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Montgomery County,MD Charter Bus Rental Service

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Montgomery County offers plenty of leisure-time and educational activities. You can opt from any number of museums, public galleries, theaters, historic sites, and parks. Come and explore the Clara Barton National Historic Site in Glen Echo, the historic C&O Canal, or spend a day on the lake at Black Hills Regional Park.

Variety of cuisine for all, comfortable lodgings and excellent ground transportation services like Charter Bus that includes Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit will make your Montgomery trip safe and enjoyable.

Montgomery County provides a wide array of outdoor recreation opportunities that include Cabin John Regional Park Bike Trails, Robert C. McDonnell Campground, Froggy Hollow Schoolhouse Trail, and Great Falls. Many people are interested in its commercial centers like Bethesda, Silver Spring and Rockville. You can sample Montgomery County’s rich tradition, far-fetched natural and entertaining sites, and its vivacious cultural life.

Great Falls is about 76 feet high. The 800 acre Great Falls Park is part of the George Washington Memorial Parkway along the Potomac River, 14 miles upriver from Washington D.C. Geographically, Great Falls Park is in Virginia, but is being included here because Montgomery County Maryland is across the river.

The thousands of acre Agricultural Reserve in the west part of the County will give you its past blended with modernity. Once here you find yourself on rural roads with landscapes that look much as they did in 19th and early 20th century America, with historic sites, farms and old-fashioned stores located in the scenic landscape.