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Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park SignLocated just an hour and a half north of Denver, Colorado, Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the nation’s most well known parks. Known as “the roof of the world” Rocky Mountain National Park boasts 72 breathtaking peaks that rise above 12,000 feet. At 415 square miles, there is plenty to do and take in at this fantastic travel destination.

If you enjoy fishing, it doesn’t get much better. Rocky Mountain National Park has over 50 lakes and plenty of streams for you to choose from. The park is protected land, but sport fishing is permitted. You will need a Colorado fishing license, and there are some special regulations, but the license is easily attainable so you should have no problem getting that line in the water.

Rocky Mountain MeadowA great way to tour the park, aside from hiking and the scenic drives, is on horseback. There are two stables actually located inside of the park, Moraine Park Stables, and Glacier Stables, both of which open in late May. The park does allow outside stables to bring horses in as well, so you will have a few options.

The park also offers many Ranger-led events as well as events at the many visitor centers depending on the time of year. Stop by the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center or the Kawuneeche Visitor Center to see the two short movies, Spirit of the Mountains and Wilderness, Wildlife, Wonders, which are both shown daily.

Rocky Mountain VistasThese are just a few of the things to see and do at Rocky Mountain National Park. With Denver just a short drive, buying a timeshare resale in this beautiful region of Colorado is a great way to have a memorable vacation spot for years to come. Premier Timeshare Resale and our RE/MAX agents can help you find the spot that is right for you at a fraction of the cost. Contact us today!

Written by Shawn Romanick, Web Author

Great American Fishing Destinations

If you like sitting lake or riverside, wading into a stream, casting from a boat, or the thrill of reeling in the big one from the deep sea, the United states is one of the world’s premier angling destinations. Fresh waters abound, and saltwater is never too far away, so let’s discover some great American fishing destinations!
South Dakota Trout FishingMost people trek to Black Hills, South Dakota to see the majestic Mount Rushmore, or visit the gun slinging town of Deadwood. Often overlooked are the many streams full of trout that dot the landscape. The area is dotted with small to mid size lakes as well, easily fished from the shore or small boat. Yellow perch and trout are the mainstay here, and you should have no problem hooking a few.
Niagara Falls New York FishingNiagara Falls, New York, are probably the most famous falls in the country. Rather than trying your luck taking a ride over in a barrel, toss your line into the beautiful Niagara River. In the summer months, trout, walleye, muskies, and smallmouth bass abound, and the bass put up an exciting fight. While you’re there, might as well give the falls a visit as well.
Deep Sea Fishing in CalifornaiSan Diego, California offers some fun family friendly deep sea fishing. Bring your own gear and rent tackle, or if you need to, rent it all there. Tuna, sand bass and calico bass are just a few of the fish you’ll want to hook here. And if you have had your fill and want some fresh water action, there are lakes nearby as well. When you are done, hit one of the many coastal eateries and dine on some of the best seafood around.
When you find a fishing spot you absolutely love, buying a timeshare resale is a great way to keep coming back. Premier Timeshare Resale and our licensed agents can help you find the angling destination of your dreams at a fraction of the cost. Contact us today and let us help you find the perfect fishing vacation share.
Written by: Shawn Romanick, Web Author

Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club: Minutes from Kauai’s Historic Plantations

Waiohai Beach Club Kauai HawaiiKauai, Hawaii is known for its golf, beauty, surfing, and fun in the son. Hawaii has a rich history as well, and Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club is just minutes away from some of the island’s historic plantations. So while you visit, it is well worth it to leave your beautiful 2 bedroom villa or guest room and take in some local history.
The legendary Kilohana Plantation Estate, just about twelve miles from the resort, opened its doors to the public 25 years ago, and is a must see for anyone staying in Kauai. Centered on the sugar industry, the mansion at Kilohana was built in 1935 at the behest of Gaylord Parke Wilcox, head of Grove Farm sugar plantation. It was severely damaged by Hurricane Iwa in 1983, but has since been fully restored. It was added to the National Record of Historic Places in 1974, and named a State of Hawaii Historic Landmark in 1993. It is home to antiques, art, fine architecture as well as shops, dining and a gallery.
On Tuesday and Friday evenings, the plantation hosts an amazing theatrical Luau. The luau tells the story of the original Tahitian voyage to Hawaii through music and song. Everything is authentic, down to the hand made instruments. Authentic Polynesian cuisine and dessert is served, as well as traditional island cocktails!
Waiohai Beach Club Kauai NatureSeven days a week the Kilohana Plantation provides train tours of the 105 acre grounds, as well as a nature walk, orchard adventure, an animal feed stop where you can feed wild goats, pigs and sheep. You will have a lunch prepared with some pineapples picked freshly by you, and you can sample all of the in season fruits on the orchard adventure!
Also worth noting, the plantation is home to the Koloa Rum Company, with daily tours and tastings, or if you just want to sit and sip on a drink, stop by the Mahiko Lounge. Visiting the Kilohana Plantation will be an all day excursion to take everything in, and it is well worth the time.
Waiohai Beach Club Kauai OceanBeach fun, marine life, amazing dining, and local history are just a few great reasons to buy a Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club timeshare resale. Premier Timeshare Resale can help put you in the vacation ownership that is perfect for your needs. Contact us and our licensed RE/MAX agents to get started today!

Written by Shawn Romanick, Web Author

Yosemite National Park – National Park Series

Yosemite National ParkCovering over 1,200 square miles of the Sierra Nevada of California, Yosemite National Park is one of the nation’s most popular tourist attractions. Well known for its picturesque waterfalls, Yosemite offers visitors so much more. With glacial carved terrain and the world’s tallest granite monolith there is plenty to see and explore in this gorgeous park.
Yosemite National ParkYosemite is lush with historic sites, museums, and even cemeteries. At the Yosemite Museum you can view historical artifacts of the native Yosemite people from 1850 to the present. There are examples of basket weaving, bead work, and cultural games. Behind the museum you can visit the reconstructed Indian Village of Awahnee. Across the street from the museum the Yosemite Cemetery is a resting place to Native Americans, and those who had an important role in developing the park, as well as casual park visitors. A guide to the cemetery is available to borrow from the Valley Visitor Center.
Yosemite National Park is home to many beautiful waterfalls. Ribbon Falls can be seen from the road as you enter the Yosemite Valley. Horsetail Falls, which looks to be ablaze during sunsets, can be seen from the El Capitan Picnic area, as it flows from the east side of said mountain. Perhaps the most famous waterfall and one of the highest in the world, Yosemite falls can be seen from many places around the park. Around Yosemite Valley and Yosemite Valley Lodge are great views without the strain of a hike, but for a breathtaking view, there is an all day trail that leads to the top of the falls.
Yosemite National ParkThese are just a few of the things to see and do at Yosemite National Park. The park is open year round, though due to snow, some roads are closed during the winter months. From hiking, horseback riding, water activities like kayaking and fishing, art galleries and exploring culture, year round the park will never disappoint.
A great way to keep coming back to Yosemite year after year is to buy a California timeshare resale. Premier Timeshare Resale and our RE/MAX agents can help you find the perfect location, contact us today!

Written by Shawn Romanick, Web Author

Marriott Vacation Club Pulse: New Additions and New Brand

Boston SkylineMarriott Vacations Worldwide has announced an extension to their Vacation Club brand with the addition of Marriott Vacation Club Pulse. The five announced properties that are included as Marriott Vacation Club Pulse destinations are located in New York City, San Diego, Washington, D.C., Boston and South Beach, Florida.
In Marriott’s press release Stephen P. Weisz, president and chief executive officer of Marriott Vacations Worldwide said, “Our Owners and guests are eager to explore new places and try new experiences, especially those in more urban locations. Marriott Vacation Club Pulse expands vacation choices into even more destinations, all with a very unique style. Now, our guests can truly immerse themselves in the cultures, local scenes and neighborhoods of their favorite cities.”
Washington DCThese new city destinations include four recent acquisitions by Marriott in New York, San Diego, Washington, D.C. and South Beach. In Boston, the Custom House is now included as a Marriott Vacation Club Pulse location. Marriott Vacation Club Destinations owners can use their points to book their vacations at these new urban locations now (except San Diego which is available beginning in July).
Big Island Hawaii 2Marriott also updated investors recently on their acquisition of new units on the Big Island of Hawaii in the Waikoloa hotel. Stephen P. Weisz said in their earnings call that they have reached an agreement with the owner of the hotel to purchase 112 one and two bedroom timeshare units at the property when their conversion is completed. The expected completion date for these units is July 2017. Marriott has begun construction of a permanent sales center to open this fall. It is interesting to note that this timeline is in line with what Marriott announced in March of 2015.
If you are interested in discovering these new properties, contact one of our licensed agents today to learn more about a Marriott timeshare ownership and how buying timeshare resale can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars.

Marriott’s OceanWatch Villas at Grande Dunes – A Great Place to Bring the Kids

Myrtle Beach SunsetMyrtle Beach, South Carolina is one of the premiere beach destinations on the east coast of the United States. Marriott’s OceanWatch Villas at Grande Dunes is a luxury resort offering stunning oceanfront, ocean view or ocean side villas, each with 2 bedrooms and a kitchenette, right along the most famous golf and shore destinations in South Carolina. There is way more to do here than golf, so let’s talk about why the location is so family friendly.
Water ParkMyrtle Waves Water Park is South Carolina’s largest water park. With over 20 acres of rides, and pools, including a wave pool as well as a lazy river, you can keep the little ones entertained as well as the adults. If you work up an appetite there are several snack bars for your convenience.
Treat the kids to the quirky and unusual at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Odditorium. With unusual artifacts from around the globe, including a shrunken head, and a six-legged pig, there are all sorts of weird and jaw dropping oddities to pique the interests of children and grown ups alike.
TigerThe T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station in North Myrtle Beach is smaller than some of the area’s other zoos, but allows for visitors to get up close and personal with full grown tigers, cubs and apes. You can have your picture taken with a variety of animals, which makes the wildlife encounter a bit more intimate.
Myrtle BeachThese are just a few of a plethora of activities that make buying a Marriott’s OceanWatch Villas Grande Dunes timeshare in Myrtle Beach the perfect family option. Premier Timeshare Resale can help you find your dream vacation property on this east coast gem. Contact one of our agents to help get you on your way!
Written by: Shawn Romanick, Web Author

Stay At The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas North and Hike Maui

Maui-black sandSituated on the western shore of beautiful Maui, Hawaii, The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas North is a luxurious resort with studio, one bedroom and two bedroom villas. The resort is home to many first-class amenities, including three pools, Ka’anapali beach access, a spa, kids club, tennis courts and so much more. The resort also offers many sightseeing options like helicopter tours, air conditioned coach tours, and parasailing tours to name a few. To me, the most intimate way to see the beauty of any local wilderness and wildlife is a good hike, so let’s take a look at how we can explore the island on foot. It’s time to lace up those hiking boots!
The Makahiku Falls hike in the Oheo Gulch, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools hike, is about one mile each way, and is the shorter hike. The Seven Sacred Pools hike begins in a rain forest in the Eastern Maui Mountain valleys, and goes all the way down to sea level. A great hike for novice to advanced hikers, just be careful on muddy trails and slippery rocks, as the waterfalls can make things a bit slick.
Maui Coastline‘Iao Valley State Park, located in Central Maui, is a perfect day hike. It is the site of a historic 1790 battle in which King Kamehameha conquered Maui’s warriors in the Battle of Kepaniwa in pursuit of uniting the islands. The park is known for its relatively easy going hikes, swimming holes, waterfalls and picnic areas. Parking is five dollars and a one dollar donation for entry.
For the more hardcore and experienced hiker, check out the Kauopo Gap Trail at the Haleakala Crater. This 8.3 mile trail provides two options, in or out of the gap, The “out of the gap” option is more popular, with hikers starting at the Paliku Cabin at the Kaleakala National Park. Travel downhill through dry brushlands, native forests, and ancient lava formations. At 3,800 feet you pass through the parks boundaries through the Kauopo Ranch and finally to the coast. During your descent the Pacific is always below you offering breathtaking views.
Maui Sunset Maui has so many hiking options, buying a Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas North timeshare resale is a great way to explore Maui every year. Premier Timeshare Resale can help you save thousands when looking to buy resale. Contact our licensed agents and let us get you on the trails today!

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