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Bluegreen Vacation Club, a large and very nice system of resorts located among other places, in the eastern USA, three of which are beach resorts in popular Fort Myers, FL, also Missouri, Hawaii, Wisconsin.

Gulf Shores - Shoreline Towers
Shoreline Towers puts you in the perfect position to enjoy the best of Gulf Shores, right on the beach, yet is just a short distance from golf, amusement parks, arts festivals, and pristine coastal wetlands.

Gulf Shores - Paradise Isle Resort
Combining Southern hospitality with a relaxed island flair, the resort offers all the amenities for a family getaway-- an oasis of tranquility within easy reach of all the excitement and action that Gulf Shores has to offer.

Bradenton - Via Roma Beach Resort
The Via Roma Beach Resort captures the essence of the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. The area’s tranquil beauty has been luring visitors for almost five centuries.

Daytona Beach - Fantasy Island Resort II
This beachfront resort offers that rare combination of sand and speed. With its sandy white beaches and International Speedway, there’s no place in the world quite like Daytona.

Daytona Beach Shores - Dolphin Beach Club
The best of Florida fun converges at The Dolphin Beach Club. For where else in the world can you enjoy world class auto racing, world-championship golf, and nearby world-class theme parks?

Fort Myers Beach - Windward Passage
Ft. Myers Beach, with its sandy shore and mangrove-lined canals, offers endless possibilities for water sports and activities. Windward Passage Resort is for those who want adventure as hot as the Florida sun.

Fort Myers Beach - Tropical Sands Resort
Tropical Sands Resort is a sun-splashed oasis in the heart of Ft. Myers Beach. Here, you’ll find great shopping, dining, sailing, bird watching, golfing, and endless beaches.

Fort Myers Beach - Mariner's Boathouse & Beach Resort
Ft. Myers Beach is a year-round destination for sun worshippers, shell collectors, serious anglers, and water sports enthusiasts of every stripe.

Gulfstream - Gulfstream Manor
Gulfstream Manor is a casual chic retreat just minutes from the posh shopping district, fine opera, and grand old homes of Palm Beach.

Holmes Beach - Resort Sixty-Six
Welcome to Anna Maria Island, where the pace is as gentle as the ocean breeze. From here you are within minutes of the elegant shops of St. Armands Circle, the colorful Selby Botanical Gardens, and the world-famous Ringling Museum. Sun, sand, and Sarasota are all at your beck and call.

Orlando - Orlando's Sunshine Resort I
With several of the best theme parks on the planet, it’s no wonder Orlando is the nation’s number one vacation destination. In the midst of all this excitement, Orlando’s Sunshine Resort is a haven of relaxation.

Ormond Beach - Outrigger Beach Club
Ormond Beach, once the exclusive winter playground for the Vanderbilts and Rockefellers, is now an idyllic vacation mecca for all families and snowbirds.

Ormond Beach - Casa del Mar
Discover why Ormond Beach has been one of the most popular destinations in Florida for more than a century. Once a mecca for American royalty, including the Astors, Vanderbilts, Fords and Rockefellers, idyllic Ormond Beach is known as the “Birthplace of Speed” – a nod to the various land speed records set there.

Panama City Beach - Ocean Towers Beach Club
Discover why Conde Naste Traveler rated Panama City Beach as the finest beach in America. This year-round resort area also boasts some of the best fishing, diving, and golfing in America, yet remains uncrowded and unspoiled.

Panama City Beach - Landmark Holiday Beach Resort
Stretching more than 27 miles, Panama City Beach is one of the most beautiful in the world-- and yet one of its best kept secrets, too. It’s along these glistening sands that the Landmark resort rises majestically.

Panama City Beach - Panama City Resort & Club
Everything that makes Florida so appealing can be found in Panama City Beach-- pristine Gulf coast beaches and amusement parks to golf, tennis, diving, and fishing. And comfortable weather all year.

Sanibel Island - Surfrider Beach Club
Breaking waves and the distant call of seagulls conjure up visions of romance. Surfrider is a tropical paradise that offers picturesque nature preserves, quaint village shops, and endless beaches.

St Augustine - World Golf Village
Located minutes away from Florida sun-drenched Atlantic coast and next to the World Golf Hall of Fame, Grande Villas has everything you’re seeking for a fun-loving family vacation. Tee off on "The Slammer and The Squire" golf course. Or spend the day playing by the pool.

Surfside - Solara Surfside
Solara Surfside™ Located in Surfside, a seaside town just north of Miami Beach, this oceanfront subtropical setting is your escape to virtually unlimited fun in the sun.

Marble Hill - Petit Crest Villas, Big Canoe
Just an hour from Atlanta, Petit Crest serves up the exhilaration of nature without sacrificing the comforts of home. And one of Georgia’s top-ranked golf courses is a short drive away.

Kauai - Pono Kai Resort
Surrounded by swaying palms and sandy beaches, the Pono Kai Resort offers something for everyone.

Boyne Falls - Mountain Run at Boyne
Year round fun!

Branson - Falls Village Resort
Set amidst the Ozark Mountains, The Falls Village just a stone’s throw from the 30 theaters that have earned Branson its title as the “Live Music Show Capital of the World”.

Ridgedale - Big Cedar Wilderness Club
Located 10 miles south of Branson, Missouri, this new 83-acre resort is the ultimate wilderness escape on a picturesque Table Rock Lake.

South Carolina
Charleston - Lodge Alley Inn
Charleston is one of America’s oldest cities and The Lodge Alley Inn is one of its best-known landmarks. Dating back to the 1700s, this gracious resort brings history to life.

Hilton Head Island - Player's Club
Player’s Club is a serene resort within easy reach of the best that Hilton Head has to offer-- sandy beaches, world-class golf and tennis, marinas, bike paths, riding stables, and hundreds of stores, theaters, and restaurants.

Myrtle Beach - Harbour Lights
Harbour Lights is located in the heart of America’s golf capital-- Myrtle Beach—where you’ll find nearly 120 courses, designed by such legends as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Francis Duane.

North Myrtle Beach - Shore Crest Vacation Villas I & II
If you love the beach, bargains, bogies and blues, this is your heaven on Earth. Here you’ll find upscale factory outlets, boardwalk shops, waterfront dining, and great entertainment.

Gatlinburg - MountainLoft
Built in the woods not far from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, MountainLoft is relaxed and in harmony with nature. In town, you’ll find charming shops offering handmade arts and crafts. Skiing is nearby.

Pigeon Forge - Laurel Crest
Located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Pigeon Forge, offers quiet serenity, while just a short drive to nearby skiing and more than 40 attractions, including the Dollywood theme park and the world’s largest private collection of Elvis memorabilia. Skiing is nearby.

Gordonsville - Shenandoah Crossing
Shenandoah Crossing offers the simplicity of nature within easy reach of the small-town sophistication of historic Charlottesville.

Wisconsin Dells - Christmas Mountain Village
Christmas Mountain Village is a resort for all seasons. Championship golf in summer and the region’s best family-oriented downhill and Nordic skiing in winter.

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