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Are you looking for a resort with all the bells and whistles or a combo of decent amenities in a location with additional activities? Are you looking for the big resorts that most people know about and are hard to get in during prime season or smaller less well known resorts (which of course would have amenities on a smaller scale) but are hard to get into during prime season because they are small and many owners don't exchange out?
Not sure where you are located, but Wyndham Great Smokies Lodge with indoor and outdoor water parks would be fun for kids. Not to mention all the fun stuff to do in the Smoky mountains. We are headed to Gatlinburg with some of our grand kids in the fall and plan to stay there.
Beside the obvious Orlando resorts with ALL that they have to offer, there is a resort (maybe more than one) in the Wisconsin Dells with an indoor water park, etc. Had lots of things to do for our boys!
For sheer beauty and countless things to see and do for boys (and girls) of any age, may I suggest the Yellowstone/Teton NP area. Most resorts in the area have spartan amenities but the beauty of the place more than makes up for it.
It will be a tough summer exchange though so plan early.
Look at Wapato Resort in Mason, WA. It's the largest resort in the Pacific NW and on Lake Chelan. You have all the water activities in the summer, plus all the outdoor hiking in the national forests and parks near by. I'm an owner there and love it! They are also part of the RCI weeks and points system so you can exchange into there.