Wouldn’t it be great to have your own magical place to spend the Christmas holidays, or where you and the kids can escape to for fun-filled summer vacations? Owning a Massanutten timeshare may be an ideal choice.
Sprawled around an all-season, mountainous resort in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, Massanutten is everything you could ask for in a perfect vacation spot. From winter snow sports to waterparks, outdoor adventure and exciting dining and nightlife options, Massanutten is a place where the fun never stops.
Voted by Parents Magazine as one of "The 10 Best Water Parks of 2016," the WaterPark is a very popular attraction at Massanutten. This indoor/outdoor water park features pools, a water fortress, body slides, a lazy river, hot tubs and an Endless Wave pool where you can learn to surf.
Kids and parents alike can enjoy laughs and thrills together at the Family Adventure Park with ziplining, summer/snow tubing, wall climbing, and a canopy tour that takes you through the forest treetops and across a Burma bridge. The Kids’ Playland provides smaller children with bouncy houses and the learning adventure of gem mining.
Two 8-hole golf courses offer picturesque fairways and exciting challenges to both beginners and experts alike.
Need time to unwind and pamper yourself? Men and women both can indulge in a selection of spa services that include massages, skin care and waxing, facials, nail care and more.
A Massanutten timeshare vacation in the winter is a magical time for making family memories. You can snow ski over 70 acres of spectacular ski slopes, spin and glide across a huge ice skating rink, and race against your family members down steep snow-tubing lanes.
Dining and Nightlife
An active family works up an appetite, and Massanutten has you covered with a variety of dining options from BBQ sandwiches to hamburgers and pizza to buffets.
The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down in Massanutten. Lounges, restaurants, bars and outdoor campfire venues fire up with drinks, live music, dancing, karaoke and bingo.
Exploring Outside the Resort Area
Outdoor adventure, natural wonders and history all wait for your discovery within half an hour’s drive outside the Massanutten timeshare resort area. For example, Shenandoah National Park offers scenic drives, hiking, waterfalls, kayaking, canoeing, rappelling and camping.
Luray Caverns, one of the largest and most popular cave systems in the country’s eastern region, is a must-see for its fascinating formations and mirrored pools.
The Frontier Culture Museum, in nearby Staunton, depicts early American farm life through historic buildings and artifacts.
Crosskeys Vineyards, in Mt. Crawford, is a beautiful place to explore and relax while enjoying live music and wine tasting.
Harrisonburg offers walking tours, Civil War history, a farmer’s market and the White Oak Lavender Farm, where you can view lavender products and the making of wreaths and aromatherapy mists.
When to Visit
Massanutten’s peak period runs through the winter ski season, holidays and Spring Break. During these times, weekends can be crowded, and prices could be affected. If snow is not your thing, and you want to avoid the crowds, the best time to visit is during summer just before school begins in August.
Interested in buying or renting a Massanutten timeshare for your family getaways? Browse our directory and check out all the available properties.