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Park City Says Good-Bye to Summer

Photo Courtesy of Park Silly Sunday Market

Photo Courtesy of Park Silly Sunday Market

Park City is known for its winter activities. With some of the best ski resorts in the world, Sundance Film Festival, and perfect powder, it’s easy to see why Park City timeshares during the winter months are in high demand. But, this quaint mountain town also has a lot to offer in the off-season months.
Premier mountain biking, fresh produce from the local Farmer’s Market, and artisan crafts from the weekly Park Silly Market can all be found during the summer and fall months. These attractions and more brought thousands of people to Park City this summer. In fact, the Park Silly Market alone saw over 162,000 people over the last few months.
Events like the Park Silly Market and other summertime activities can give any visitor a real local’s experience. From live music to neighborhood artist, the market showcases the local color and talent that can engage tourists and make Park City feel like home.
Photo Courtesy of Park Silly Sunday Market

Photo Courtesy of Park Silly Sunday Market

Here are some fun highlights that the Park Silly Market just released about their 2014 season:
• 124 musicians, performers and bands were showcased for free to the public
• 118 free booths were given to farmers
• 7,345 lbs. of trash were recycled
As a part of the local community, it’s great to see what these events do for locals and visitors alike. A Park City timeshare makes it easy for tourists to come see what this town has to offer all year-round. Once you visit, you’ll always want to come back!
Do you already own a Park City timeshare? We need inventory! Contact one of our licensed timeshare resale agents today about selling your timeshare

Hidden Ski Gems: Winter Vacations Part I

I was never a powder chaser or lift monkey (or whatever seasonal lingo the kids are using this year as a term for skiers and snowboarders who spend more than their fair share of free time on the mountain), so I won’t be so adept at blogging about slope quality and snow conditions. But as we edge up on Thanksgiving Holidays, when many ski resorts plan to open their lifts and runs, I thought a piece on a few hidden gems might get even us rusty down-hillers excited about winter sports (or hot cocoa by the fire back at the resort).



1-      Brian Head, Utah: Only three hours from Las Vegas and a little more from Salt Lake or Park City, UT, Brian Head is nestled up against Utah’s most famous National Parks and invites a laid back, low-key atmosphere uncommon for many winter-sport destinations. Liftopia.com writes that Brian Head “is Utah’s highest-elevation resort, receiving over 400 annual inches of light, Utah powder. The resort has 50+ runs for all ability levels, including an entire mountain dedicated to beginners and children.” With four terrain parks for varying ability levels, more than 30 snow features, rails, fun boxes, a half pipe, and night skiing, it’s well-equipped to handle your family’s extended weekend activity schedule.


2-      Plattekill Mountain, Roxbury, New York: If you’re a decent skier and looking for a weekend getaway, Plattekill resort is known (among the few who have found this little gem) for its short lift lines and how uncrowded its slopes are. It’s a small resort, and only open during the week for Holidays, but it generously offers a licensed day-care on site and tubing activities for the little ones or those of us unsteady on skis. Staff are known to go out of their way to be friendly and helpful, and deals for lift tickets from $15.00 per day make this resort a quaint and affordable destination in the Catskills.


3-      Aspen Highlands, Aspen, CO: While the above-mentioned resorts are beginner to intermediate in specialty, Aspen Highlands can boast of its expert terrain and its status as the locals’ favorite of the four mountains in Aspen. With 19 Advanced (Black Diamond) and 43 Expert (Double Black Diamond) trails, Aspen Highlands offers challenges and thrills for the adrenaline junkies and surefooted. Also offering lodging and dining on the slopes, its amenities provide warm places to rest and regroup after hitting some steep runs. A worthy contender as a day’s outing for Aspen vacationers.


Aspen timeshare resorts are very popular as a winter destination, and Aspen’s Highlands would be relatively easy for Aspen timeshare owners to check out on their annual visit. While Utah’s more famous mountains like Park City and timeshares like Marriott Mountainside or Summit Watch are not as close to Brian Head’s runs, Brian Head’ location in between Las Vegas and Park City make it a viable side-trip option in good winter weather. Plattekill in Roxbury is only a few hours from New York City and Boston, though far from many timeshare resorts.


Why not try somewhere new, this year? Call the timeshare (and snow!) experts at Premier Timeshare Resale for ideas.


Mountain West: where luxury meets wilderness


Our national park adventure continues into the Dakotas, Wyoming, and the mountain west. This week’s freak weather in the Midwest dampened our stay in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, though it didn’t obscure our views of herds of bison. Our trip into Wyoming provided a spectacular view of America’s first National Monument: Devil’s Tower.mountain-west-timeshare-resales


Traveling onward toward Yellowstone in the coming week will provide us with more magnificent scenery, and those photos of Yellowstone’s grand Lodge will be soon to come.


The mountain west has long drawn travelers to its heights for the views and recreational activities. Although North and South Dakota are short on timeshare properties, Jackson Hole, WY near Yellowstone has some vacation ownership gems of opportunities you might want to check out.


And of course, there’s Utah. If you want the combination of access to the Rocky Mountains and five star comfort, the resort town of Park City is, of course, your destination. Many followers of the blog may already be aware, but Park City is home to several timeshares, from the affordable to the extravagant. Marriott timeshare resales are one of PTR’s specialties, and with on-mountain and Main Street locations, Marriott timeshares in Park City can offer great views and superb access to year-round activities.


Once a resident of Park City myself, I will miss traveling to Utah on this National Park tour, but hope to experience the state and national parks to the south of Park City in the spring or early fall of a coming year, when the temperature is more forgiving (especially for a two year old camper!) Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion National Parks are close in geographic location, and their trails and stark beauty abound for adventurous travelers.


The mountain west is truly a majestic location for exploring and sight-seeing, with Utah nestled in the Rockies like the gemstone centerpiece of America. Browse more Utah timeshares for sale here or below, and find out what your Utah timeshare is worth today!


Park City Marriott’s Summit Watch Timeshare Resales

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Top 5 Premier Timeshares

Ever wondered where your holiday should be? Where you should go or which timeshare to choose? Fear no more! Here we are to tell you our top 5 destinations for timeshares- there are a great variety for the adventurous explorers to the relaxed vacationers. Enjoy!



1. Aruba 

Aruba is the lazy vacationer’s dream- endless, white sandy beaches, clear, blue Caribbean waters, and a perfect warm breeze. Aruba is a Caribbean island off the northern shore of Venezuela, and enjoys year round temperatures averaging 81 degrees. It is a hotspot for tourists and English is widely spoken, so you don’t need to worry about communication. Beaches are obviously one of the biggest attractions, including two of the biggest, Palm Beach and Eagle Beach. For the more adventurous  there’s Aruba’s National Park, Arikok, which offers plenty of trails to see the wildlife, caves and natural pools hidden throughout the park. If you think Aruba is your next vacation sport, or if you’d like to sell your Aruba timeshare, read more here.



2. Mexico


Mexico, like Aruba, offers plenty of beaches and warm weather, but also bears some unique historical landmarks and a bit more of a city scene. The various ruins throughout Mexico are always within reach, as many small businesses will offer tours to the ruins and other historical sites. Mexico City is also a great destination in Mexico where you can sample authentic Mexican cuisine, museums, parks and landmarks. Places such as Zocalo, the world’s largest public square, the Basilica de Guadalupe and the Chapultepec Park and Zoo. Whatever you’d like to do, Mexico’s got it! If you’d like to go to Mexico on your next vacation, or want to sell a timeshare in Mexico, visit our website here.



3. Utah

Of course, our list would not be complete with a feature of one of the best timeshares in the business, located in our own backyard, Utah! One of the best destinations for vacationing and skiing in the United States is Utah’s own Park City, a town nestled in the Wasatch Mountains that is famous for its skiing and annual film festival, called Sundance Film Festival. There are over 5 national parks in Utah, including Arches National Park, known for its rock arches in the middle of the desert. Many timeshares are located right on historic Main Street in Park City, but if you’d like a more secluded retreat there are timeshares located in the mountains or in ski resorts further away from town. Whatever your fancy, Park City has the shopping and sports for the entire family. If you’d like to go to Utah on your next vacation, or want to sell a timeshare in Utah, visit our website here.



 4. Las Vegas

Las Vegas may be in a desert, but it has some of the most exciting places for anybody looking to have the time of their lives. Vegas is one place that everyone has to visit at least once in their life, and it’s sure to never disappoint. The legendary Vegas Strip offers luxury hotels, world famous shows and plenty of casinos. The MGM Grand is one of the biggest casinos, featuring a glass lion habitat where 5 lions are shown a day. You can see the Bellagio’s giant fountains, the volcano at the Mirage and the Fall of Atlantis at Caesar’s Palace. While Vegas is the place to party, the city has also recently expanded its family-friendly activities, including amusement parks and indoor water parks. If you’d like to go to Vegas on your next vacation, or want to sell a timeshare in Vegas, visit our website here.



5. New York City

The Big Apple has come to represent America to the world, as the largest city in the United States and one of the largest in the world. New York offers such a diverse amount of activities, there’s sure to be something to please everyone. From visiting landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty or Ellis Island, to shopping in Times Square or on 5th Avenue, you’re sure to have a blast. The surrounding area, such as Long Island, offers wineries, beaches and even more. Enjoy a show on Broadway, visit Central Park, or try for a show at Radio Music Hall. Real estate in the city does tend to run expensive, which is why renting or buying a timeshare makes your vacation much more affordable than the expensive hotels throughout the city. Premier Timeshare Resale can help with buying or selling your New York timeshare, click here to find out more.



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Welcome to Sundance

It’s that time of year again folks— time for the celebrities, the music, the fun and, of course, the films. From today until January 27, The Sundance Film Festival has taken over Park City, Utah and is about to go into full swing. For those of you new to Sundance, it is one of the largest film festivals in the United States, held in Park City, Salt Lake City and Ogden, and is a showcase for both international and American independent filmmakers.


Sundance is one of the many attractions Utah offers, and Premier Timeshare Resale offers timeshares in Park City, right at the heart of it! The Sundance Film Festival’s website offers a Trip Planner where you can pick which shows to attend and buy tickets in advance. Think Sundance is too expensive for you? Think again! You can buy tickets for as low as $15 for shows the day of, or you can buy packages that let you see any shows on certain days.


Sundance Film Festival isn’t just for the film buffs, you can walk the quaint streets of Park City for some serious shopping, and you might even see a celebrity or two! Enjoy the hustle and bustle atmosphere of the town, and then relax with some hot cocoa to warm you up in one of the many restaurants in town, and have a vacation you’ll never forget!


If you’re interested in buying or selling a timeshare in Park City, Utah, contact our licensed real estate professionals at 888-235-0466 or visit our website for more information:

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