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Timeshare Spotlight: Big Cedar Wilderness Club

One of the magical things about summer as a kid is going to summer camp. The swimming, the boating, the rustic log cabins, starry nights, hiking through the “wilderness.” What if you could have all of that and a timeshare rental to boot?

The Big Cedar Wilderness Club is a wilderness experience at a luxury resort. Nestled in the Ozark Mountains of Ridgedale, MO, it’s close to the exciting entertainment and shopping of Branson, but tucked away enough (by ten miles) to be surrounded by the peace and quiet of nature.

There is boating, swimming, and fishing right outside your door on Table Rock Lake, where there is a full-service marina. Or hit the links on the Jack Nicklaus signature golf course. Or tour Dogwood Canyon Nature Park by hiking, biking, jeep, or horseback.

Timeshare rentals come in all shapes and sizes, including lodges, cozy cottages, and “rustic” log cabins, include a fireplace and a hot tub, and some have views of Table Rock Lake (see photo below).

Reviewers rave about Big Cedar Wilderness Club:

“Loved it! The room was great, the beds were incredible (couldn’t get them in my car), the view beautiful! Highly recommend it.”

“I’ve stayed in a lot of condos/timeshares and this is the BEST ONE I’ve ever stayed in. It’s like being in a rustic lodge and the units are clean. My husband and I got to watch the sunset over the lake from the hot tub while the kids played in the pool. We’re going back in August!”

“Big Cedar is the epitome of an Ozark getaway! No where in the Ozarks will you find a resort of this luxury. The attention to detail can be seen from the moment you drive onto the resort property right down to the warm homemade cookie placed on your pillow each night. The staff is among the friendliest I have encountered. If you have the opportunity to visit, grab it while you can!”

“This is a fabulous resort. We have been going to Big Cedar Lodge for years and when they started the Wilderness Club we jumped at the chance and bought right away. Johnny Morris of Bass Pro is the developer, and, just as at Big Cedar Lodge, the attention to detail makes this place special. The log cabins have hardwood floors, stained glass windows, floor to ceiling river rock fireplaces, jacuzzi tub, large deck with gas grill. There is so much to do that in the 6+ years we have been going here, we have never once gone into Branson because we don’t want to leave the resort. If you get a chance to go here take it – you’ll be glad you did!”

Timeshare rentals at Big Cedar Wilderness Club start at just $57/night.

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Timeshare Rentals: Travel to Oscar Nominated Film Destinations

Was your invitation to the 83rd Academy Awards (held February 27, 2011) lost in the mail? Bummer. Not to worry – you can do the next best thing, and get up close and personal with the Best Movie Oscar nominations by planning a timeshare rental vacation where your favorites were filmed on location.

  1. Black Swan
    Rent a NYC timeshare and visit the New York State University at Purchase Performing Arts Center. It’s just 20 miles from Manhattan, and is where most of the principle photography for this movie took place. While visiting NYC you can attend both the New York City Ballet and the American Ballet Theater.
  2. The King’s Speech
    To visit shooting locations for this movie you get to go to the U.K. and rent a London timeshare. Several different places were used for different aspects of the Buckingham Palace – Lancaster House (a 19th-century mansion owned by the Foreign Office) was the main location. Other key sites were Drapers Hall, a Livery Hall in the City of London, and Englefield House, a Berkshire mansion which was used for the entrance to Buckingham Palace.
  3. The Fighter
    This true story about welterweight boxer Mickey Ward was filmed on location in Ward’s hometown of Lowell, MA. Its boxing matches were shot at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, and gym scenes at Arthur Ramalho’s West End Gym, one of the real-life facilities where Ward had trained.
  4. The Social Network
    Also filmed for the most part in Massacusettes, on location sites included Cambridge, two prep schools of Phillips Academy and Milton Academy, and Wheelock College which was set up to be Harvard’s campus. The rowing scenes with the Winklevoss brothers were filmed at Community Rowing Inc. in Newton, MA and at Henley Royal Regatta. Los Angeles and Pasadena substituted for Silicon Valley.

    Filming locations for both movies are within easy driving distances of a Boston timeshare rental as well as a Cape Cod timeshare rental.

  5. The Inception
    Locations for this movie included six countries on four continents: Japan, Morocco, France, England, Canada and the United States. Rent a Paris timeshare and check out the Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge over the Seine; a London timeshare for The University College London’s Flaxman Gallery; and a Banff, Alberta timeshare rental for nearby abandoned Fortress Mountain ski resort.
  6. Winter’s Bone
    Filmed in the Ozarks near Branson, MO. A timeshare rental in Branson actually offers a great deal of family fun, unlike the harrowing, dangerous tale told in this Oscar nominated movie.
  7. True Grit
    Most of the outdoor locations for this western were filmed around Santa Fe, NM. Rent a Santa Fe timeshare and share in the beautiful wide-open spaces captured so beautifully by cinematographer Roger Deakins.

We hope all your favorite stars and movies received the awards you hoped for at this year’s Oscars. Happy traveling!

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