Edmonds, WA, USA

Edmonds, WA, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 2,152 vacation rentals near Edmonds. From 798 apartments to 713 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Edmonds for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Rockin' the Seattle suburbs in Edmonds

Looking for a northwestern city that goes a little lighter on the flannel and grunge? Then look no further than Edmonds. Just north of Seattle on Puget Sound, Edmonds is a laid-back suburban community known for its residential neighborhoods, lively downtown, and scenic mountain views. A thriving cultural hub in its own right, you can find a number of music and arts festivals throughout the year, as well as enough nightlife, shopping, and dining to make even the biggest city jealous. With an Edmonds vacation rental, you'll be right at the heart of all the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

Edmonds – a sound you've got to see to believe

While it's a little smaller than its neighbor to the south, Edmonds has plenty going on. The sandy Marina Beach Park is a popular destination, and you can enjoy sunbathing, kayaking, and fishing on Puget Sound. Whalewatching is a major draw, too, and you'll find a number of outfitters in the area offering tours to spot orcas and gray whales during their regular migrations. Feeling artsy? Edmonds boasts a number of annual festivals, and, if you're lucky, you can catch local events like the Edmonds Art Festival or the Edmonds Jazz Connection.

Edmonds – I just want to fly

After a day on the water, head to the The Future of Flight Aviation Center in nearby Mukilteo. Here, you can get a hands-on look at the history – and the future – of air travel. The museum is adjacent to the Boeing Everett Production Facility, and a tour of the aircraft plant is a must for even the most casual airplane enthusiast. Back in town, the Cascadia Art Museum boasts a selection of rotating works by local and international artists in a striking 19th-century building.

Edmonds – everything's better down where it's wetter

Not all stereotypes exist for a reason, but the Pacific Northwest's reputation for rainy weather is definitely warranted. Edmonds has a temperate marine climate, which means cool winters, warm summers, and regular rainfall throughout the year. July and August are the warmest – and the driest – months, with average highs of 76ºF. Fall, winter, and spring are cool and wet, with highs in the upper 40s in December and January. The rainy winter months are also your best bet for finding a deal on an Edmonds vacation rental – just make like a local and keep a raincoat handy.

Edmonds – the place beyond the pines

While Edmonds itself is a modern, developed suburb, it's surrounded by a wealth of natural beauty on all sides. To the west, you'll find a number of beaches and wetlands along Puget Sound, where orca, whale, and dolphin sightings are common. About an hour east of your Edmonds vacation rental, the Wenatchee National Forest boasts 1.7 million acres of woodland within the Cascade Mountains, and you can find miles of hiking trails amid the forest's towering spruce, fir, and lodgepole pine trees.