When you think of an all-inclusive vacation, your mind probably heads straight for the Caribbean. You don't need to leave the country to enjoy an all-in-one getaway though. While most U.S. properties are not all-inclusive, some resorts provide packages and plans with accommodations, meals and activities included in one easy price. These are our favorites. Find more all-inclusive resorts in the U.S. and other destinations here: All Inclusive Resorts for Families.

Be sure to take a look at our 10 Best Dude Ranches for Families, as most dude ranches also offer nearly all-inclusive deals or accommodations.

Written by Lissa Poirot

Omni Mount Washington Resort - New Hampshire

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736 Family Reviews
We've seen the Omni Mount Washington Resort likened to a cruise ship in the mountains because it offers just that much to do, all in one place. While it's not all-inclusive, the resort features indoor and outdoor pools (in a heated complex), family activities throughout the day, a kids' club, an alpine club for young skiers in the wintertime, and an adventure center for summer activities. A number of accommodations are available with various room types to meet the needs of all family sizes. Kids stay free in all rooms at the Mount Washington Hotel. Select a dining package to include meals and make the visit more all-inclusive.

Napili Kai Beach Resort - Hawaii

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179 Family Reviews
With tropical beach resorts, you’d think Hawaii would offer all-inclusive options like those scattered about the Caribbean, but alas, it is not to be. However, Napili Kai Beach Resort on the island of Maui tries to come close. Kids activities are provided free of charge during the summer and peak seasons, kids 12 and younger eat free, and the resort is one of a few that does not charge a resort fee, meaning parking, beach gear and Wi-Fi are all free. The resort prides itself on its intimacy and family-friendly environment and it shows in the number of guests who return year after year.

Tyler Place Family Resort - Vermont

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125 Family Reviews
Tyler Place's formula for good, old-fashioned family fun features morning and evening children's programs with afternoons free for families to bike, hike, canoe and sail together. Little ones fish for perch and play dress-up; preschoolers listen to stories and jump on trampolines; and grade-school kids go on nature hikes, participate in gymnastics and put on marionette shows. Tweens take to zip lines and go on fishing trips while teens add bicycle trips and water skiing. The accommodations, whether in the resort's Inn rooms or cabins, tend toward basic, but are comfortable.

Woodloch Pines - Pennsylvania

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855 Family Reviews
Located on 1,200 acres of land, Woodloch Pines traces much of its success to a decision not to host a children's program. Instead, the lakefront Poconos resort provides much for families to enjoy together. In the summer, guests can water-ski, kayak, sail, bike, hike, play mini-golf and swim in indoor and outdoor pools. Join in family Olympics, cookouts, scavenger hunts and karaoke, too. In the winter, go snow tubing, ice-skating and fishing. Room rates come with meals and most activities. The two- to five-bedroom Guest Homes may be rented with or without a meal plan.

Bellagio - Las Vegas

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768 Family Reviews
You might not have thought one of Las Vegas’ sprawling casino resorts would be family-friendly, or even all-inclusive, but yes, the Bellagio is both (sort of). The hotel is not actually all-inclusive, but often offers special packages, add-ons and promotions to include dining, flights and other amenities, and even allows you to pay in installments leading up to your trip. And kids won’t even know there is a casino on the property; they’ll be too busy in one of the hotel’s five outdoor pools, or watching the renowned dancing water fountain show. The hotel is home to a permanent Cirque du Soleil theater and offers 20 restaurant options onsite.

Rocking Horse Ranch - New York

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660 Family Reviews
A unique family getaway is a ranch resort vacation, and for families in the East who can't get out to the ranches in the West, they can turn to Rocking Horse Ranch. Just 90 minutes north of New York City, the dude ranch is all-inclusive resort and offers exactly all the fun one would expect on a ranch resort: horseback riding, bonfires and hiking. And with more than 100 rooms to choose from, guests won’t need to sleep in the rough. Also included in the price is a kids' camp. The resort regularly offers great promotions and package deals, too.

Migis Lodge - Maine

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33 Family Reviews
We’re almost afraid to list Migis here, as it’s a gem of a property that is a well-kept secret and we kind of like that about the lodge. Still, it’s a fantastic “Full American Plan” getaway option for families with wonderfully styled and luxurious cabin accommodations, daily meals, and a number of activities and kids’ programs included. Kids can learn to water ski (included!), fish, swim, kayak and more, as well as enjoy special children’s activities and the Children’s Zoo in the evenings. Families will also love the Lobster Bakes and Island Cookouts.

Mohonk Mountain House - New York

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433 Family Reviews
Rock scrambles, carriage rides, woodland hikes, trout fishing, lake swims and campfires with S'mores are just some of the activities featured at Mohonk Mountain House, a 265-room National Historic Landmark resort. Sprawled on 2,200 acres in the Catskills, the castle-like resort also offers a complimentary kids' club for ages 2 to 12, and a teen program for those ages 13 to 17. Young kids can ride ponies, sail on boats and go on frog hunts while older ones can choose from tennis, hiking, orienteering and other activities.

The Grand Hotel - Michigan

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529 Family Reviews
A grande dame property, the resort, dubbed America's summer palace, dates back to 1887 when wealthy families arrived for vacations by steamer. Families still arrive by boat and are usually met by a horse-drawn carriage, as motorized vehicles remain prohibited. Part of the old-fashioned fun is getting around by bicycles or by foot. Although not a traditional all-inclusive, The Grand Hotel's rates include a full breakfast and dinner, plus supervised children's activities for ages 5 to 14, Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Club Med Sandpiper Bay

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1783 Family Reviews
Located in sunny Florida, this is America's only Club Med resort. It makes the cut for its renowned amenities and activities, all included in the price. The resort features three swimming pools, an 18-hole golf course, an International Tennis Academy and kids' programs for all ages, from infants to teens. The resort's 337 rooms are divided between seven buildings along the St. Lucie River. Families can dine in three onsite restaurants and one casual sports bar, with the Marketplace restaurant featuring its Baby Corner for children to play in during dinner.

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Omni Mount Washington Resort Reviews
everkare23@charter.net - May 11th, 2013

My family stayed for two nights at the Omni Mount Washington in August 2012. It was absolutely wonderful, and I wish we could have stayed for a few more days. The rooms were spacious and well kept. The pool and hotel grounds were amazing. The ... read more
Omni Mount Washington Resort reviews
Napili Kai Beach Resort Reviews
vyost - May 28th, 2010

Very Nice place. Enjoyed our stay, and there we NOT big crowds in our area. Very relaxing, and many activities for the kids. Teenage had a great time surfing, playing volleyball, and swimming at the pool. Little one had a great time at the beach, ... read more
Napili Kai Beach Resort reviews
Tyler Place Family Resort Reviews
mowright71 - Jun 11th, 2013

Our favorite family vacation (and we've taken several great family trips too) was Tyler Place in upstate Vermont. I've recommended this all-inclusive family vacation to several friends and co-workers and we are planning on going back in 2014. Kids ... read more
kjchronister - Jul 1st, 2012

Everything you've read is true... and then some. This is by order of magnitude the best vacation and favorite place of ours ever. The staff - amazing. The food - amazing. The activities - amazing. The accomodations - amazing. I have never, ever, ... read more
Tyler Place Family Resort reviews
Woodloch Pines Reviews
rjeanp - Nov 9th, 2015

My inlaws were guest in the first year of operation, 1958. Our family participated in the 50th anniversary of Woodloch in 2008. My mother-in-law requested that we celebrate her 100th birthday at Woodloch (April 2012). It was great. All of our ... read more
swimmerhannah - Jun 7th, 2015

I would rate this place 1,000,000 (1 million is an inside joke my friends and I made up with one of the staff members named below) I have been going to Woodloch for 3 years now. It has been amazing but I have got to say that it gets better every ... read more
Woodloch Pines reviews
Bellagio Las Vegas Reviews
0917angie - Jun 13th, 2014

We spent 3 nights at the Bellagio in Las Vegas and we loved it! We were in a huge suite that overlooked the fountains. The price was more than we would usually spend for a hotel, but it was well worth it! The room service was outstanding and food ... read more
ckatsu - Apr 3rd, 2014

Spent 3 nights in a salone suite with access to VIP check in lounge. The room has a single king bed, bathroom with whirpool bathtub next to a window with a view of Vegas! VIP check in lounge area has complimentary sodas, wines, fruits and light ... read more
Bellagio Las Vegas reviews
Rocking Horse Ranch Reviews
BPingree - Oct 27th, 2015

My 8 year old son and I met up with an adoptive family group and had an incredibly wonderful time. The food was abundant and very good, the staff is excellent, the activities were plentiful and we enjoyed a wonderful trail ride. We were very sad ... read more
dwyerjandr - Jun 10th, 2014

luv it! luv it! luv It! luv it! luv ! luv it enough said? seriously though- found it when my younger 2 were 6 mo old and my oldest was 4- they will be 5 and 8 later this month. The staff- is amazing!! They remember our family when we come ... read more
Rocking Horse Ranch reviews
Migis Lodge Reviews
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Mohonk Mountain House Reviews
qwertyu840 - Aug 8th, 2011

Mohonk Mountain House has been the highlight oh my familie's year for the past 15 years. We go for a week during the summer every year. We go with my entire family, meaning about 24 people. When we wake up in the morning the beds are comfortable ... read more
Mohonk Mountain House reviews
The Grand Hotel Reviews
Supermom70 - Jun 8th, 2014

The hotel is beautiful, but a bit stuffy and uptight. I understand they are trying to recapture a part of history, but recruiting most of their wait and housekeeping staff from Jamaica and the Philippines was done intentionally to provide the look ... read more
The Grand Hotel reviews
Club Med Sandpiper Bay Reviews
phitman - Nov 8th, 2015

We had an unfortunately disappointing beginning, as I was looking forward to the acclaimed "welcome" upon arrival!! There was NONE. I stood at the check-in counter for 5-10 minutes before anyone even said hello. Then another 5-10 waiting for someone ... read more
vostersp - Feb 12th, 2015

Don't us the transportation service the club med uses, the resort it self is great. The service is fantastic, the Go's are very nice and professional. The problem is that club Med outsources the transportation service to a limo company. They are ... read more
Club Med Sandpiper Bay reviews