get to enjoy fun activities like Coca-Cola 125 Raceway’s electric go-karts, golf range, mini golf course, batting cages, bowling, arcade, laser tag, indoor playground, party and event venue. The attraction is great for people of all ages, including grownups. Another fun location to have a weekend party at is Fun Zone Amusement and Sports Park in Pooler, GA. Fun Zone is an alternative for the locals whenever The Clubhouse gets too packed but we think both are unrivaled when it comes to variety of games and quality facilities. To catch the latest film, be it a Hollywood film or a foreign movie, head over to Carmike 12 Cinema on Lovett Road. Splash in The Boro is an outdoor water theme park that has fun slides, rides, pools and other water-related activities...the perfect place to bring your loved ones. It will be a day of swimming and running around the park’s floats and squirts with the kids!
  • Art & Cultural — The Leahy Art Gallery Fine Art and Custom Framing in Richmond Hill, GA, has been providing the residents of Statesboro and its surrounding cities with a great gallery to explore whenever inspiration is needed. Featured are artworks of the watercolor, drawing, oil and print genre. There are other more intimate art galleries located all around Statesboro’s city center and it includes Averitt Center For the Arts on Main Street and West Main Art and Gallery Studio. To learn up about the city’s history and deep culture, organize a field trip to Richmond Hill Historical Society Museum. This cultural center is located along Ford Avenue and Timber Trail Road in Richmond Hill. All year round, the museum offers lectures and tours for visitors to learn about Georgia’s colonization history. If you have the time, hit the Coastal Bryan Heritage Trail before you leave.
  • Restaurant & Shopping — Shopping in the quaint outlets in Statesboro’s city center brings visitors much joy as there are so many interesting and charming outlets to shop at. You can shop for antiques at 67 Antique Mall’s spacious aluminum building with lots of nick knacks to choose from. You can also bring the charter bus around to River Street Savannah where there are fun festivals and art fairs which will bring you closer to the locals. Check out the various bargain buys and discount items from shopping attractions like Belk Department Store, Walgreens and Statesboro Mall on Northside Drive E and Vintage Connection on E Vine Street. The local Statesboro dining scene is quite a diverse one with Beaver House Restaurant with bed and breakfast services and traditional American food, fiery Thai fanfare from Coconut Thai Cuisine, authentic Chinese dishes at Southern Palace Restaurant on S Main Street, that quick grab-and-go sandwich from Pita Pit and grilled-to-perfection barbecue meals from Vandy’s Barbecue.
  • Historical Sites & Landmarks — The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in downtown Savannah is one of the most stunning historical buildings in Georgia. Designed and built between 1873 to 1896, the church is called the Mother Church of the Roman Catholics Disocese of Savannah. This important religious landmark was almost destroyed by a fire in 1898 but because the residents saw a need to maintain it, much effort went into restoring it to its former glory so, don’t miss the chance to visit this building and take lots of pictures of it. If you love history and architecture, don’t forget to take a scenic walk around Savannah Historic District that features a large urban area. Regarded as one of the largest districts of its kind in the country, visitors are treated to a large number of 18th and 19th century buildings with Greek, Georgian and Gothic styles. Among them are the First African Baptist Church, the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences and Temple Mickve Israel (the 3rd oldest synagogue in the nation), just to name a few.
  • Parks & Outdoor Activities —  Looking to do some outdoor recreational activities with kids or teenagers? You can easily take your pick from some of these outstanding attractions. You can learn a whole lot about the wildlife in The Center for Wildlife Education at Georgia Southern University which also has a well-equipped playground and trail to walk on. On top of presenting patrons with interactive and hands-on exhibits, the University has manicured gardens where you can spot hawks, birds, eagles and owls in their natural habitat. There is also a very interesting farmstead with lots of plants and flowers to enjoy, especially during spring and summer. If you want to give yourself a bit of a challenge, try heading over to Davidson-Arabia Mountain and explore rare plant species while hiking along its trails. Located approximately 3 miles from Georgia Southern University is Whitesville Community Recreational Park which has colorful tire obstacle courses, outdoor space and playground. Young children can also get to enjoy Tread Town Playground’s amusement center and climbing areas and if you visit during 4th of July, bring your group in the charter bus to Joe Baker Park where there are special events and celebrations. In the meantime, try rafting, kayaking, swimming or play some tennis at Tom Triplett Community Park in downtown Pooler, picnicking at J F Gregory City Park in Richmond Hill, thousands of acres of marshes, forests and wetlants at Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, surfing and sunbathing at South Beach. Don’t forget to check out a concert at Forsyth Park in downtown Savannah.

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In our effort to ensure that we are always available to our charter bus rental customers, there is a 24/7-available customer service consultant waiting to answer all the questions you may have about renting a charter bus from US Coachways in Statesboro, GA. The number to call is 1-855-BUS-CHARTER. You can also get a quick quote via email when you contact us via our online request form.

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