Whether you are planing a romantic trip or a family vacation, there are plenty of wonderful all-inclusive resorts in the United States. Our list includes a range of options, from upscale, luxury resorts with all the bells and whistles to more rustic accommodations in log cabins and bed-and-breakfast type establishments. You will find beachfront properties, mountain retreats, and unique dude ranches on our list.

1. Miraval Austin

Miraval Austin
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Miravel Austin is an elegant 220-acre wellness resort designed to promote relaxation and serenity. The soothing rooms are equipped with yoga mats, local artwork, and plush bathrobes that practically beg you to relax, but are plenty of activities for guests to enjoy as well, including healthy cooking classes, a challenging slackline course, and horseback riding on the resort’s 10-acre farm. Other amenities include a gorgeous infinity pool, a well-equipped fitness center, and a 20,000-square-foot spa offering special treatments that incorporate gemstones, breathwork, and herbs and plants grown right on the property.

13500 Farm to Market Road 2769, Austin, TX 78726, Phone: 855-234-1672

2. Tanque Verde Ranch, Arizona

Tanque Verde Ranch, Arizona
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Tanque Verde Ranch offers all of the rustic charm and memorable experiences you would expect from a real dude ranch. The property is located in the desert, right beside Saguaro National Park near Tucson. There are a plethora of activities on the resort grounds and in the nearby national park, including horseback riding through the open desert, hiking and biking nearby trails, and swimming. Meals are served on the ranch in a family sharing style and there are number of kids’ activities each day. The rooms do not have TVs, which can be a downside for some visitors, but we think it helps to make your time here feel like an authentic escape.

14301 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85748, Phone: 520-296-6275

3. C-Lazy-U Ranch, Colorado

C-Lazy-U Ranch, Colorado
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Ideal for a romantic couple’s getaway or a fun-filled family vacation, the C-Lazy-U is a luxury dude ranch nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. The ranch is fully inclusive and guests will be able to participate in a wide selection of fun outdoor activities every day. You will be accommodated in your choice of luxurious and beautifully appointed rooms and cabins, suitable for couples, families and groups. The wholesome ranch-style food is delicious and your fully inclusive package includes three meals a day plus cocktails and fine wines. On-site activities include horse-back riding, mountain biking, fly fishing and much more.

C Lazy U Dude Ranch, 3640 CO-125, Granby, CO 80446, Phone: 970 887 3344

4. Winvian, Connecticut

Winvian, Connecticut
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Winvian is an elegant, romantic resort consisting of interestingly themed individual cottages that all exude an understated and rustic-chic vibe. The property is quite isolated, but just because you are out in the country doesn’t mean you shouldn’t expect plenty of modern comforts. The cottages have luxuries like Bose surround sound, Nespresso coffee machines, and flat-screen televisions. Each unit also has a fireplace, massive bathrooms, and uniquely interesting elements. As an example, one of the units has a living room made from a helicopter shell. The restaurant and spa are both top-notch and the secluded location makes it the perfect place to get away from daily life, relax, and unwind. Things to Do in CT

155 Alain White Road, Morris, CT 06763, Phone: 860-567-9600

5. Tyler Place Family Resort

Tyler Place Family Resort
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Tyler Place Family Resort is a massive all-inclusive located on the banks of Lake Champlain in Vermont. You will feel right at home in this family-friendly property, with rooms, suites, guesthouses and cottages that can accommodate up to five guests together. There are a number of included amenities and activities that guests can take advantage of, including heated indoor and outdoor pools, a game room, spa treatments, and all meals. There is an arts and crafts studio, waterskiing, tennis courts, canoes, kayaks, miniature golf, and many more fun diversions to fill your time during your stay.

175 Tyler Place, Swanton, VT 05488, Phone: 802-868-4000

6. Grand Hotel Mackinac Island

Grand Hotel Mackinac Island
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Mackinac Island is a charming resort island well known for its colonial and Victorian era vibe. It’s located on the Straits of Mackinac, which connect two of the Great Lakes, Huron and Michigan. Grand Mackinac is the prime place to stay if you’d like to visit the island. It’s a posh resort occupying a summer “palace” from the 1880s. The hotel has a large front porch, which is thought to be the world’s longest, and is perfect for looking out over the Straits of Mackinac and relaxing. The rooms are elegant and include modern amenities. There is a pool, two hot tubs, several restaurants, and a half-mile trail for jogging. The nearby Woodlands Activity Center offers mini golf, lawn games, and pickleball courts. Things to Do on Mackinac Island

286 Grand Avenue, Mackinac Island, MI 49757, Phone: 800-334-7263

7. Club Med Sandpiper Bay, Florida

Club Med Sandpiper Bay, Florida
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Club Med is known the world over for its luxurious resorts in exotic locations. However, this resort in Port St. Lucie, Florida, is the only Club Med resort in the United States. Sandpiper Bay is not directly located on the ocean, rather it is on the Port St. Lucie River. However, you won’t be disappointed, the vibe still feels like that of the Caribbean, with lush jungle vegetation, palm trees, and warm breezes. Club Med has been catering increasingly to families in recent years. They offer programs for children starting at 4 months, rather than the industry standard of 4 years, which is an attractive feature for those traveling with very young children. Resort activities include swimming pools, yoga, circus training, a L’Occitane spa, and nightly entertainment. More Florida family resorts

4500 SE Pine Valley Street, Port St. Lucie, FL 34952, Phone: 772-398-5100

8. Fair Hills Resort

Fair Hills Resort
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Fair Hills Resort is a family-owned seasonal resort on the banks of Pelican Lake near Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. The resort features basic cabin accommodations with private bathrooms and little in the way of luxury, although some do have fully equipped kitchens. The vibe here is more of a nostalgic family vacation from your childhood than that of a flashy, high-end resort. Amenities include free meals at the restaurant, an outdoor pool, hot tub, water sports, and a 9-hole golf course. The resort is great for families looking to make memories by vacationing and spending time together. More Minnesota resorts

24270 Co. Hwy. 20, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501, Phone: 800-323-2849

9. Red Mountain Resort & Spa

Red Mountain Resort & Spa
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Red Mountain Resort & Spa specializes in retreat experiences and unique vacation packages. They offer a range of retreats focused on health and wellness as well as adventure retreats and other exclusive vacation packages. Retreats include spa treatments, workout classes, adventurous trips through Red Mountain or Zion National Park, and many other activities, depending on the specific package. Whatever balance of adventure and relaxation you are after, you can find a perfect resort package to leave you satisfied and rejuvenated after your vacation. Each retreat package includes luxury accommodations and three daily meals made from healthy ingredients. Retreat guests can also take advantage of many other amenities on the resort grounds.

1275 E. Red Mountain Circle, Ivins, UT 84738, Phone: 877-246-4453

10. Historic Tapoco Lodge

Historic Tapoco Lodge
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Historic Tapoco Lodge is set within 120 acres of woods on the Cheoah River. The elegant but rustic lodge was built in 1930 and has been welcoming travelers for generations. The rooms are cozy with beautiful wood floors and views of the mountains or river. Suites offer separate living areas and whirlpool bathtubs. For the ultimate experience, though, book a cabin, which features all of the above amenities plus full kitchens in some and decks with hot tubs in others. The property has a range of amenities on offer, including private hiking trails for resort guests, tennis courts, and a movie theater.

14981 Tapoco Road, Robbinsville, NC 28771, Phone: 828-498-2800

11. Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe
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The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe is a lakefront resort on Lake Tahoe near the Incline Village championship golf course and Diamond Peak Ski Resort. The rooms feature views of either the surrounding forest or beautiful Lake Tahoe. Luxury club rooms offer outdoor spaces overlooking the resort’s private beach. The property has numerous dining opportunities at seven onsite bars and restaurants. Guests can take advantage of the property’s casino, the 24-hour workout facility, and the kids’ club. In addition to the private beach, you can take a swim in the resort’s lagoon-style pool or relax in the hot tubs. For those who come to Tahoe to ski, there is a free ski shuttle from the Hyatt Regency to the nearby ski area.

111 Country Club Drive, Incline Village, NV 98451, Phone: 775-832-1234

12. Lodge on Little St. Simons Island

Lodge on Little St. Simons Island
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The Lodge on Little Street is a luxurious resort on a private island off the coast of Georgia. The resort is only accessible by a short boat ride. It is surrounded by nature and is encircled by 7 miles of beach. The rooms are rustic but refined and all of them offer private outdoor spaces and fireplaces. There are cottages available that have up to four bedrooms and add additional living spaces. The all-inclusive property offers all meals and drinks as well as boat rides from the mainland and gear with no extra fee for resort guests. Additional activities include biking, fishing, hiking, and kayaking. More Georgia resorts

1000 Hampton River Club Marina Drive., Saint Simons Island, GA 31522, Phone: 912-638-7472

13. Miraval Arizona Resort and Spa

Miraval Arizona Resort and Spa
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At the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains in Tucson, Arizona, you will find the 400-acre property of the Miraval Resort. The property features welcoming rooms with outdoor showers, large tubs for soaking, and whirlpools in some rooms. Villas have their own private swimming pools. Unlimited meals are included for guests and feature flavorful and healthy meals. There are a number of included activities and classes, such as fitness classes, horseback riding, and more. The property has three swimming pools onsite for relaxing and having fun, but for the ultimate relaxing experience, you definitely need to check out the Life in Balance Spa. After a treatment or two in this award-winning spa, you will be coming back every chance you can.

5000 E. Via Estancia Miraval, Tucson, Arizona 85739, Phone: 800-232-3969

14. Mohonk Mountain House Hotel

Mohonk Mountain House Hotel
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Fulfill your fairytale dreams with a stay at the Mohonk Mountain House Hotel. The stunning all-inclusive resort is located inside a Victorian castle on the banks of Lake Mohonk. The rooms all feature charming decor from the Victorian era. Some rooms have living rooms and kitchens. Resort amenities include an onsite spa with a long list of services available, an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, and both indoor and outdoor pools. There is also an ice skating rink and numerous hiking trails. Your kids will be well entertained in the property’s kids club, where they can play safely while mom and dad spend some kid-free time together. Things to Do in New Paltz

1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz, NY 12561, Phone: 845-765-3286

15. Ranch at Rock Creek

Ranch at Rock Creek
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The Ranch at Rock Creek is set on a homestead from the 19th century. The all-inclusive resort includes rustic but upscale rooms in the primary lodge as well as one to three-bedroom cabins scattered throughout the property. If you’d like to have a camping experience without giving up your creature comforts, The Ranch offers upscale camping tents complete with electricity, Wi-Fi, and typical resort furnishings. Activities and amenities include fly fishing, biking, horseback riding, and stagecoach rides. There is a kid’s club, archery and shooting ranges, a game room, a spa, and a restaurant that uses farm-fresh ingredients. More Montana resorts

79 Carriage House Lane, Phillipsburg, MT 59858, Phone: 877-786-1545

16. Twin Farms, Vermont

Twin Farms, Vermont
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This all-inclusive is a sophisticated property set in a farmhouse from the turn of the 19th century. The beautiful rooms feature decor and furnishings that are inspired by Japanese, Moroccan, and Tuscan styles. The rooms have separate sitting areas and fireplaces, whereas the suites and private cottages have stone hot tubs in some rooms. The upscale dining room serves locally sourced, farm-fresh meals with space for dining both indoors and outdoors. The property has a range of amenities, such as steam rooms, a gym, tennis courts, and event space. Silver Lake and Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park are both located nearby, but we doubt you’ll be able to convince yourself to leave the resort. Things to Do in Vermont

452 Royalton Turnpike, Barnard, VT 05031, Phone: 802-234-9999

17. Skytop Lodge

Skytop Lodge
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Locals and tourists from around the country have been visiting the historical Skytop Lodge in the Poconos for generations. The lodge is located on 5,500 beautiful acres with gorgeous accommodations, sightseeing nearby, and plenty of onsite amenities and activities to keep you entertained. The rooms are comfortable with rooms in the main inn as well as standalone cottages with extra space. The property has its own 18-hole golf course as well as a lake with hiking trails and both indoor and outdoor pools. There is a spa offering a range of great services, but it’s not included in the all-inclusive fee. For dining, there are two restaurants, a bar, a lounge on the pool deck, and a tea room. Read more

1 Skytop Lodge Road, Skytop, PA 18357, Phone: 570-257-2114

18. The Lodge at Woodloch

The Lodge at Woodloch
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The Lodge at Woodloch is a spa resort in the Poconos. It sits on 150 forested acres and overlooks a private lake. The resort offers comfortable and stylish accommodations in regular guest rooms and suites with separate living spaces. The property is only for guests ages 16 and over, so it makes for a great destination for a couple’s getaway. The all-inclusive includes three daily meals at the onsite restaurant, which serves dishes made from farm-fresh ingredients sourced locally. There are arts and crafts workshops, health and fitness activities, a spa, swimming pool, and whirlpool. Other popular activities include kayaking, hiking, and biking on and around the resort property.

109 River Birch Lane, Hawley, PA 18428, Phone: 570-685-8500

19. Best all inclusive weekend getaways: Blackberry Farm

Best all inclusive weekend getaways: Blackberry Farm
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Blackberry Farm is one of Tennessee’s most upscale resorts. It is set on a 4,200-acre farm that blends their own brand of Southern hospitality with a high-end luxury resort experience. The resort has its own farm-to-table restaurant, which is one of the best in the state, if not the country, for fresh dining. Guests at Blackberry Farm can take advantage of a wide range of activities that include everything from horseback riding, archery, and paddle sports to cooking classes and a field school on the farm. To truly experience luxury at the resort, choose one of the Hill Cottages. They are outfitted with extra luxury touches like indoor and outdoor fireplaces and vaulted ceilings. Things to Do in Tennessee

1471 W. Millers Cove Road, Walland, TN 37886, Phone: 865-984-8166

20. Triangle X Ranch

Triangle X Ranch
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Triangle X Ranch is an authentic all-inclusive guest ranch in Grand Teton National Park. The resort was founded in 1926 and still retains much of its original charm. Accommodations consist of log cabins with rustic furnishings. Some even have idyllic front porches with rocking chairs. Guests at the Triangle X Ranch can take part in a number of complimentary activities, including fishing trips, floating a nearby river, and horseback riding excursions. There is also a dining room, where you can enjoy hearty complimentary meals during your stay. The ranch is perfect for those who like to get out into nature and enjoy a relaxing time but are not looking for a high-end luxury spa vacation.

2 Triangle X Ranch Road, Moose, WY 83012, Phone: 307-733-2183

21. Vista Verde Guest Ranch

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One of the more upscale guest ranches on our list, this all-inclusive is located inside the Routt National Forest near Steamboat Springs, Colorado. There are three rooms in the main lodge as well as private log cabins with one to three bedrooms. All of the cabins have hand-hewn log furniture and private decks with hot tubs and are stocked with plenty of free snacks. In addition to free meals in the casual dining room, there are a number of other included activities. Your entire family will enjoy the outdoor pool, biking, fishing, cross-country skiing, and hiking. For young visitors, there is an activity center offering fun activities and games for little ones.

58000 Cowboy Way, Clark, CO 80428, Phone: 970-879-3858

22. White Stallion Ranch

White Stallion Ranch
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White Stallion Ranch is a family-friendly dude ranch located on 3,000 sprawling acres between Tucson and Phoenix. The property has 41 rooms, which are all decorated in Western style. The resort has been run by the same family for approximately half a century. It looks like something you would see out of a Western movie, with desert and mountains in the background, and cacti and cowboys walking around the grounds. Guests can take part in horseback riding, learn some rodeo skills, go rock climbing or hiking, and participate in a range of other family-friendly activities. Meals are included all day long, and evening time will bring a variety of interesting entertainment such as Wild West shows and bonfires.

9251 W. Twin Peaks Road, Tucson, AZ 85743, Phone: 520-297-0252

23. Hana-Maui Resort

Hana-Maui Resort
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Tourists who come to Maui mostly stay in the central and western sections of the island, meaning that the east coast doesn’t get many visitors. Those who choose to make the trip here will find Hana-Maui Resort sitting in a gorgeous and isolated location. The resort is rustic while also being luxurious and has a long list of amenities and activities. Guests can visit the spa free of charge, and it is one of the most beautiful on all of Maui. There are only 70 guest rooms, meaning that you have plenty of space to enjoy everything the property has to offer.

5031 Hana Highway, Hana, HI 96713, Phone: 808-359-2401

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