What sets us apart from all other family resorts?
Our family's single-minded dedication to all-inclusive family vacations for 79 years make the Tyler Place Family Resort truly unique among family resorts. We devote 100% of our time, resources, and imagination to creating the best family vacation fun possible for each family member--parents to the youngest infants. As all inclusive family resorts now proliferate off-shore, The Tyler Place just gets more and more unique here in the U.S. for its independent flair, its extraordinary children's programs, and the balance between nostalgia and cutting-edge facilities. The more stressful family life becomes, the more The Tyler Place seems to take families "out of this world." Guests speak of the "Tyler Place bubble": a time warp that renews families, reignites marriages, and restores the natural fun and charms of childhood.
- Fresh and healthy food
- Family-owned and family-managed
- One all-inclusive family package rate
- State-of-the-art Sports equipment and facilities
- Bikes for everyone!
- Time for kids, time for couples, time for families
- Friendly, informal, funny--a warmth that only our guests can describe
- Stellar, creative, engaged counselors and staff
- A magic formula results in fun for everyone
- 9 Separate Award-Winning Kids Programs
- Unusually high ratio of counselors to kids
- Infants and Toddlers are truly welcome
- Small and intimate with just 67 families at a time
- A Vermont home away from home
- Cottages and Suites feature separate parents' bedroom
- An escape from TVs and telephones
It's our fourth visit to The Tyler Place and it is still the perfect blend of familiar and novel. It is different every time and the people - both guests and staff - make it a memorable and fulfilling trip. It is a voyage back to simpler, more meaningful times and I am always happy to expose my kids to that world before TV and iPads. ” — J & L, Great Neck, NY, Week of May 24, 2013, Kingfisher
I just can’t say enough good things about our time at Tyler Place. It is a place where families can become reunited entities and children can experience what is truly important, but lacking, in today’s society. Our children had opportunities to express themselves physically and creatively. They had opportunities to take risks, be free and explore with their bodies, hearts and minds. Our time there was priceless! On our first day back home our son was embedding content about invasive species into a PowerPoint presentation on the Philippines. When asked, 'Why are you including that info? Is that part of the assignment?' The response was, 'Nature Dave taught us all about invasive species!' ” — J & S, Ellicott City, MD, Week of June 8, 2013, Bluebill
After ten weeks at The Tyler Place (not counting the three weeks mom came as a teenager), we're almost out of superlatives. Great food, great accommodations, wonderful facilities and a vacation you frankly just can't beat. Simply put, we've never spent a single day at The Tyler Place that was less than wonderful. This is the best week of the year, every year. Each week we come looking to see if there is any reason not to come back, and we've never found one. The Tyler Place is simply magical, which we tell anyone and everyone who will listen. Dad works hard and does not see his kids as much as he would like, and The Tyler Place helps to keep us connected as a family. It's a tonic for 60-hour work weeks. Mom polled the kids. They said that they would rather come to The Tyler Place than Disney World. I agree! After 13 weeks I played lawn games and had a super time. Even in the rain a day at The Tyler Place is fantastic. You just need appropriate footwear. There is no bad weather - only inappropriate shoes. ” — J & L, Cherry Hill, NJ, Week of June 22, 2013, Willow
The Tyler Place is such a magical place. Once you've found it you almost want to guard it - like a secret that's just too good to share! You really think of everything - there is nothing where I can say, 'I wish they did/had that!' Thanks again for a magical year! ” — R & M, Doylestown, PA, Week of July 6, 2013, Laura