When individuals join the Bluegreen Vacation Club, they gain access to dozens of luxurious resorts around the country, from the mountains of Montana to the heart of New York City. Through Bluegreen Vacations, individuals can now stay at The Manhattan Club, located between Broadway and Seventh Avenue in Midtown. This convenient location allows Bluegreen Vacations guests to walk to some of the city’s most exciting attractions, from Broadway theaters to Times Square. The resort’s suites feature the newest technologies, from Bose stereos to flat-screen televisions, as well as wireless Internet access, to make the stay as comfortable as possible. Each unit also has a full kitchenette for when guests choose to enjoy the city from the comfort of their room.

Guests at The Manhattan Club enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast, valet parking, and easy access to the New York City public transportation system. The resort’s knowledgeable concierge can recommend some of the best shows and restaurants and book tickets directly for guests to make the experience as enjoyable as possible.
Bluegreen Vacation Club provides travelers with access to unforgettable resorts around the country and abroad, including Lake Condominiums at Big Sky in Montana. Situated at the foot of Lone Mountain, this Bluegreen Vacations resort overlooks Lake Levinski and offers guests the beauty of nature in all seasons. Guests can view peaks and valleys for miles into the distance from the condominiums’ private decks. From hikes under clear blue skies in the summer to days spent skiing down the slopes during the winter, Bluegreen Vacations members always have plenty of activities from which to choose.

Guests at Lake Condominiums have access to 14 different ski lifts and 85 miles of trails on three different mountains. Advanced skiers and snowboarders will enjoy the jumps, rails, and halfpipe of a neighboring terrain park. Many guests also choose to take a day trip to nearby Yellowstone National Park or stay overnight in Grand Teton National Park, both of which have earned consistent praise for their magnificent views and unique wildlife.
Bluegreen Vacations offers vacation resorts throughout the United States, none more exciting than Lake Condominiums at Big Sky in Montana. And when vacationers choose to visit this Bluegreen Vacation Club venue ringed by three mountains, they can tap into a bit of the colorful history of the region in between hiking, horse riding, skiing, rafting, and other outdoor sports. 

In the days before the cowboys, millions of bison roamed Montana. By the time the American Fur Company set up operations, complete with cattle, in the eastern portion of the state, bison still dominated the West. 

With the discovery of gold in the 1860s, cattle, cowboys, ranchers, bandits, and railroads soon followed. By 1880, the bison had nearly vanished, and the lush grasslands of the prairies were available to the cattle that soon came to symbolize the development of Montana’s ranchlands. By the middle of the 1880s, more than 1 million cattle lived in the Montana Territory.

The ranchers and stockmen divided the land ranges into cattle roundup segments, each sprawling over thousands of acres. Every rancher bore the responsibility of helping with the spring and autumn roundup operations in his district. The cowboys who worked the ranches came from all parts of the country. Some had grown up on Western ranches, others were new arrivals from back East. All contributed to the iconic image of the cowboy that we know today: rugged, individualistic, hard working, and driven.

As the 20th century progressed, ranching, logging, and mining continued, and the citizens of the state discovered the need to preserve their natural heritage through conservation and new applications of technology. Today, cowboys still exist, although their traditions are fading. Yet wranglers, rodeo riders, and cattle drivers still contribute to the vibrant culture and economy of the state.

Bluegreen Vacations’ Lake Condominiums property at Big Sky covers well over 3,000 acres and offers opportunities for outdoor fun and exploration throughout the year.
More than 170,000 owners leverage their shares in Bluegreen Vacations' Bluegreen Vacation Club to visit resorts and destinations throughout the United States and the Caribbean. Founded in 1966, Bluegreen Vacations maintains a deeded and points-based ownership program and in conjuction with Choice Hotels and Bass Pro Shops offers vacation sites that cater to a wide variety of travelers. 

Families interested in history, for instance, can use their ownership in Bluegreen Vacations to visit historical sites throughout the Southern United States. The company’s resort in St. Augustine, Florida, provides access to the United States’ oldest European settlement with continuous occupation. Its Parkside Williamsburg Resort and Patrick Henry Square destinations in Williamsburg, Virginia, provide visitors with a chance to see actors portraying 18th-century life in Colonial Williamsburg. Furthermore, The Studio Homes at Ellis Square, Bluegreen’s Savannah, Georgia, destination, offers access to the grid-based construction and 24 public squares of the city’s historic district, planned out by General James Edward Oglethorpe and his colonists in 1733.

La Cabana Beach and Racquet Club, which offers direct access to Eagle Beach on the west coast of Aruba, is an ideal vacation destination for travelers who enjoy the sun and water. The resort provides an oceanfront pool, a swim-up bar, and opportunities for a variety of adventurous water sports. Aruba’s beaches offer parasailing, wreck diving, and snorkeling. Aruba’s nearby national parks are home to a number of hiking trails. The “Cura di Tortuga,” a natural pool surrounded by rocks, is a popular place for cliff diving.

Members of Bluegreen Vacation Club can trade their Vacation Points for a stay at Bluegreen Vacations’ Aruba resort, which has one-bedroom suites and two-bedroom villas with balconies overlooking the Caribbean Sea, full kitchens, and separate sleeping and living areas. The Bluegreen Vacations resort also offers a game room for children and adults, a mini-market, a mini-golf course, and seven on-site restaurants.
Whether guests are looking for relaxation, romance, or adventure, Bluegreen Vacations’ Holmes Beach resort offers a spectacular beach vacation. Resort Sixty-Six, which is part of the Bluegreen Vacation Club point system, provides a private, secluded atmosphere along the white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.

The resort offers studio and one-bedroom units, which have balconies, kitchens, and Internet access. Beachfront villas offer private, screened-in porches with views of the Gulf. Vacationers can enjoy relaxing on the beach or in the resort’s private pool and hot tub. A moonlight stroll along the shore can provide a romantic backdrop for the end of an evening.

Resort Sixty-Six is surrounded by entertainment venues and outdoor attractions. Guests can try water sports such as water skiing, kayaking, and boating, and a nearby state park is an excellent place to observe north Florida’s plants and animals. Children will enjoy the area’s mini-golf courses, games rooms, and theme park.