Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Author: Jason Tremblay | Topics: Branson Timeshare, Marriott Timeshare, timeshare blog, timeshare news, Vacation, Westgate Timeshare, Wyndham Timeshare
While the flooding waters that have plagued many areas of the country have raised the water levels in Branson, timeshare resorts there want people to understand that they are most definitely open for business. The biggest concern, it seems, is that people who are apprehensive of the flooding are unnecessarily canceling their vacations and Branson timeshare holidays.
Heavy rains over recent weeks have lakes in the Branson, Missouri area at high levels and in cases of some low-lying residences, evacuations have been necessary. But the popular tourist and resort areas, including Branson timeshares, are not affected by the floodwaters. Lynn Berry with the Branson Chamber of Commerce points out that Branson was planned and built with an eye on the 100-year flood plan and that most shops, restaurants, resorts, and attractions are never in danger. The Army Corps of Engineers is reporting that Branson’s Table Rock Lake has stabilized with the minimum possible disruption. Both Table Rock Dam Tours and much loved, “Ride the Ducks” are operating, although their routes have been changed slightly by the high waters.
Branson Timeshare Always a Popular Family Destination
Known as the Family Friendly Las Vegas and the Live Music Capital of the World, Branson is a popular year-round timeshare destination. Many trusted global hospitality brands have timeshares in Branson, including: Diamond Resorts The Suites At Fall Creek Timeshare; Marriott’s Horizons At Branson Timeshare; WorldMark Branson Timeshare; three Wyndham timeshares; two Westgate timeshare properties, and Silverleaf’s Holiday Hills Resort, to name a few.
Before you plan your Branson timeshare vacation, it is a good idea to contact your resort directly or to call the Branson Chamber of Commerce at 1-800-296-0463 for the latest updates regarding a limited number of road closings. But above all else, the businesses of Branson encourage you to, “Come on down!” so that unnecessary concerns don’t wipe out your timeshare vacation and their spring business season.