Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 4,825 vacation rentals near Pembroke Pines. From 1,647 condos to 1,434 apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Pembroke Pines for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Pembroke Pines is a great host for good times

Sandwiched between the Everglades and the ocean, the laid-back city of Pembroke Pines is well-placed for many of Florida's natural attractions. Whether it's surfing on the Space Coast, dining out in Miami Beach, or spotting snappy alligators in the Everglades National Park, there's something here for everyone. Go eye-to-eye with flamingos, bobcats, and otters at Flamingo Gardens, or cool off on the many water slides in Paradise Cove Water Park. Whatever you choose, a Pembroke Palms vacation rental makes a great base for your southern Florida adventures.

Pembroke Pines scores a perfect 10 for fun vacations

Whether you're a beach bunny or a nature hound, a Pembroke Pines vacation rental makes an ideal base for exploring Florida's many attractions. It's well-placed for day trips to the wide, sandy beaches of the Space Coast. A favorite is Hollywood Beach, a 30-minute drive east of Pembroke Pines, which has a buzzy boardwalk, surf schools, and numerous bars and restaurants. If you fancy getting out on the ocean waves, hop on a boat cruise to spot whales and dolphins. Venture west and you'll discover the natural delights of the Everglades on an airboat tour of the wetlands.

Flamingo wild on your next Florida vacation

A Pembroke Pines vacation rental offers some R&R away from the main resorts on Florida's Atlantic Coast. A 10-minute drive north of Downtown is Flamingo Gardens, a 60-acre wildlife park and tropical gardens, home to native alligators, bobcats and, of course, pink flamingos. Try to visit in winter when the hummingbird gardens come alive. And there's no better place to cool off from the Floridian sun than at the city's Paradise Cove water park. A hotspot for young families, it features several large water slides, a duo of wading pools, and interactive fountains.

Sizzling Florida temperatures draw the nation's snowbirds

The southern state of Florida is a magnet for snowbirds who flock to the warmer climes to escape a sharp winter. Promising year-round sunshine and warm temperatures, Pembroke Pines is a popular destination. Peak season is between December and March, when the weather is dry, sunny, and a comfortable mid 70 degrees. In the summer the mercury shoots up, often busting the 100 degree mark and with it bringing thunderstorms and heavy rains. The shoulder seasons of spring and fall are also popular, when folk flock to the beaches along the Atlantic Coast.

Later, alligator—the everlasting attractions of the Everglades

Pembroke Pines is an inland city, sandwiched between the Everglades National Park and the beaches of the Space Coast. It's a prime spot for nature lovers who come to explore the thousands of acres of nature-filled wetlands of the Everglades. The best way to explore the wetlands is by airboat, where if you're lucky you'll spot the resident alligators, bald eagles, and storks which call it home. If you prefer to be on solid ground, maybe choose a hike through the national park. The Gumbo Limbo Trail is a paved path where you can get up-close-and-personal with tropical flora.