Let Beach Bum Trolley plan your Pensacola reunion from the hotel, airport transportation, tours and banquet. We do it all!
Beach Bum Trolley charters trolleys, buses and vans for military and family reunion transportation in the Pensacola area.
We also provide service with lunch to the USS Alabama in Mobile, Alabama as well as the Armament Museum onboard Eglin Air Force Base in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
We will price your event to include as many hours and stops as you desire. Since our events are priced per person, most reunions can pay a deposit and then
the balance on the final day of the reunion. You never have to worry about paying unreasonable minimums!
For military groups over 50, we can arrange a memorial service at Veteran's Memorial Park. Do you need an American flag for your hospitality room? We have one!
Consider planning your Pensacola Beach reunion for lodging nights Sunday - Thursday in order to obtain the best rates! Downtown Pensacola hotels generally have a better rate on the weekends.
A military reunion always includes a visit to the National Naval Aviation Museum on board NAS Pensacola.
We will book a private tour for your group at no charge!
WE ARE TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR MILITARY REUNIONS TO BE HELD DURING 2017 and 2018.
If you need an ice chest, Beach Bum Trolley has them for a small rental charge. Just tell
us when you make the reservation. If you would like sodas and water onboard, let us know!
We will even buy the ice for you!
Keep in mind that Beach Bum Trolley can also engage one of our catering partners to cater
for your reunion event.
Some of the reunions enjoy a tour with a picnic lunch. Your sack lunch will be the choice of a roast beef, ham and cheese or
turkey sandwich with potato chips, cookie and bottle of water or soda.
Talk to a Beach Bum Trolley Representative for help in planning your reunion! In fact,
let Beach Bum Trolley plan your whole reunion. See our Event Planning Service link for more details.
Beach Bum Trolley once in awhile will receive a gift from the reunion groups that we serve. The USS
Franklin Reunion really went "overboard" when they presented this picture to us! The artist, Robert
Albrecht, added the drawing in the lower right corner to show a trolley taking off from the flight deck
of the USS Franklin. Thank you Crew of the USS Franklin for the stories of a great bunch of brave
men and a picture that I will value for my lifetime!
Courtesy of the National Naval Aviation Museum, our trolley also received our "Wings of Gold"!