- 1 Will Massanutten resort buy back my timeshare?
- 2 How much is the Massanutten resort fee?
- 3 Who owns Massanutten resort?
- 4 Is Massanutten resort Open?
- 5 Can you deed a timeshare back to the resort?
- 6 Are timeshares worth anything?
- 7 What is there to do in Massanutten in the winter?
- 8 Is Massanutten Resort employee owned?
- 9 Is Massanutten a timeshare?
- 10 Why is it called Massanutten?
- 11 Do you have to wear a mask at Massanutten?
- 12 Can you bring food into Massanutten WaterPark?
- 13 Does Massanutten close for rain?
How can I find information about selling my timeshare? The resort does not offer a resale program. Therefore, in order to sell a property you would need to do so on your own by contacting a real estate agency, a resale company or putting an advertisement on the Internet or newspaper.
How much is the Massanutten resort fee?
The fee for an owner will be $4.25 per bedroom, per night (i.e. a Summit two bedroom is $8.50 per night), which is discounted from the average fee for an RCI guest the fee is $6.50 per bedroom, per night (i.e. a Summit two bedroom is $13.00 per night).
Who owns Massanutten resort?
Massanutten, an extensive, all-season resort nestled in the bowl of Massanutten mountain outside Harrisonburg, is owned by First Federal Corp. of Treasure Island, Fla., a company facing financial troubles in at least four other states.
Is Massanutten resort Open?
Open Amenities All amenities and activities are open normal hours. For amenity and activity hours, please visit massresort.com/hours.
A deed back clause or program allows you to give your timeshare back to the resort. Until then, you remain responsible for paying the maintenance and special assessment fees along with your mortgage payments.
No, the timeshare has no value, because you don’t own anything in the normal sense of the word. It’s not like your regular home, which likely has some equity built up. In fact, a timeshare goes down in value from the moment you sign the contract. There are much better ways to invest your hard-earned money.
What is there to do in Massanutten in the winter?
Activities include hiking, mountain biking, and zip lining. We also offer two challenging golf courses, rock climbing, rappelling, an award-winning Indoor WaterPark, and horseback riding. Winter activities include skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, ice skating, and more!
Is Massanutten Resort employee owned?
Massanutten Resort is now a 100% employee-owned company providing a qualified ESOP retirement package for full-time employees!
Massanutten Resort is managed through Vacation Village Resorts, which operates under the ownership of The Berkley Group—a world-recognized timeshare name. Massanutten timeshare members have the option to select a fixed or floating week membership, which also comes with numerous timeshare benefits.
Why is it called Massanutten?
The mountain at that time was probably called “Buffalo Mountain” or “Peaked Mountain”; but the gap was known as Massanutten Gap. At any rate, in 1746, when Thomas Lewis and his colleagues surveyed the Fairfax Line, the mountain was called “Peaked Mountain,” while “Massanutten” was the name applied to the gap.
Do you have to wear a mask at Massanutten?
Face Mask Policy: All guests are required to wear a face mask regardless of vaccination status, due to the length of time guest spend with guides at close proximity.
Can you bring food into Massanutten WaterPark?
Unfortunately, outside coolers, food or drink are not permitted in the WaterPark building. However there are many dining options inside the WaterPark and on the Resort for your enjoyment.
Does Massanutten close for rain?
Snow Tubing is open rain or shine. over a year ago. If you have waterproof gear, you’ll be fine. It rained during our visit and the snow tube area remained open the entire time.