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Bay Village

Ohio

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Looking for a Bay Village charter bus rental with transportation service to anywhere else in the continental United States? Barons Bus’ is the Ohio charter bus company you’re looking for.  We're based in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio and serve the state of Ohio and its surrounding areas.

Whether you're touring the national museums and monuments of Washington D.C., soaking in the wondrous sights and culture of New York City,  reveling at the County Music Capital of the World in Nashville, basking on the tropical beaches of Florida, relishing in Chicago-style food and jazz, or catching a Buckeyes game at Ohio State, we can take you there in safe, reliable comfort.

Our fleet of motor coach buses are perfect for large groups, school bus field trips, shuttle servicesand more. Even smaller groups have enjoyed the ample space and comfortable amenities of a Barons Bus rental in Bay Village, Ohio

Contact our charter bus service agents now at (888) 378-3823 or you can request a charter bus quote online. Learn more about what to expect on your travels with our Rider’s Guide.

Charter bus to Bay Village?

Things to Know When You Rent a Charter Bus to Bay Village

Bay Village is a city located west of Cleveland in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. The population was 15,651 at the 2010 census. Bay Village is located in Ohio's 9th congressional district.Before the first European-Americans arrived in the area around 1600, Erie Indians lived in Bay Village and the surrounding areas. The most important Indian trail in Ohio is present-day Lake Road, which is a main road in Bay Village. In that same century, what is now Bay Village, along with Avon Lake, Avon, and Westlake, was part of one territory. This territory was later called by the whites in a native language, "Xeuma", a term roughly meaning "those who came before us".[citation needed]The area belonged to Connecticut until 1803, the year in which Ohio became a state. Before 1803, the Connecticut Land Company sold and gave away land in the area to Connecticut citizens, who had lost their homes and farms during the Revolutionary War. Because many had lost their homes to fires during the war, this new area was named "the Firelands". One surveyor with the Connecticut Land Company was Moses Cleaveland. He came with his friends on horseback from Connecticut and stopped at the Cuyahoga River with his Indian guides in July 1796. The land was then divided into five townships. The area between the Cuyahoga River and The Firelands to the west was laid out in 1806.

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