Warren, VT is one of those special placeswhere you can get away from the big city bustle
and be in the grandeur of the Green Mountains just steps from your front door. And perhaps there’s no better place to stage your escape than The Bridges Resort & Tennis Club, a premier tennis resort and fun family destination tucked into the scenic hills of Mad River Valley. So, grab your rackets for a Green Mountain getaway you won’t soon forget at one of our vacation rentals in this amazing all-inclusive resort!
Where is The Bridges Resort & Tennis Club?3>
Situated off Sugarbush Access Road, The Bridges Resort & Tennis Club is less than one mile south of Sugarbush Ski Resort and about three miles northwest from Warren town center. Tucked into a leafy neighborhood, the resort’s sprawling development encompasses eight outdoor and three indoor tennis courts, two outdoor pools, a fitness center, and a half basketball court, plus a tubing hill for wintertime fun.
Amenities at The Bridges Resort & Tennis Club
If you’re fanatical about fitness, you’ll love the options at The Bridges Resort & Tennis Club. Work up a sweat next to fitness instructors who offer classes like zumba and pilates, along with personal training sessions guaranteed to get your body moving. Or schedule a lesson with one of the tennis pros on staff to receive expert instruction while chasing down balls from the net to the baseline.
But maybe you just want to kick back and relax, and at The Bridges Resort & Tennis Club that’s fine too! Cool off on hot summer days in the refreshing waters of two outdoor pools, which sit just beyond the clubhouse, or soak up some sunshine from poolside loungers. Take the chill out of those blustery winter days with a visit to the resort’s sauna, or swim laps in the accompanying indoor pool.
When your group gets hungry, swing by the clubhouse’s playfully named Café 1-Love for a delicious snack or meal. With a variety of microbrews, this café is also a great option for après-ski drinks and features rotating taps in addition to handmade mixed drinks. Showcasing fresh flavors of the season in all its entrees, the café and bar are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Finish out the day roasting s’mores over the outdoor fire pits. Take in the lovely views of the Sugarbush slopes in the distance as you close out your day of fun with friends and family before you retire to the comfort of your private vacation rental.
Attractions Near The Bridges Resort & Tennis Club
If you like to golf, make sure to bring your clubs for a day of play on verdant greens with valley views at the par-18 Sugarbush Golf Course. At only a mile-and-a-half southeast, it makes for an easy day trip.
Nature appreciators and hiking enthusiasts will find plenty of nearby trails ranging from easy to strenuous, while the dense hardwood forest’s healthy wildlife population affords possible glimpses of black bears, white-tailed deer, skunks, raccoons, and other forest dwellers – be sure to bring your camera!
Just up Sugarbush Access Road, Sugarbush Ski Resort is one of New England’s largest ski resorts with over 4000 acres of terrain, making it an all-seasons destination for mountain-themed fun. During the winter, its 53 miles of trails come alive with downhill and Nordic skiers and allows for snowshoeing and snowmobile excursions into the backcountry. When warm weather returns and melts the snowpack, fly fishermen take to the swelling waters of the Mad River and once-frozen lakes to cast for bass, trout, and other native fish.
Warm temperatures also bring mountain bikers to the rocky single-track around the area and you’ll find one of the best trails at nearby Mt. Ellen, where you can ride a chair lift to the top with your bike. Spring and summer days are also perfect for casual drives along Route 100, which winds its way through colonial towns like tiny Pittsfield and bucolic Plymouth.
Whether you're looking to unplug and unwind far from city congestion or compete on courts and play in pools, you'll find it all at The Bridges Resort & Tennis Club. Book your stay today for an incredible New England vacation!
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