Rent a Bus to Take in Some Sun, Surf & Shopping
With its beaches and boardwalks, New Jersey’s Atlantic Ocean shoreline stretches from Sandy Hook in the north to Cape May in the south. Fresh ocean breezes cool more than 100 miles of sandy beaches. Hop from town to town or find one, and plant your flag, you will not regret the trip.
The boardwalks in Wildwood and Point Pleasant are well-trod. Asbury Park, where Bruce Springsteen made the Stone Pony famous, is once again popular, thanks to a revived boardwalk with new restaurants, boutique shopping and live music all year long. Cape May's restaurants and Victorian homes and downtown shopping area lure tourists to the historic town.
Marinas offer parasailing and other water activities as well as boat cruises and whale watches. Don’t miss the scenic vistas of the region’s parks and the post card perfect views from the 11 majestic lighthouses that dot the New Jersey shoreline.
Whether you’re planning a family beach vacation or a luxury wedding, you can rely on US Coachways. With a fleet of buses built to meet the needs of any size group, we safely deliver you to your destination in comfort, and at a great price. An ideal travel option for community groups of all types, school trips and church groups as well as special events such as birthdays, bachelor parties and anniversaries, we offer city bus charter rentals to locations throughout New Jersey. Plan your itinerary, and our staff of customer specialists, drivers and dispatchers will make sure it’s a memorable trip.
Do it All at NJ’s Scenic Seaside
From boardwalks and sunny beaches to quaint downtowns and towering lighthouses, the joys of the New Jersey shore will impress anyone. Below is a short list of points of interest that visitors will find in their travels through Asbury Park, Point Pleasant, Long Beach Island, Cape May and more.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Nothing says New Jersey like its boardwalks, amusement piers and Atlantic City's casinos. Still, the Jersey shore’s entertainment scene is more than roller coasters, arcades and water parks. Hometown hero Bruce Springsteen made Asbury Park’s Stone Pony famous, and the city remains a hot music scene with Convention Hall, along with the adjacent Paramount Theater drawing national acts. But if roller coasters are your passion, don’t miss Six Flags Great Adventure. Though not technically on the Jersey shore, the amusement park, located in nearby Jackson, draws visitors by the busload. It’s never been easier to get there with US Coachways serving as the official bus charter service for Six Flags amusement parks nationwide.
- Arts & Cultural — Looking for arts and culture. Visit Cape May where the Cape May Stage theater company, located in the heart of the downtown historic district, provides award-winning professional theater in an intimate setting.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Shopping for more than t-shirts and shot glasses? Explore quaint downtowns and unique boutiques, from Cape May’s out-door shopping concourse to the Point Pavilion Antiques Center in Point Pleasant.
- Golf Courses & Sport Venues — The Atlantic City area is home to many delightful golf courses. The course at Cape May National Golf Club, nicknamed "The Natural," surrounds a 50-acre private bird sanctuary.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — Beyond sandy beaches, New Jersey’s seaside towns are rich in history, from the Victorian charm of the Emlem Physick Estate to a revolutionary war battlefield and the open-air living history museum at Historic Cold Spring Village in Cape May. New Jersey’s majestic lighthouses tell fascinating tales of bygone seafarers and the dangers they faced, and 11 are open to the public. Lucy the Elephant, the 127-year old giant wooden sculpture of a red, saddled pachyderm, remains America’s oldest roadside attraction.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Looking to leave the beach and boardwalks behind. The Jersey shore offers plenty of outdoor activities, from bird watching and hiking to boating and jet skis. Explore the dozens of shipwrecks that litter the New Jersey coastline. Photograph the wildlife at Cape May National Wildlife Refuge. Or try your hand at fishing at Casino Fishing Pier in Seaside Heights, where fishermen pull striped bass, blue fish, skates and dogfish.
- Zoos & Aquariums — Lions and leopards and whales, oh my! Whale watch cruises take off daily from area marinas. Would you rather stay on land? Tour the Jenkinson’s Aquarium in Point Pleasant, or the Cape May County Zoo, with its 250 species, as well as lush country gardens.
Don’t Wait To Book Your Jersey Shore Bus Charter
Booking your Jersey Shore charter bus rental takes just a few simple steps. Send an email, go online or call our account specialists any time, day or night. Give us your itinerary and we’ll take it from there. For a free quote or to book your trip, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).