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#2516 - 03/08/04 11:30 AM South Shore Resort Review
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WorldMark Forum


Have you stayed at South Shore? Here's your chance to tell other owners what it's really like. How big is the pool? How hot is the hot tub? What do you wish you had known before you left home?


Edited by RondaOS (12/04/07 08:57 AM)

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#57582 - 03/22/17 07:21 AM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: Forum Host]
toddscruggs Offline


Registered: 01/19/08
Posts: 3
Loc: California
Staying at WM South Lake Tahoe.
Very slow WiFi - BS in this day and age.
Charging me for more than 2 WiFi connections is BS.
Bldg 6 - 5 parking spaces for 12 units, and 3 handicap parking spaces. Plus parking for this unit is better for the unit next door so people from that unit also park here. So there very limited parking. Paying $1000 a year in maintenance dues for what? WM service and accommodations is going down hill every year it seems.

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#57429 - 01/14/17 07:01 AM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: Forum Host]
bthorman Offline


Registered: 01/12/06
Posts: 144
Loc: San Francisco Area
We recently got back from 2 nights in a 1 bedroom. We arrived on a Monday and it started to snow. It continued to snow, going to blizzard conditions the next day. We really didn't go out, but the room was extra large (possibly a converted SN room?). We spent a lot of time watching the children sled down the hill and make snowmen.

The staff was great and very helpful. The day we left we just hit the beginning of the next storm. Was very snowy but nothing too dramatic.

I have Tahoe III reserved for next year, but will continue to look for a 3 bedroom here instead.
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Beth Thorman
Resorts visited - Windsor, Solvang, Bass Lake, Kihei, Indio, Angels Camp, Clear Lake, Big Bear, Reno, Coral Baja, La Paloma, San Francisco, and South Shore Lake Tahoe.

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#57239 - 10/05/16 11:19 AM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: Forum Host]
sabino Offline


Registered: 07/18/04
Posts: 3
Loc: United States
After many phone calls trying to make a reservation for a disabled unit at South Shore Resort we finally were happy to have made one and to travel to Lake Tahoe. I was excited and dream in having a perfect vacation. However, after we arrived at our unit we smell a strong awful odor; we opened the windows and doors and decided not to call the front desk to avoid bothering anyone and/or being bother, knowing that I had being told that there are only two disabled units at this resort. And after having gone through what I/us have gone through anything is small thing for me to complaint. So we thought one week goes fast and we are going to be outdoors most of the time anyway; so we went to bed and fall sleep until one of us kept waking up the other one every time we move because the bed make so much noise and the mattress was very uncomfortable. We arrived on Monday 9/26/2016 but by Wednesday 9/28/2016 we just couldn't put up any longer with the odor. It took us three days to identified the problem because we were out all day and came in late at night ready to go to bed, however, every day my wife got sicker than the day before. We figure out that there is mold in bathroom number two so we decided that Unit 3103 should be CONDEMNED because its a health hazard and decided to go home, we notified the front desk personnel that we needed to check out early because my wife got sick due to a mold problem in our unit; they seem careless and/or as if they already knew about the mold in unit 3103. We were not offered another unit nor (let me see what can I do for you), ah! ah! nothing. Just, call the main number.
To be continue...
When we got home my wife called Owner Care at Worldmark and spoke with "Peggy" after my wife explained her our ordeal peggy stated if there is an issue we will refund your credits and your deposit you paid. We told her that there is an issue and the issue is that there is mold in unit 3103 at South Shore and we want our credits back and our money refunded. Peggy stated that someone is going to get back with us in two or three days. We still waiting.... No wonder there are so many owners upset with Worldmark and moral is so low in the forum.

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#57238 - 10/05/16 10:51 AM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: Forum Host]
sabino Offline


Registered: 07/18/04
Posts: 3
Loc: United States
After many phone calls trying to make a reservation for a disabled unit at South Shore Resort we finally were happy to have made one and to travel to Lake Tahoe. I was excited and dream in having a perfect vacation. However, after we arrived at our unit we smell a strong awful odor; we opened the windows and doors and decided not to call the front desk to avoid bothering anyone and/or being bother, knowing that I had being told that there are only two disabled units at this resort. And after having gone through what I/us have gone through anything is small thing for me to complaint. So we thought one week goes fast and we are going to be outdoors most of the time anyway; so we went to bed and fall sleep until one of us keep waking up the other one every time we move because the bed make so much noise and the mattress was very uncomfortable. We arrived on Monday 9/26/2016 but on Wednesday 9/28/2016 we just couldn't put up any longer with the odor. It took us three days to identified the problem because we were out all day and came in late at night ready to go to bed, however, every day my wife got sicker than the day before. We figure out that there is mold in bathroom number two so we decided that Unit 3103 should be CONDEMNED because its a health hazard and decided to go home, we notified the front desk personnel that we needed to check out early because my wife got sick due to a mold problem in our unit; they seem careless and/or as if they already knew about the mold in unit 3103. We were not offered another unit nor let me see what can I do for you, ah! ah! nothing. Just, call the main number.
To be continue...


Edited by sabino (10/05/16 11:12 AM)
Edit Reason: After many phone calls trying to make a reservation for a disabled unit at South Shore Resort we finally were happy to have made one and to travel to Lake Tahoe. I was excited and dream in having a perfect vacation. However, after we arrived at our unit w

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#57153 - 08/19/16 07:04 AM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: Forum Host]
VinceP17 Offline


Registered: 09/10/06
Posts: 2
Loc: California
Question: We will be staying at South Shore next week. I called them to ask about wire less and they said it would cost about $117 for the week because we are not Wyndham owners. is that true ? Is there a way around this?

Vince P.

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#55782 - 04/09/15 01:03 PM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: Forum Host]
Tkaleb7 Offline


Registered: 04/09/15
Posts: 1
Hi,

I have a 3bdrm on a wait list for my hubby's 40th bday. I also haves 3 bdrm at Tahoe I reserved. Trying to figure out which is better for a group of adults that want to have some fun! We haven't stayed at South Shore yet. Thanks!!!

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#54910 - 07/08/14 12:45 PM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: ]
Traveling Alex Offline


Registered: 06/26/14
Posts: 5
We stayed here in April, 2014. We absolutely LOVED this place. Quaint, nicely decorated with a theme that fit in with the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains. I will stay here again.

Everything from the furnishings and accommodations to the staff were first rate. No complaints. I am not one of those who comes on here to flaw-pick every imperfection of a WM unit. Nothing is ever perfect. We had a problem with the deadbolt on the door. We called and the maintenance people were on it like green on grass. They arrived in minutes and fixed it in minutes. You can feel good or bad morale when you visit a place and the staff here is upbeat and professional. They care about whether or not you are happy. I love the way we were treated with a helpful and professional staff.

There is a grocery store / small shopping center directly across the street. You are just minutes from casinos and skiing and other recreation if that is your thing.

I had one complaint, and this is part of learning the system of WM, since I have been an owner for only a matter of months, as I purchased my shares "used" (from someone else on the secondary market), and this was the 3rd resort I stayed in. I was told about an "Owner Education" seminar. Yeah, all of you seasoned WM veterans know what this means, and now so do I. I was told it would be a group presentation to tell us about the new changes that were coming up in June with the new availability of Wyndham resorts being added to our choices of places to go. We were told up front that it was a group presentation to help owners out. Well, that was a lie. When we got there, we were immediately taken to a table with one of the "sales vultures" as I call them, who immediately tried to sell us more timeshares. Apparently, they know everything about you as soon as you check in. They knew how long we have been owners and even the fact that we did not purchase "new" shares from WM directly.

I absolutely hate hate HATE being lied to. And these sales vultures are the best at doing so. This is the second time it has happened to us, but it won't happen again. I have come to the conclusion that there is no such thing as "owner education." It does not exist. They have no interest in educating you. They have one purpose, and that is to sell you more timeshares. And it is VERY high pressure. They make you want to buy just to escape them.

Note to others, when they try to talk you into an "owner education" seminar, run away, don't walk. Unless, of course, you want to buy more shares. They will be happy to do that.

Other than the lying sales vultures, this was a perfect place to either do something or do nothing. We always try to do a little bit of both.


Edited by Traveling Alex (07/08/14 12:46 PM)

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#54395 - 03/27/14 04:14 PM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: ]
jseitzinger Offline


Registered: 04/30/07
Posts: 5
Has anyone recently been to the resort in Lake Tahoe? Can you tell me what it is like?

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#54272 - 02/24/14 08:49 PM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: ]
wzwang128 Offline


Registered: 08/12/07
Posts: 13
Loc: CA
In May 2013, we stayed in the 1 bedroom unit. Besides a really squeaky floor, the place was ok. We had so much fun with the activties then, we decided to visit again early Dec. 2013.
This time, we stayed at a 3 bedroom unit. Loved the space, but one of the bathroom didn't have any hot water. Then, since there were several units in the wing being remodeled, it was alittle noisy in the morning. Parking was alittle troublesome, since the contruction trucks were parking in the area during our stay.
Nonetheless, the activities kept us happy. Will visit again when it's warmer.

1 bedroom unit:
https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?fbid=10151550440518670&set=a.10151548894123670.1073741845.547063669&type=3&theater

3 bedroom unit:
https://www.facebook.com/#!/wzwang128/media_set?set=a.10152026976683670.1073741891.547063669&type=3
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Enjoy it all, while you can.

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#48621 - 09/02/12 06:23 AM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: ]
travelbug Offline


Registered: 03/27/04
Posts: 17
Loc: Southern Oregon
We stayed here for one week in a 1 bdrm unit on the second floor of building 3. You could hear some road noise from the bedroom if the window was open, but otherwise it was fairly quiet. The unit was large and well equipped. We had a view of the pool area through the tall pine trees from our balcony deck.

If you are 62+ and have a National Parks Senior pass, you can park for half price at Nevada Beach. No discount at Zephyr Cove ($8).

We declined the "owner update" but said yes to an in-room survey. No one showed up at the appointed time, we called and someone came over from the sales office. The gift was an insulated bag with coupons and some sample toiletries inside. One of the coupons was for parking at Round Hill Pines beach ($8). We figured it would be one use only but they didn't take it away, just said put on the dash so apparently could use it every day we're here.

We have been to 20+ Worldmark resorts (owners since 1994) and this ranks near the top for location. We did not like Tahoe III. We'd come here again.

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#47955 - 06/03/12 11:53 PM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: ]
JRPaulsen Offline


Registered: 02/07/06
Posts: 5
Loc: Oregon
Just got back from a beautiful week at South Shore with some friends, our first time there. It had snowed briefly the night before we arrived, but it got warmer and warmer as the week went on, much to our delight! Everyone said it was unseasonably warm - between 70 & 80 degree highs the whole time. Only used the fireplace the first night. And while we had a nice top floor, 2 bed corner unit, there is no A/C and the place heated up very quickly with the afternoon sun shining in/down, so we had to leave windows open all night before the heat would disappear - one with a fan in it too! Not sure we would have felt comfortable doing that on the ground floor, though. And I suspect the lower floors remained much cooler. Not sure if any of the places in town besides the casinos have invested in A/C either, as it was pretty much the same situation everywhere we went (warm and stuffy indoors), but it cools down outside very quickly after sunset. Still, not a big price to pay when you are in such a "heavenly" place, lol.

The grounds were lovely and the location very convenient - one block to Safeway and a 10+ minute walk to Nevada beach. While the unit had a new flat screen tv in the living room, and was very clean, it did look like it could use a little sprucing up here and there, and I was surprised to find only a shower in the master bath. We used the pool and hot tub a few times...they were very nice and good sizes (there is a second hot tub that is covered in a different area from the main pool/hot tub/kiddie pool). We usually ended up getting back to the room just a little too late to make the 10:00pm pool curfew...sure hope that time will change one day soon! From our balcony, we could see the pool area and there was a children's play structure next to our unit (Building 4) - which also meant we could hear everyone, lol. But it wasn't bad if the windows were closed. The garbage receptacles for each building were out in the parking lots, not conveniently located down the hall as in most other resorts. There were no separate recycling bins. They've put alot of effort into keeping things "bear proof" though. And while there are elevators in the buildings, our unit was much closer to the stairs, so my husband and I just decided to use the stairs all the time to get some exercise. At least after the first day, when we had gotten more used to the high altitude and stopped gasping for air. smile

There were a few times that we were not able to find a parking spot for our building, but when we notified the front desk, they didn't hesitate to ask folks to kindly have their guests park in the designated guest parking area. Most of them said that their guests were just unloading, but we know that wasn't the case. Anyway, it didn't seem to upset anyone, so all was well.

I was surprised that there was no w-fi available in the units yet, but we were able to check out a special modem that plugged into my laptop, and worked well enough. We were so busy each day that I wasn't online alot anyway. The staff said they are hoping to have wi-fi available very soon. If we hadn't just signed up for TravelShare, there would have also been a fee for the modem, I believe it was $4.95/day or $14.95/wk.

Since the weather was so amazing, we were able to do a number of different activities - hiking to Vikingsholm in Emerald Bay (you'll need good lungs for that, lol), a lunch cruise on the lake, renting bicycles to ride to a couple of beaches further down south shore and visit ValHalla/Estates, walking to nearby Nevada beach a couple of times, patio barbecues, checked out the casinos and some sushi/various restaurants, watched some comedy at the Improv at Harvey's, walked around Heavenly Village and the shops at Stateline, and went up to the top of Harrah's to get a nice view of the lake (because we didn't want to pay $30+ a piece to go up and down the Gondola). We thought about doing horse rides too, but decided to just take a drive around the lake to save some money. There was a little road construction that slowed things down here and there, but not uncommon this time of year. There are also innumerable hiking spots, and water sports to partake in, and you never know when something fun and/or motorcyle-car related will be going on in Reno or Sparks (about an hour away). I would recommend just looking for brochures/coupons/recommendations at the front desk. Some places will give you a discount if you mention where you're staying. One note: every beach we went to had an $8 to $12 entrance fee per car, BUT if you ride a bike or walk you can get in for free! At least that was our experience. Also, be sure to reserve a day or two in advance anything you need tickets for, just to be safe.

I will try to wrap this up by saying that we really enjoyed our stay in this very special place and want to come back again to experience it during the winter months and do some snow skiing. Or just retire, lol. The ONLY thing we did not enjoy was the "Owner Question & Answer" session they signed us up for right off the bat, as they usually try to do. We were told it would NOT be a sales pitch, and would only be about 45 minutes, to go over info on the "merge" and we would receive a flash drive with tons of useful info on it. We had no questions to ask, and since we just signed up for TravelShare in Dec. and can't afford one more penny for anything - figured that would be in our file and it would be obvious we would not be interested in buying more credits right now. Well, we were there for over 1.5 hours, they did try to talk us into purchasing more credits in the end, and they almost forgot to give us our flash drive and "free gift" after we made it clear we were NOT interested. Ugh. We have vowed never to sign up for one of those things again! But all in all, we had an excellent experience at this resort and I would highly recommend it to everyone!
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H & JR Paulsen

Running Y Ranch, Angels Camp, Oceanside, Eagle Crest, Depoe Bay, Clear Lake, Reno, Seaside, Schooner Landing, Indio, Kihei, South Shore Lake Tahoe, Tahoe III

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#46217 - 08/26/11 10:28 AM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: EmptyNesters]
ThumperLLL Offline


Registered: 11/24/08
Posts: 66
Loc: West Sacramento, California
Originally Posted By: EmptyNesters
We just reserved a 2 bdrm at South Lake Tahoe next Sept. 2012 We were debating between South Lake and Tahoe I, II and III. I hope we made the right decision. Any thoughts???


I prefer South Shore over Tahoe I II III.
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Jane and Jim

Y, Windsor, AC, Clear Lake, Kihei, Kona, DC, Solvang, LV (Blvd) Indio, Bass Lake, Marina, Reno, Tahoe(SS)Tahoe I,II,III, SF, Wolf Creek, McCall, Eagle Crest, Anaheim, Kapaa Shores

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#46158 - 08/22/11 06:21 AM Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: ]
EmptyNesters Offline


Registered: 05/31/06
Posts: 4
Loc: CA, USA
We just reserved a 2 bdrm at South Lake Tahoe next Sept. 2012 We were debating between South Lake and Tahoe I, II and III. I hope we made the right decision. Any thoughts???

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#44649 - 03/14/11 10:27 PM Re: South South Resort Review (parking) [Re: IndigoGypsy]
whistler0 Offline


Registered: 03/14/11
Posts: 2
Excuse me but I have to jump in on this subject. I've been going up to south lake going on 7 years during February and the parking has gotten worse. Too many people are being inconsiderate and parking more than one car on site, example: last year someone in the building(#5)I stayed in parked 2 "extra" cars in front of the building and one of those took up a "handicapped" space(no one in the group was handicapped) and they never hung thier permits. When I notified the desk they said they would look into it but never asked for plates or vehicle decriptions. I have seen multiple vehicles to detached trailers in spaces. This year was the worst. I stayed in the building(#3)across from the laundry and maintenance building. First there is enough spaces in front for each unit including a handicapped and one marked "Maintenance Vehicle Only". The maintenance vehicle was not parked in that spot,it was in a owners space and did not move for 3 days. The laundry and maintenance personnel also took up 1 to 2 spaces during the day. What made matters worse was that the spaces where not kept clear of snow when cars where gone(the Wyndham side seemed to have better space clearing)so as the snow builtup,the lines where not visible and the parking situation got worse. I understand that not every building has parking right in front but at the same time if I'm in a building that does, I expect to be able to park at my building and not 1 or 2 buildings away because someone is inconsiderate by not following the rules. I've written to Wyndham about this and an easy fix would be to assign a space to each unit, any leftover spaces could be used by those that wish to be inconsiderate. Well I started off to write a dining review but got side track. The review tomorrow.

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#44104 - 01/15/11 01:46 PM Re: RE: Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: erick825]
treewright Offline


Registered: 01/15/11
Posts: 1
Loc: California
We finally got to stay at the South Shore resort...We decided at the last minute to see if they had a room available and we were in luck.. Hubby, myself and the 2 kids stayed in a nice 1 bedroom with a murphy bed for the kids.
No complaints at all until.... we went to bed. Oh my god!! We've NEVER had a worse nights sleep EVER. Husband actually went to sleep on the couch around 3:30am. At 5:00 A.M. I took the bed apart thinking this had to be a special type of mattress because it was just awful... To give you an idea of how hard the bed was. I'm 6ft tall and carry my fair share of weight. When I sat down on the bed it hardly moved under my weight. I did discover the mattress had been manufactured on 12-4-10 and we slept on it on 12-11-10 (tried to). (Note:As we drove through the property to our condo we noticed a truck full of mattress's) I called the front desk to let them know ASAP that we had a miserable night. She (kaitlyn) was very accomadating and said all of our credits would be refunded. When we checked out later that morning she said she'd had 2 other complaints as well, she also said the beds are brand new and probably need to be broken in.REALLY!!!
I did some research and found some information about the beds (check out link).
Freeman Kelly simmons beautyrest

As of yet we still haven't been credited back our points and when I called the resort today the manager said he personally hadn't heard any complaints. He said Kaitlyn will call me back tomorrow...
Maybe that's a bad bed out of a new batch and hopefully we don't ever have to go through that again.

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#44026 - 01/09/11 10:57 AM RE: Re: South Shore Resort Review [Re: kent5845]
erick825 Offline


Registered: 12/23/09
Posts: 10
Loc: California
For our Christmas Vacation this year we decided to have a white holiday. South Shore was more then generous in delivering. I would bet we had 4 feet of snow over the 2 weeks we were there. I know it was just our luck that all the snow came while we were there, however, it made for a very enjoyable vacation.

We knew the storms were coming so we got a 1 bedroom for our first two nights. Room 14201 was right next to the clubhouse and it was perfectly sized for the two of us. However we noticed that the name on the door was Residence Club. When we checked in, the attendent told me there are three timeshares that use this site. WorldMark being one, Wyndham and Residence Club being the other two. In the room itself it had all the features of a WorldMark room and had we not been told, I never would of looked for anything different. So as I ventured out, I looked at the plaques on the other rooms and saw that Wyndham rooms are in the same building as the one we were in. Being the curious one, I peeked in the rooms and WOW there is a difference. The Wyndham rooms have the flat screens and the nicer bedsets. I am sure there are some other differences as well but I didn't want to impose on other guests to got snooping any further.

Since we knew we were going to be moving on our second day we asked if we could stay in building 14. We had a 2 bdroom reserved for the remainder of our stay. They said the rest of that building were 3 bdrms so we would have to move to another one. We checked out as late as possible knowing we would probably be waiting at least 4 hours for our next check in. We packed up our stuff and stored it in our car and carried the few things to entertain ourselves for the next few hours to the clubhouse. As we checked out of room at the desk, to our suprise, they had our next room ready for us to move in right away. We could not believe the service. Within 20 mins of leaving our first room we had unloading into the second room and were settled into room 4202.

We had a very nice view of the hill that is on the backside of the resort. Kids were sleding down the lower half of it. It was very entertaining for the two of us.

We did have one very strange event occur while we were there. I had some very importany papers being sent to me via UPS. They were due to arrive on the first Tuesday we were there. We went to the front desk and asked if there was a package for us and to our suprise NONE. I thought maybe due to the weather it would arrive on Wednesday. I went over a few times on Wednesday and again, no package. At this point, I was very conconerned so I contacted the UPS Store they were being sent from and they confirmed the package had been delivered on Tuesday as expected and was signed for. I called back to the front desk and told them who received the package the day before and when it was delivered. The staff went directly into action to find it and this is what they told me.

There is a sales office at this location and all the packages were directed to them. When they opened one of them, to their suprise was my letter. They didn't know who it was for but kept it just the same. They claim that UPS put my envelope inside another envelope. I know as a reader this doesn't make any sense. I have a hard time believing it as well. What I think happened is all the deliverys went to the sales office and no one looked at the UPS labels. Someone just went and opened them and was embarressed to open someone elses mail. The issue was resloved but I think they need to be more attentive to how mail is labeled.

The only other issue I have is the internet when I stay at these places. I have more dropped service when I stay at a WorldMark then I do at my home. I think WorldMark needs to put more pressure on the providers in the areas to make sure internet is available. We are paying for this service. Clearlake was the same as South Shore, when it worked it was fine, but if it went down, there was no ETA as to when it would be back.

Overall the stay was very nice. We enjoyed the area and talked about coming back. The Safeway across the street was very convient and the drive to the border where all the entertainment was, could not of been better located. We are not gamblers, so to be out of the noise of the casinos made our stay that much more enjoyable.

The resort staff try to make evenings fun as well for the families. One night they put on a bingo game. We went and participated in it and got to meet some of the other families staying there. It was a lot of fun and good laughs.

Owners since 2003
Diamond Elite - 52,000
Places stayed: Angels Camp, Clear Lake, Indio, Reno, Las Vegas, Oceanside, Windsor, Maui, Anaheim, South Shore
Upcoming Visits: Anaheim, Victoria, Marriots Timber Lodge
Exchanged: Marriott Orlando, The Towers of Orlando.


Edited by RondaOS (01/15/11 09:20 AM)

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