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America's best all-inclusive resorts: Tyler Place

George Leet

Tyler Place Family Resort, Highgate Springs, VT

At the northeast corner of Lake Champlain, the Tyler family's all-inclusive resort has has accommodated guests on its 165 acres of private shore each summer for three generations. The complex doesn’t just contain accommodations in cottages and suites, but also a slew of amenities geared towards family vacation, such as a pool complex, field house, sports fields, art workshops, hiking trails, and bike rentals. Dinners are adults only (babysitters provided) and include bistro-style meals with ingredients sourced from 30 Vermont farms and food venders.

Price Tag: Peak summer nightly rates from $400 per couple; add $123 per child ages 36 months–15 years. Early- and late-season rates are up to 50 percent lower.


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