Charter a Bus to the Adirondacks

Spanning 6 million acres across upstate New York, Adirondack Park contains dozens of outdoor adventures and intriguing attractions for the avid group traveler. Whether you’re exploring Olympic history in the alpine village of Lake Placid, renting a family cabin on the shores of Lake George, or planning the ultimate skiing and snowboarding trip at Gore Mountain, rent a charter bus in New York for easy transportation with everyone on board. Call us today at 917-388-9602 to book a charter bus in the Adirondacks or get a free, no-obligation quote for your trip.

Group Vacations to the Adirondacks with a Private Bus Rental

Just four hours north of New York City, Adirondack Park is unique for having many austere yet easily accessible destinations. If you’re traveling with a group or family of six or more people, book a charter bus for simple, stress-free transportation through its many highways, backroads, and scenic byways. This way, you can travel altogether, operate on your schedule, and take advantage of premium bus rental amenities while on the road.

One of the best ways to experience the scenery of the Adirondacks is through a charter bus’ panoramic windows—especially during the magical winter months and autumn “leaf peeping” season. Plan a personal group bus tour for a leisurely cruise over picturesque mountain highways, making pitstops for photo ops at High Falls Gorge and the Giant ADK Chair at Brant Lake, and stocking up on local cheese and maple syrup at Hoss’ Country Corner off of Blue Ridge Road. You can choose from multiple types of buses for rent in New York, including compact minibuses and full-size motorcoaches, so groups of all sizes can be accommodated.

You’ll also save miles on your car by leaving it at home, and avoid wear and tear if you choose to visit during the snowy winter months—a popular time of year for skiing trips, hockey games, and winter carnivals and festivals in towns and villages around the Adirondacks. Rely on a charter bus service with a professional driver to navigate snowy roads and transport you safely to your destination in the Adirondacks.

How to Travel with a Charter Bus around the Adirondacks

If you’re traveling with a group in the Adirondacks, then a charter bus rental is a no-brainer for transportation. With New York Charter Bus Company, you can charter a bus in the Adirondacks and completely customize your service from pickup to drop-off.

Traveling from out of state? While round trips with an Adirondacks bus rental are perfect for groups traveling from the Northeast, they might not be the first choice for groups as far away as California or those traveling internationally from Canada. That’s where airport shuttles come in. If you’re traveling to the Adirondacks by plane, arrange a private bus rental to pick you up at local airports like Adirondack Regional Airport, Ogdensburg International Airport, and Plattsburgh International Airport. We have access to charter bus rentals in Albany and other New York cities for airport pickups.

You can also find group tour professionals in the Adirondack region who can assist you with your group trip, from lodging for overnight trips to event venue facilitation if you’re planning a corporate conference or private party.

Explore the Adirondacks' Top Destinations Year-Round with a Bus Rental

Did you know Adirondacks Park is larger than Yellowstone, the Everglades, and the Grand Canyon National Park combined? With so much ground to cover, there’s no simpler way to traverse the highlights of the Adirondacks than with a New York bus rental service.

Lake Placid

A popular winter vacation destination in the Adirondacks, Lake Placid is known for its Olympic history, winter sports training grounds, skiing and snowboarding on Whiteface Mountain, and family-friendly fun like scenic hiking, dog sled tours, ice skating, and more. The Olympic Center is one of Lake Placid’s most popular draws and is an iconic destination for athletes and fans. When you choose us for your Lake Placid adventure, you can plan a field trip to the Lake Placid Olympic Museum, organize corporate event shuttles at The Conference Center, or book a charter bus for your sports team in New York to attend the CAN/AM Challenge Cup.

Fort Ticonderoga

A group trip to Fort Ticonderoga is more than just a check-in-the-box for your quintessential Adirondacks getaway. You can explore reenactments of Revolutionary War history, enjoy a boat tour of Lake Champlain, hike the Battlefield Trails, find your way through the Heroic Corn Maze, and so much more. While Fort Ticonderoga is perfect for a field trip, it’s also a unique, understated venue for a private event like a wedding, retirement party, or corporate gathering. Book New York wedding shuttles or a private bus rental to easily transport guests to your event on the top of Mount Defiance, onboard The Carillon riverboat, or in the romantic King’s Garden.

Lake George

Visiting Lake George is a popular bucket list item for travelers from all over the Northeast, no matter the time of year. During the summertime, book a bus and travel here to experience the joys of lake life, like sunbathing on the shore, wakeboarding, waterskiing, and parasailing, or enjoying the scenery aboard a Minne-Ha-Ha steamboat tour. Water sports not your speed? Plan a day at Six Flags Great Escape or go horseback riding at Circle B Ranch. You can also plan a trip in the winter and bring a group to experience local seasonal events, like Lake George Winter’s Dream at the Fort William Henry Museum or the Lake George Winter Carnival in February.

North Creek

As the home to Gore Mountain Ski Resort, North Creek is a major destination in the Adirondacks for all things winter sports. Book a private bus in New York for a family ski trip to hit the slopes at Gore Mountain or try cross-country skiing at Ski Bowl Park. A spacious charter bus is perfect for stowing away skiing equipment, snowboards, and large bags of winter weather gear. But don’t forget about this cozy mountain city during the summer months. When the weather is warmer, North Creek comes alive with hiking and mountain biking, garnet mining tours, white water rafting, glassblowing events, and more. It’s also just an hour north of Saratoga, a popular city in the Adirondack foothills known for horse racing, natural mineral spas, and Revolutionary War history.

Rent a Charter Bus in New York to the Adirondacks

Have questions about New York bus rental prices or specific logistics to your chosen Adirondacks destinations? Give us a call at 917-388-9602 to discuss the details of your trip. Whether you need a charter bus in Buffalo to spend a weekend at Lake George or want a Manhattan bus rental to carry you from the bustling city to the quiet of the mountains, count on New York Charter Bus Company for private transportation.