To Ski or Swim on Your Winter Vacation? That is the Question

To ski or not to ski. To swim or not to swim. Those are the questions! Winter is a grand season that allows so many different kinds of outdoor activities - all you have to do is choose your vacation destination. We've compiled some great budget ideas for family timeshare vacations that will send you on your way, whether your choice is fun on the slopes or fun in the sun.

Ski Vacations
You can find terrific ski conditions at resorts everywhere from Vermont to Colorado, and Utah to Wyoming.
  • Jackson Hole, Wyoming, at the foot of the splendor that is the Grand Tetons, offers budget-priced timeshare rentals in a posh ski town.

  • Breckenridge, CO, has many fun things for the family to do off the slopes, including dog-sled riding and winter fly fishing.

  • Vermont offers interconnected skiing opportunities at four Stowe resorts; Smuggler's Notch Resort was voted the #1 Ski Resort by North America Family Programs.

  • Park City, UT, says it has "The Best Snow on Earth" and it's also famous for the effervescent Sundance Film Festival in January.
Beach Vacations
Or are you thinking about a timeshare family vacation in the sand and the surf? For shelling and scuba diving and sunbathing you can find fabulous winter getaways in Florida, the Caribbean, Mexico and Hawaii.
  • Orlando is the ultimate Florida family vacation destination, with its abundance of theme parks and great resorts. For simply soaking up the sun on fabulous beaches, head for Florida's Treasure Coast on the east, the Paradise Coast on the west.

  • The incomparable azure Caribbean is dotted with a sparkling array of perfect winter vacation spots, including the Bahamas and U.S. Virgin Islands.

  • Or visit Mexico's own "Caribbean Jewel," Cancun, and the popular resort towns along the "Mexican Riviera”.

  • Hawaii welcomes you to her beaches in abundance, amidst flowering orchids, musical waterfalls, and the delightful native Polynesian culture. Rent a timeshare on Oahu, Maui or Kauai for a quintessential beach vacation.
From bumpy moguls to splashing waves, from white snow to white sands, the joys of a winter family timeshare vacation await you.
3 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    Our choice is always to ski in the winter because skiing, at least in the U.S., isn't available in the summer,and beaches are there all year round.We can hardly wait to get to the slopes.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Well, for my money go to Cancun any time. It can't be beat. If you rent a timeshare even the fanciest resorts are affordable there.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Ski Big Sky in Montana - it's off the beaten track and not so crowded, but the skiing is great.

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