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Vermont Timeshare

Vermont, the Green Mountain State, has something for everyone and a vacation in a Vermont timeshare is the best way to experience this fabulous state. Visitors enjoy winter skiing, summer hiking and biking, and self-guided walking or driving tours. Enjoy home-cooked meals at the family-oriented lodges, explore historic covered wooden bridges, and delight in the superb fall colors.

Many of the vacation resorts are complete with swimming pools, recreation courts, and fitness centers. You and your family can enjoy a weekend or week-long stay at one of the Vermont timeshare resorts, and when you.... Read More

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buy from an existing owner, you enjoy all the perks that come with these resorts at discounted resale prices.

What to See

Northern Vermont shoulders alongside Lake Champlain, and here is where you head to go boating, fishing, or just enjoy the breeze coming in over the water. The Northern Kingdom is the local name given to the dense forests of the northern part of the state. Three world-famous ski areas are located here – perfect locations for a Vermont timeshare. These are Stowe, Jay Peak, and Smuggler's Notch. Even if you visit in summer, the ski resorts offer plenty of adventure including hiking, biking, and of course, gondola lift rides.

The central part of the state contains the Green Mountain National Forest, and here is where you'll love driving along the backroads and enjoying the scenery and wildlife. Located in the town of Woodstock is the family-friendly Billings Farm & Museum, and in the town of Rutland is the New England Maple Museum. Taste the finest maple syrup in the world while visiting here. Be sure to stop at the Vermont Country Store in Weston, where you'll find the largest selection of locally-made crafts in the state.

Southern Vermont is home to several ski resorts, large family farms, village greens, and covered bridges. It's a driving tour delight, and there are plenty of small stores and gift shops along the state highways. Kids will love the tours at Ben & Jerry's Factory, and the whole family gets to sample the ice cream.

When to Visit

Winter is a popular time to enjoy the great outdoors in this section of New England. The ski resorts are the biggest draw, but don't forget about snowshoeing and snowmobiling. The ski resorts have designated off-path areas for cross-country skiing. You can even try your hand at ice fishing.

Summer weather is generally pleasant if a bit humid. In October, plan a driving tour through the southern and central part of the state to experience the unrivaled fall colors.

Where to Stay

Vermont is chock-full of vacation resorts. The larger resorts feature studio, one- and two-bedroom suites complete with all the furnishings. Most of these resorts have indoor all-season pools, spas, and barbeque/picnic areas. Check out the Vermont timeshares for sale for availability of units of all sizes.

This is a great place to visit with family or friends, and the locals will make you feel quite welcome. Get ready for an unforgettable vacation that includes outdoor adventure, history, and culture. Get to know Vermont.