Silverleaf’s Oak ‘n Spruce Timeshare Resort
Monday, April 30, 2007
Despite all the bad weather in recent weeks, summer is closer than you think and the sun will soon be shining on the many beautiful vacation sites in New England. This seems like a great time to share with you some interesting and helpful facts about the Oak ‘n Spruce Timeshare Resort in South Lee, Massachusetts.
The Oak ‘n Spruce Timeshare Resort is located in western Massachusetts’ Berkshire Hills, approximately 125 miles west of Boston and about 75 miles northwest of Hartford, Connecticut.
On-property amenities at the timeshare resort, include 18-holes of miniature golf, basketball, both indoor and out door swimming pools, a lounge, fitness center, movie theatre, ping-pong, and a pool table. Besides excellent places to hike, bike, picnic, or just enjoy the great outdoors, the Oak N’ Spruce timeshare is conveniently near the historic Hancock Shaker Village, the home of the first missionary to the Native Americans, and the Norman Rockwell Museum, featuring the largest collection of Rockwell’s paintings in the world.
Triple Self Portrait (detail) © 1960 SEPS: Licensed by Curtis Publishing, Indianapolis, IN Post cover February 13, 1960
The nearby city of Tanglewood is the summer home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra. The Silverleaf timeshare company classifies the Oak ‘n Spruce timeshare resort as a “Getaway Resort” because it is located within a two hour drive of major metropolitan areas.
The Silverleaf timeshare company has been in business since 1989. The first Silverleaf timeshare resorts were all located in Missouri or Texas. When the timeshare company went public in 1997, they added additional timeshare resorts in Illinois and Missouri. In 1998, they acquired the Oak’ n Spruce timeshare, and more recently have expanded to include Apple Mountain timeshare resort in Georgia, the Seaside timeshare resort in Texas and the Orlando Breeze timeshare resort in Florida. To learn more about Oak ’n Spruce timeshare rentals and timeshare resales, click here. To learn more about other opportunities for timesharing in Massachusetts, click here.