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We all know kids can be hard to wrangle, especially when they’re excited for an excursion to whatever cool place you’re headed. A charter bus rental allows you to bypass the stress that comes along with chartering a bus and instead focus on building experiences. Renting a bus for summer camp lets you keep all the kids together, so you can play icebreakers, do activities, or chat quietly with the other adults. Then, when it’s time to return to your summer camp, everyone meets at one location and you can headcount as people enter the bus. It’s a great way to ensure you don’t leave anyone behind.
When it comes to booking your summer camp charter bus rental, earlier is always better. This way, your chances are higher of getting the specific bus you want. Booking early also helps you secure the lowest prices for your upcoming trip. An early booking can be five weeks before your trip date or earlier.
Restrooms are available only on our coach buses.
This depends on the vehicle that you chose. Sprinter vans are the smallest vehicles, and typically seat 8-15 passengers. Coach buses can fit up to 55 in a single bus.
Yes! Just make sure to let us know about your needs so we can ensure we find the right bus for you.
All of our drivers and partners undergo thorough vetting and have valid licenses. Bus.com conforms to all federal and state or provincial charter bus safety stipulations, including US DOT regulations or those put forward by the Federal Government of Canada.
We have a 24/7 customer service team who can answer any questions you still have. Give us a call at 1-855-428-7266 or email us at email@example.com. Also take a look at our FAQ to see if your question is there.
Summer camps are one of the most popular summertime activities for children and today there are more choices than ever when you’re trying to select a summer camp: day or sleepaway. Standard camp activities or ones that focus on more specialized experiences such as engineering or the performing arts? Kids often form lifelong friendships with their campmates; with so many children gathered in one place, they are sure to find at least one person with whom they connect.
If you work during the summer while your kids are home from school, you know that day camps are a lifesaver. Your kids get to interact with peers during the summer days, while also doing all sorts of cool activities.
Overnight camps allow children to form lasting friendships. There’s nothing quite like sitting around the fire or participating in a trust-building activity. Whether it’s one week or three, these make the summer go by so fast!
Religious camp is a great opportunity for your child to learn more about the faith that sustains your family. Whether the camp focuses on values, summer camp, or service, a religious camp during formative years can have a lifelong impact.
Hobby camps offer something for everyone. Your kids can study art or engineering, coding or music. A dedicated week will really improve your kids’ skills.
March 20, 2020