WorldMark Lake Tahoe south of Lake Tahoe along the Nevada borderline. There's no better place to celebrate the good life than Lake Tahoe—America's year-round playground. Unit amenities include stereo with CD player, cable TV, DVD player, high-speed Internet access, telephone, gas fireplace, balcony/terrace, Murphy bed or sofa bed, whirlpool tubs, washer and dryer, iron and ironing board, and hairdryer. Popular attractions are Emerald Bay State Park, an underwater state park and the resting place for boats, launches and barges used in the lake before the turn-of-the-20th-century and home to Vikingsholm, a Scandinavian-style castle, which once was the home of heiress Lora Josephine Knight; Tallac Historic Site, an 74-acre historic site that captures how life was in turn-of-the-20th-century South Lake Tahoe, featuring the remains of the Tallac Resort and three large summer estates built by wealthy San Franciscans, and; Nevada State Railroad Museum, a museum that houses a collection of 65 locomotives and cars, including 40 built before 1900, located in historical Carson City.
Another timeshare vacation opportunity is Bluegreen Club 36. At Bluegreen Club 36 you can relax by the covered pool or on the outdoor deck, relax with a drink from the poolside bar and eat at two restaurants. At Bluegreen Club 36, it's all about latitude and attitude. This desert oasis is located at latitude 36 degrees north (hence its name), a few blocks off the magnificent Vegas Strip near the MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, New York New York, Luxor and Excalibur. The resort's name and planned design were also inspired by the age of Parisian Art Deco, which some say reached its height of popularity in 1936. Club 36 offers funky colors and style and lavish, ultra modern design of the Art Deco era and privacy of 1- or 2-bedroom villas with many of the conveniences of home.