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Memories across the country.
“My WorldMark timeshare has provided inspiration for many memorable vacations. Had it not been for WorldMark, my family and friends and I would not have taken many of the trips we have had. We enjoy spring break on the Oregon Coast, have taken trips to Hawaii when we want warmer water to play in, and even a trip to Mexico and also Canada along with many others within the United States. One of the most memorable trips was the last trip with my parents. It was a four-generation getaway to their favorite spot — the Oregon coast. We were able to book multiple rooms at WorldMark Seaside where they could view the ocean even when they could not walk on the beach any longer.
Now it is time to plan our next vacation. With so many options it is difficult to choose. We have three generations now ranging in age from 14 months to 63 years old. We have all loved being outdoors and enjoy hiking. Even the 14-month-old loves hiking as she still gets to ride atop her dad. Living in different states and having different ages and abilities can make it more challenging to plan a vacation.
WorldMark always comes through with the perfect answer. We discussed options and what would be a reasonable distance to travel with children, and what activities we all would enjoy. It did not take us long to settle on St. George, Utah. Pictures of the resort reveal that you can view the mountains from the resort. There is hiking nearby in the canyons. Zion National Park is close enough for a day drive. Not only that, but there are ghost towns and other family activities to thrill everyone. Right on property there are multiple children’s playgrounds, pools, hot tubs, an activity center, fitness center horse shoes, and shuffleboard. Our only concern is that the kids will have so much fun at the resort that they won’t want to explore the larger area where there is a natural wonderland. It looks like this may end up being a resort we go back to multiple times.
WorldMark offers the opportunity to return to tried and true favorites and also explore new areas. Staying at the Fiji resort is still on my bucket list. However, that one might be a quiet getaway without the entire family.”