Attractions at various Bluegreen Resorts include beaches at the Myrtle Beach Resort, hiking in Ridgeday, Missouri, and island experiences in the Florida Keys. As there are more than 60 Bluegreen resorts across the United States and Caribbean, there are differences between area attractions. Many resorts have restaurants on site.
Visitors who want to participate in a vacation getaway through Bluegreen Resorts can choose among the company's several vacation experience options. Cityscape getaways include the company's resorts in Miami, Orlando and Charleston. Those looking for more immersion in the natural world may enjoy the outdoor experiences that the company provides through resorts in the Smoky Mountains and Shenandoah Valley. St. Augustine, Williamsburg and Savannah provide historic getaways through their status as locations of significant historical events.
The Bluegreen Vacations Club provides members with access to the company's full range of offerings. In addition to the over 60 resorts run by Bluegreen, members can also access thousands of other resorts through exchange networks. Bluegreen Vacations Club members are also able to make multiple vacations during the year. Interested parties may want to look into the Bluegreen Vacation Points program, by which travelers can accumulate points to help with planning future vacation prospects.