Hudson, FL, USA

Hudson, FL, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 603 vacation rentals near Hudson. From 381 houses to 104 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Hudson for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Hudson in All Its Splendor Awaits You

Located in Pasco County, Florida, Hudson is home to a very nice beach that attracts thousands of visitors every year. From the air, one will see the marina, regularly home to literally hundreds of boats, so your imagination can run wild with all of the adventure that awaits in this little slice of heaven. Located near Tampa and St. Petersburg, this is a popular weekend getaway for locals, while out of town visitors will find more than enough to get them busy for a nice extended holiday. Resorts and accommodations of all types are available along the Florida Gulf Coast with daily and weekly rentals in plentiful supply throughout the region. Whatever you fancy in a beautiful, quiet resort town, you will likely find it in Hudson.


For those that want to escape the crowds, but still a round of golf with the ocean breeze behind you, Hudson is your place. There are several quality courses here, attracting players of all abilities. You really cannot beat the weather year round, and aside from an occasional drenching during your game, you will emerge at the 18th hole ready to celebrate a great day out at the greens. For those wanting to make a complete holiday out of it, there are multiple options right next to a course to accommodate you.

Outdoor Dining

Nighttime in Hudson brings nice cool temperatures, and one of the best sunsets over the water in the New Port Richey region. This also means many opportunities for outdoor dining. The quality of the seafood is excellent, with some great wine choice to pair with the food. You will find time to just relax and have some great conversation, discussing your day and planning what you will do the next. Life doesn’t get much better than this. After you have had your fill, you can head out to one of the chic bars in the area for a nightcap, before returning to your room for the night.


With a sizeable marina in the area, it is not surprising that there is more than one option for a great day fishing trip when in Hudson. No matter if you are just looking for a lazy afternoon in a canal region, or you want to get out on the open water, you are sure to find what you are looking for. As you pack, bring your rods and polls, and then schedule a charter to take you out where you want to go. For those that do not want to fish, they can still join you out on the boat for a relaxing and peaceful day. This is what holiday getaways are made for.


As one would expect in Florida, there really is not a bad time of the year to visit Hudson. Sunshine abounds, with temperatures rarely reaching over 90 degrees in the summer, and not dipping much below 50 in the winters. It is simply ideal to visit, golf, and fish whenever you have a few days spares to get to the region. Even the afternoon showers that pop up from time to time do not tend last very long, so you can make plans with confidence.

How to Get There

If you are coming from the surrounding areas of Clearwater, Tampa, or St. Petersburg, feel free to drive your private car when visiting Hudson Beach. From all points, you are not looking at much more than hours beautiful and scenic drive. For those from further out, you can fly into Tampa, rent a car, and then drive on in. Another option is the bus from various points around the state.

Attractions In and Around Port Richey (and vicinity)

First time in Port Richey (and vicinity) and looking for things to do? Local attractions include Nature Coast Botanical Gardens, Weeki Wachee Springs and Boyett's Grove. Don’t miss cultural highlights like The Wildlife Gallery and The HiBrow Gallery. If some outdoor time is on the agenda, soak up some sun at Green Key Beach and Hudson Beach or experience the natural beauty of Chassahowitzka Wildlife Reserve and Robert K Rees Memorial Park.

Fun activities in the city include James E. Grey Preserve, Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park and Withlacoochee Trail State Park. Also while in town, you can visit Key Vista Nature Park, Anclote Gulf Park or Anclote River Park.