The thought of a class field trip to Cedar Point will make your students giddy with glee but might make you and your fellow chaperones start to hyperventilate. You begin to worry how you will keep control of all of those kids in all of that chaos. Relax. The key to success is found in one simple word: planning.
Plan a bus trip this summer and it could help keep your family together by forging bonds between generations and creating memories. As more baby boomers retire, multigenerational vacations (aka “togethering”) are becoming a travel niche and give families time to just relax and enjoy each other, without all the hassles of work, school and daily life.
If the thought of going to Cedar Point conjures death-defying roller coaster plunges and stomach-churning inversions, you will be happy to know the park offers dozens of other options that require much less intestinal fortitude. For the scardey-cats in your group, here are six great ways to enjoy Cedar Point, terror free:
Is your school’s band, choir or choral group hoping to get in another performance before summer vacation? Or maybe you are trying to choose between an awesome performance opportunity and a group trip that is fun for everyone. If you plan your group trip to Cedar Point, you don’t have to choose just one; you can give that final performance and have a great time on some of the world’s most exhilarating rides!
One of the best things about engaging young students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) subjects is that it can be fun! If your goal is to combine STEM learning and a great time in your next class field trip, there are plenty of options right here in Michigan. Take a look at a few that we think offer some pretty unique possibilities for you and your students!
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There are few things that mesh as well as ‘summer’ and ‘road trips.’ Let’s be honest, that feeling of being on the open road without a care in the world is quite liberating. Exploring new sites, experiencing new scenery, and taking in that fresh summer air. All play a role in the great American road trip.
But those picturesque road trips could also turn into nightmares. You could get stuck in traffic for hours on end, hitting rush-hour as your air conditioning decides to stop working. Or, you could get a flat tire in the middle of nowhere. These scenarios happen more often than you think.
So why not experience the open road in the comfort of a modern motorcoach? You’ll be free from stressful driving, plus you get free Wi-Fi, power outlets, reclining seats, and more. There’s nothing not to love about taking a bus trip this summer.
We thought we could help as you plan where to take your trip when the possibilities are endless; so here are five fun bus trips that you would love to take this summer.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… if you’re a baseball fan, that is!
The Detroit Tigers 2017 schedule is well underway, but there are still plenty of home games left on the schedule, if you’re itching to catch a ballgame in Detroit.
Many people are already taking advantage of our Tigers charter service, which combines the price of transportation to Detroit and a ticket to a Tigers game into one easy purchase.
There’s nothing quite like a summer day at Comerica Park. The aroma of hotdogs lingering in the air, the roar of a tiger booming over the loudspeaker after each run scored, the sight of kids scurrying to catch a photo with PAWS; all make for an appealing combination of senses against Detroit’s colossal skyline.
There’s no doubt about it — once you’re inside the ballpark, you’re almost guaranteed an enjoyable experience. But the hassle before and after the game can make a trip to see the Tigers seem like a hard day’s work.