Articles tagged with: Coast to Coast

Aug02

Top 5 Ways to Make the Most of Your MOR Membership

Categories // Camping, Connections

How to Make a Lifetime of Vacation Memories

Top 5 Ways to Make the Most of Your MOR Membership

If you’ve recently become a Midwest Outdoor Resorts Member, or are looking into a Membership, we’d like to offer some ways to get the most out of your purchase. There are a ton of amazing benefits that come with a MOR Membership, including safe and fun family vacation destinations, access to awesome resorts around the world, and of course, lifelong memories. Read on to find out how to make the most out of Midwest Outdoor Resorts!

Feb10

Tips for the Best Valentine's Getaways

Categories // Connections

More time to connect with less stress- our tips for the best Valentine's Getaways.

Tips for the Best Valentine's Getaways

We’ve written before about how experiential gifts can create lasting memories and often bring people more happiness in the long-term- Gifts for Everyone On Your List On a Budget.  With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, you could do what everyone does and buy flowers, chocolates and go out for dinner, or you could turn your significant other’s world upside down. Weekend getaways aren’t only relaxing; they will almost certainly bring you closer as a couple. If you’re in a new relationship, or looking to rekindle some lost love, here are some tips for getting away this Valentine’s Day:

Dec14

6 Tips to Booking the Best Vacation Ever

Written by // Team MOR Categories // Coast to Coast

6 Tips to Booking the Best Vacation Ever

Here in Member Services, one of the many things that we help our members with is planning vacations. I’ve been helping plan some really cool ones lately, including my own. If you haven’t read about it already, you can read about it here on the blog!

Here are some tips on how to go about planning your own vacation using your membership! And remember, we’re here to help you if you have any questions along the way

1.  Decide where you would like to go.

I decided that for my first vacation ever that I would go to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. I have been overseas before but I had n

ever been to Mexico before and I had heard that Puerto Vallarta was beautiful.  I did some research and it is a safe, friendly, and accommodating place to be in Mexico. If you’re dreaming of going overseas like Andrea is in the picture, you’ll want to make sure you have enough time to get or renew a passport. This can take a couple of months sometimes so make sure to start planning early!

2.  Decide when you’d like to go.

For me, the best time to take time off is when the parks are closed so I knew that my best window for securing time off would be during November-April. Your dates may vary but it is best to be flexible. Keep in mind that most condos check in on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday and that they run for a week. It’s best to have a few weeks in mind that you’d be available to go.

Dec04

Indigo in Paradise: My Puerto Vallarta Vacation

Written by // Team MOR Categories // Coast to Coast

puerto vallarta 3I’ve spent the past year here in the Member Services department helping countless members research and plan their vacations all over the world. I love helping them find great deals in great places so I was very excited when my boss suggested that I take a vacation of my own. Using Hopaway Holiday, the condo portion of Coast to Coast, I was able to take a fabulous vacation to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in early November of this year.

I started planning out my vacation nearly a year in advance. I had to think about where in the world I wanted to go. Did I want to go on a cruise or did I want to book a condo? Should I go somewhere warm or should I learn to ski in the snow? How many people did I want to take? These were just some of the things I had to consider before I could continue planning my vacation. I decided on Puerto Vallarta, Mexico because I speak the Spanish language and because upon doing some more research, I found that it was a safe, friendly, and inviting place to go in Mexico.