Marc Anthony’s Casa de Campo Resort in the Dominican Republic

One of Many Outdoor Entertainment Pavilions

With five kids, Marc wanted to make certain they had plenty of room to for outside fun. When they get tired of running around, the kids can head over to the two-story game and TV pavilion. The sand-bottom downstairs level includes a small bar area for drinks and snacks, as well as a sitting area for TV watching and a couple of games everyone can play. On the left, the metal spiral staircase heads upstairs, though it is almost impossible to see what is up there. 

The Man-made Beach Area

Surprisingly, the property is not actually on the beach, so Marc did what any other millionaire with a property in the Caribbean would do and had one made. Here, several cabanas give Marc and his guests a place to rest, while the kids (and adults) can take advantage of the tree swing. Behind the cabanas, plenty of the wild vegetation that had, at one time, tried to take over the property can still be seen.

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