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Charter Bus Rentals Sterling CO • Group Charter Bus Rentals Sterling


Welcome to Sterling, Colorado. As you travel through this area, you'll see native grasslands, majestic bluffs and rolling hills - all a part of the historic Lower South Platte River Valley. You'll delight in the serene qualities of the natural landscape, the wonders of small-town living and the friendly atmosphere of an agricultural-based community filled with hometown values.

Sterling boasts warm, sunny summers and mild, sunny winters with an average of 331 clear, sunny days a year!

Sterling is a wonderful place to plan your next corporate conference or management retreat. Charter bus rentals are a great option for organization events such as senior bus travel outings, corporate retreats or conferences, group travel to sporting events or even school field trips.

We make charter bus rentals easy for the Sterling group or for travel to Sterling. Just click on “Request a Quote” and you will be on your way to planning your next group outing!

Charter Bus Rentals to Explore Sterling • A Colorado City with History

The county seat of Logan County, Sterling is a dignified presence on the prairie - deemed both the "Mecca" and the "Crossroads" of the Plains. A drive through this town of just over 13,000 people is an exploration of early western American architecture. Many of the historic buildings here are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

The Logan County Courthouse was built in 1910. The old library, now a private home, was built with the aid of a grant from the Andrew Carnegie Foundation in 1918. The retired Union Pacific Depot, built in 1902, was moved to its present site in 1984 and houses the Logan County Chamber of Commerce office in Downtown Sterling.

This "Colorado Treasure" is also known for its collection of Living Trees. All around town are cottonwoods that have been carved into fanciful creatures and heavenly angels. The artist, BradfordRhea, lives and sculpts in nearby Merino.

In addition to trees, Rhea also carves his inspirations into huge blocks of marble and transforms bronze into works of art. One of his early carvings, called Metamorphosis, greets visitors to the Tourist Information Center just east of Sterling and a drive through town will take you up close to nine more awe-inspiring works of art.

Charter Bus Travel to Sterling Attractions • Sterling Bus Travel


If your scheduled stops include activities and events along the way, there are many established events in our area that would be especially attractive to charter bus travel groups. For example, every Friday evening in July there is a free concert on the Logan County Courthouse Square. For something like that, we would be happy to reserve seating for a group that was prearranged.

The Overland Trail Museum takes you back in time with the history of America's migration to the west. This replica of an old fort houses artifacts, memorabilia and collections of early life on the prairie. In addition to the main museum, 14 buildings have been added to the property including an 1891 one-room school house, a country church, a general store, a 1915 stone block house, a 1910 barn and the newest addition, the High Plains Education Center, added in 2011.

There are two beautiful 18-hole golf courses on which to spend the afternoon, more than 60 acres of parks, both indoor and outdoor pools plus water park, one of America's last drive-in theaters and a small fishing pond with nature trail.

Nearby North Sterling Reservoir State Park is a boater's paradise with 3,000 acres of pristine water. Clean, modern facilities offer camping (141 sites), picnicking, swimming, hiking and great fishing. Sterling is also hunting headquarters for northeast Colorado and was named by "Pheasants Forever" as one of the top ten best pheasant hunting towns in America!

Logan County is home to Northeastern Junior College, one of the fastest growing colleges in the state and the country, and boasts Colorado's first commercial ethanol plant in Sterling and one of the nation's largest wind farms in Peetz. More than 400 wind turbines dot the landscape of northern Logan County where a drive across the plateau provides a scenic view of nature's energy at work.

Charter Bus Travel Stops • Sterling Restaurants and Annual Events


Restaurants not to miss include the J & L Cafe and TJ Bummers for home-cooking and unique décor and nearby Bully's Grub and Pub for a good steak in a no-frills dining room that is often filled with farmers, business professionals and the local softball team. Don't forget to try Colorado's specialty - Rocky Mountain Oysters - at one of our many restaurants!

Annual events include the always-popular Heritage Festival on July 4, the Flatlanders Car Club hot rod show in July, free entertainment every Friday for July jamming and a two-day premier arts and crafts festival in September celebrating Sugar Beet Days.

The good, old-fashioned Logan County Fair in August always punctuates summers with a long list of county fair traditions from livestock exhibits and carnival to rodeo excitement and a national country artist concert.

Bus Travel Options for Sterling • Bus Travel Routes to and from Sterling

Sterling has a fantastic rest stop and tourist information center just off Interstate 76 - between Denver and the Nebraska state line - with free coffee and cookies for weary travelers. There is a beautifully landscaped greenway with covered picnic tables, walking paths and seating areas.


This is an ideal bus travel stop for your group to enjoy a picnic, take in the beautiful weather, or stretch your legs. With charter bus rentals, your bus travel adventure can include stops for sightseeing, a bite to eat or any one of the many attractions in and around Sterling.

This land of prairie breezes is an artist's dream, platted in 1887 and located just off I-76 between Denver and the Nebraska state line. In addition to the I-76 connection, Sterling is also a junction with Highway 14 (west), Highway 6 (east) and Highway 61 (south) as well as the old scenic Highway 138/Highway 6 roads that preceded the interstate. The old highways follow the South Platte River and the Union Pacific Railroad through northeast Colorado.

With all the historic and modern wonders here in this corner of Colorado, you might just think you've found the "Perfect Life." It's in Sterling, Colorado.