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.
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!