Which Bus is Right for You?

A little about us…

Charter Bus, Tour Bus, Disco Bus, Magic Bus! You Coming? Hi, and welcome aboard Sasquatch and Pegasus, the buses that make up the fleet in the Cascadia Cruiser family.

This bus company has been a dream for some time! Transporting passengers while creating a shared community and an amazing experience for everyone is our main purpose and goal.  Our buses are available for private rentals, events, charters, as a shuttle service, and tours. Check out the made in Oregon splendor of our locally crafted AND locally sourced live-edge juniper benches or our Spirit of Cascadia mural inside Sasquatch. And we do it all while traveling on 100% Oregon produced bio-diesel because we love the environment!

~ Our Sasquatch Bus~

The Cascadia Cruiser, a Portland Oregon Event bus parked at Col Summers Park

Sasquatch, parked at Col. Summers Park in Portland, OR.

What was once a San Marino, California jail bus (American built in L.A.) has been transformed into the most awesome transportation experience in the universe! Sasquatch is a big lady and can safely and easily move you and your friends (35 seated) as she sips Oregon produced diesel bio-fuel. Her seats are made up of disco-inspired sparkle vinyl and live-edge Juniper benches. She also has a chalkboard guests see upon entry that we tailor for your event; on board we provide a recycling and garbage facilities. Cascadia Cruiser is all about having the most fun possible in a safe, happy, comfortable and sustainable vehicle. This truly is a one-of-a-kind experience.



~ Our Pegasus Bus ~

“Pegasus” in her former days served as a Trimet handicapped shuttle and she too has been transformed locally into a work of art. She seats 13 in traditional seats and easily 4-5 on her live-edge Juniper bench. Pegasus is a joy to travel in! Her huge light and sound system as well as onboard recycling and garbage facilities makes Pegasus an ideal choice for smaller groups.

Pegasus shuttle bus at Heceta Head lighthouse on the Oregon Coast

Pegasus, at Heceta Head lighthouse on the Oregon Coast.