This week, Major League Baseball officially kicks off its 2016 season. Yup, you guessed it, Cactus League spring training is officially starting in Arizona. The Diamondbacks spring training home is in sunny Arizona at Salt River Fields and if we’re not mistaken, it sounds like we’ve just found an excuse for a charter bus trip! Catch some rays at this beautiful field and take in the vibe that this wonderful time of year brings.
You can rent a charter bus for any amount of time you like, so gather up some baseball fans and hop on board for a charter bus trip to Arizona for spring training! We know that not everyone is a huge baseball fan, but we also know that Arizona has a lot more to offer than just some warm-up ball. Phoenix is home to a lot of entertainment and top-class golf courses, in addition to the the Grand Canyon which is a short trip up north. As winter continues in the east, you can escape the cold and whacky temps that the east coast offers this time of year and enjoy what the city of Phoenix and the state of Arizona has to offer this March.
A trip to the desert wouldn’t be complete without a trip to a spring training game or two. Gather your group back on board your rented charter bus to one of 10 spring training facilities in the area to catch a preview of your favorite MLB team.
All Aboard America rents charter buses to travel anywhere in the country. If you’re itching for baseball season or just for warmer weather, spring training is a great excuse to take a vacation and travel in style. If you’d prefer to watch spring training in Florida call our offices and acquire about a custom overnight charter trip.
Make your reservation today by calling 1-800-848-4728, or visiting our contact page here. We provide quality charter bus transportation services for the greater Phoenix and surrounding valley areas. To learn more about the specials offered, visit our tour specials page. We keep our list of tour specials up to date and are sure to add new specials as we schedule them. Be sure to check back regularly to learn about new specials being added. Follow All Aboard America today on Facebook and Twitter.