Wolf’s Bus Lines, the hallmark of motorcoach transportation for over 65 years in South Central Pennsylvania, is as proud of its commitment to excellence as the area we call home. This family owned business, now continuing via its third generation of family, celebrated their 65th Anniversary in 2012. As we celebrate our past success, we know that our future is determined by the family and staff that come to work every day striving to be the best. When you charter or tour aboard any of our 18-deluxe Wolf’s motorcoaches, you are backed by over 30 professionally trained drivers, two full-time mechanics, four cleaning staff and 10 office staff all striving to make your travel safe, comfortable and reliable. You are paying for the best, and you deserve the finest – that’s why you should call the "friendly Wolfs."
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6 Reviews for Wolf's Bus Lines
Recommended by 97% of couples
Brittney · Married on 09/05/2015
Wolf provided transportation for our wedding guests and wedding party for our rehearsal dinner and wedding day. Very prompt, clean and professional.Sent on 10/19/2015
Joesph · Married on 05/10/2014
As the father of the bride, I handled all the transportation requirements. Wolf's Bus Lines did a great job and I couldn't be happier. We used two 44 passenger shuttle buses and they worked great. It was a pleasure working with the office staff to set up the reservation and the two bus drivers were very friendly. Would recommend them highly.Sent on 05/15/2014
Maritza · Married on 06/01/2013
Wolf's shuttle drove the bridesmaids, me (the bride), and some guests from the hotel to the church which was 40 minutes away and it was a pleasant ride. When we first got on the driver offered us water since it was 90 degrees and that was very considerate! The driver then drove the bridal party, me and the groom to the reception. He offered everyone water again and helped the women onto the shuttle. The service was very professional. I would recommend Wolf's Bus to anyone!Sent on 06/08/2013