Recently Go Blue Ridge Travel sponsored a photography contest highlighting what was really the very best of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
One of the largest draws for tourism is water sports. In the Blue Ridge contest, a timeshare resort – Massanutten Timeshare Resort – won the honors for best Water Sports! Their new indoor year round water park is spectacular and has helped Massanutten timeshare resort become the fastest growing timeshare resort in the United States.
Timeshare properties are offered at great discounts through timeshare resales experts here:
Massanutten’s Mountainside Timeshare Resort – Situated in the scenic Shenandoah Valley, Massanutten is a sprawling, self-contained, all season resort. Vacationers can enjoy great golf and tennis, putting green and driving range, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, fitness center, hot tub, sauna, and more. The unique two-story townhome accommodations feature full kitchens, lofts, whirlpool spas, saunas, fireplace and more.Tucked into the heart of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, Massanutten’s Mountainside Villas offers outdoor activities to suit every enthusiast. Skiers will be thrilled with the ski area’s 1,195-foot vertical drop; the season runs from mid-December to February. In summer, golfers will enjoy the 18-hole golf course, putting green, and pro shop. The resort also offers an outdoor pool, tennis courts, fishing ponds, and a playground area.
Eagle Trace at Massanutten Timeshare Resort – In the winter months comes downhill skiing. When summer arrives along comes a wealth of activities. Enjoy a swimming pool, racquetball courts, a golf course and hiking trails, all available at the resort. Also visit the on-site restaurant.
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The Summit at Massanutten Timeshare Resort – The Shenandoah Valley is a beautiful setting vactioners will enjoy when traveling to The Summit at Massunutten. Extensive indoor and outdoor activities are available year-round for all to enjoy. Skiers will be thrilled with the ski area’s 1,195-foot vertical drop, which is the highest in Virginia, Maryland, or Pennsylvania.