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Five Top Timeshare Destinations to Consider

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Top 5 Timeshare Vacation Destinations

Is it about time that you started planning another vacation? Maybe you’ve been thinking about all of the benefits associated with buying into a timeshare property, and you’ve thought that it might be time to buy. Even if you aren’t ready to buy, you can always rent a timeshare in an area where you want to head out on vacation. It’s a good way to see if buying is in your future. Of course, you need to make sure you are staying in a great place that you and the family will really enjoy. Let’s look at some of the top getaways that could be nice options for your time off from work.



The state of Florida, from Miami to Orlando and beyond, has wonderful vacation destinations and attractions. Whether you and the family all want to spend some time with Mickey Mouse and his crew at Disney or you want to spend some time enjoying the beaches or the Everglades, there’s always something to see that’s just around the corner. It is a fun family getaway and you can keep on going to the state without running out of things to see and do.



If you love the idea of an island paradise, you can’t beat Hawaii. It is one of the most popular destinations in the world for plenty of reasons. The landscape is beautiful. You can swim, snorkel, fish, hike in the mountains, and more. Many enjoy sampling the unique cuisine of the local culture, including many of their famous dishes that include Spam!



California is one of those states that seems to have just about everything you could possibly want from a vacation. You can spend some time at the beach enjoying the ocean, and then you can head inland to the mountains or to wine country with just a short drive. The state has plenty of theme parks, such as Disney, SeaWorld, and Six Flags as well. Explore the desert, visit the Hollywood Hills and see what Los Angeles is really like, or head down to San Diego. You can even experience some of the great seaside towns that dot the coast while you are on vacation. It’s a great experience.



Maybe you don’t want to be near the ocean, and that’s okay! Why not head to the beautiful state of Colorado and experience the forests and the mountains. You will find plenty of places to go hiking. Whether you visit in the middle of summer or the frigid winter, you will find plenty to do. Many really love coming to the state during the winter because they enjoy skiing and all of the other winter sports that are readily available for them to enjoy.


Another way to steer clear of the beach, but not the sand and heat, is by taking a vacation in Nevada. Of course, anyone who comes to the state will probably want to vacation in Vegas. It’s one of the most popular cities in the country, and it is a veritable playground for the adults in your group. Even though it is a perfect spot for the grownups, you can actually still find quite a few things for the kids to enjoy. They have plenty of pools and attractions to enjoy no matter your age.

Are these the only locations out there where you can find timeshare properties? Not by a long shot. You have plenty of options around the country and around the world; these are simply some of the most popular.

Of course, when you are choosing the best timeshare locations for you and your family, you have to do more than just consider what other people tell you makes for a great vacation! Always consider what your family enjoys as well as the types of outings you’ve enjoyed in the past. If no one in the family really cares much for carrying a bunch of sand back to the timeshare unit with them, then a beach vacation might be out of the question. Consider some of the other great possibilities out there and then start planning the vacation that really works the best for you. You have an entire world of options from which to choose.