Welcome to Bluegreen Resorts

Boasting more than 60 owned and managed properties nationwide, Bluegreen Resorts offers customers a wealth of vacation ownership opportunities. The company operates as part of Bluegreen Corporation, which was founded in 1966 and provides an array of lifestyle and leisure products through its family of affiliated companies.

Bluegreen Resorts timeshare owners can fully customize their stays at premier resorts and hotels via a unique Vacation Points system. Subject to availability and remaining points balance, owners select the season, resort, accommodation type, and length of stay that suits them best. Owners also enjoy exchange network access to approximately 3,700 resorts around the globe. Unused points can be passed on to friends or applied toward future vacations; in addition, points can be borrowed from future years as needed.

  • 6 Surprising Attractions in Branson, Missouri

    Bluegreen Resorts knows that most people have very little time to research when planning a great vacation. But, if you think you already know what it would be like to stay in Branson, Missouri, it might be time to think again. Branson may be famous for its huge range of show-stopping entertainment—it is known as the “Live Music Show Capital of the World,” after all—but it is also known for its proximity to the natural majesty of the Ozark Mountains.

    Here are six favorite Branson attractions that are all the better for being unexpected:

    The World’s Largest Toy Museum


  • Your To-Do List for 48 Amazing Hours in Charleston

    With sunny skies, temperatures in the mid-70s, and the scent of wisteria in the air, springtime in the South is a glorious season. And what better way to celebrate it than by spending a weekend in one of the region’s most captivating cities: Charleston, South Carolina. Synonymous with Southern hospitality, this lovely Lowcountry city offers visitors everything from historic charm to beautiful beaches, making it the perfect place to say “goodbye” to winter.

    Friday evening

    Lodge Alley InnAfter you’ve checked in to The Lodge Alley Inn, it’s time to get a good

  • Going to Vegas This Year? Make Sure You Eat Here

    Visitors to Las Vegas have always been spoiled for choice when it comes to restaurants. To help with those mouthwatering decisions, here’s a roundup of some of Sin City’s hottest restaurants for 2016. From new offerings to spruced-up old favorites, and from fine dining to casual takeout, here’s where you should eat in Las Vegas this year.


    chickenWhen Natalie Young’s Eat opened in downtown Las Vegas a few years ago, the eclectic and soulful breakfast and lunch spot was an instant hit with locals and tourists alike. Now, Young has expanded