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Woodstone at Massanutten

thoscook1

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I have a week at spring break in Woodstone unit 109-F. Some of the comments refer to old and new units. Is this unit in a good location at Woodstone (we have two children 7& 10) for the various kids activities and would you know if the room in good condition?

Plan on going to DC once or twice over the course of the week but any comments on Massanutten area things to do would be appreciated.

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janej

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Check out this map

Click on the Woodstone area, it will bring up an unit map. You can also call the resort and ask for more information. RCI usually have multiple units. If you just made the exchange, they might let you switch if you know which one is better.
 

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There is a list of 100 things to do at Massanutten.

The Woodstone units are located at the bottom of the resort, so you will have to drive to the ski/snow tubing area. You will be within walking distance though to one of the indoor complexes with pool, gameroom, kids club, etc.

I live on the resort, so if you have specific questions you can call me or send an email.

I just wanted to add that it depends on your spring break date as to whether the ski area will be open....most often by mid March the snow is gone.

Thanks,
Cindy
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Tommart

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Old v. New Units at Massanutten

I consider all the Woodstone units as new. Woodstone is only about one-half completed. The oldest units are less than 10 years old.

The Summit units I've seen are nice, but Summit units are 10 years or older. Summit is high on the mountain, near the ski area. It is a little cooler on the mountain.

I have stayed at the Eagle Trace units on the mountain, and they were fine, but much older (15-25 years old). For example, they still have tube TVs. But inside, they were fine. The full kitchen unit has a small bedroom, but the partial kitchen unit (no oven or dishwasher) has a larger bedroom with large tub.

I suspect that the Villas are similar in age to Eagle Trace with more space, but I've never been in a Villa unit.

Massanutten has a new section, Regal Vistas. The units are outstanding--a step up from Woodstone. They are small duplexes with one car garages. They are brand new and are well appointed. They are less than two years old and I'm told are almost completely sold out. A prime week costs about $40K from the developer.
 
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