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Thoughts on Petit Crest Villas at Big Canoe

JudyP126

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Has anyone been to Petit Crest at Big Canoe lately?
What are your thoughts on vacationing in that area?
Thank you,
Judy
 

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loved it!

WE went a few years ago with family from 3 yrs old to 62. We had 2 cabins and loved it. It is a nice, upscale resort area with million dollar homes up the mountain. Now, with that said, Petit Crest cabins are a bit rustic--dark wood furniture from 1980s, small little kitchen (but open to the rest of the living space). But who cares. The area is beautiful. It has a great fitness center with spa, massage, etc., good golf course, fishing, kayaking, nice swimming beach, good outdoor pool. IT is a pretty easy trade if you trade 1 year out. Elaine
 
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