Kissimmee, FL, USA

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Kissimmee, FL, USA

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Rental Condos for Your Kissimmee Vacation

Kissimmee, Florida is a great town to visit, and it is convenient to many Florida attractions. Rental properties include condos, houses, and townhomes to suit your needs. These properties have many amenities to make your stay comfortable. These facilities may include pools, internet access, hot tubs, and available parking.

Amusement Parks

Kissimmee is located directly adjacent to Orlando, home of many different amusement parks. Each themed to outdo the others, they all offer an assortment of rides, dining, shows, and more.

  • Disney World has four amusement parks and two water parks in addition to a shopping district. The amusement parks include the Magic Kingdom, which has themed lands and rides based on many original Walt Disney movies. Hollywood Studios features attractions based on many other movies and includes “The Great Movie Ride” and a 4-D Muppet Movie. Animal Kingdom explores the natural side of the parks with a safari ride, where one can see many animals up close. Finally, Epcot is divided into two sections, one that allows guests to see the future, and the other allows them to visit foreign lands. Two separate water parks round out the venue.
  • Universal Studios offers rides and attractions including dining. Harry Potter Fans will visit Diagon Alley. You will also meet the Minions, ride with the Simpsons, and experience a 3D adventure with the Transformers. The fun continues with a water park to cool off from all the excitement.
  • Sea World is home to many sea creatures. While there, you can visit Antarctica and see the penguins, or you can go to Dolphin Cove to see dolphins. There are rides and shows, dining, and shopping at the park.
  • Legoland is another theme park. This one is geared towards children ages 2 to 12 years of age who are fans of the Lego building blocks. There are more than 50 rides, shows, dining, and a waterpark available within the park. The park is divided into many lands to appeal to a wide variety of visitors.

Beaches Are Close to Kissimmee

It is hard to go to Florida and not visit the beach. There are beaches within an hour’s drive of Kissimmee. Cocoa Beach is just under an hour’s drive east of Kissimmee on the Atlantic Ocean. Clean beaches and sunny days make relaxation and play extra amusing. Kayak tours can also be arranged. If you prefer a beach on the Gulf Coast, you might choose to visit Fort De Sota Beach.

Dinner and a Show in Kissimmee

There are three dinner theatres located in Kissimmee, Florida. Medieval Times offers a horse show and Knights along with a traditional medieval dinner menu. A second venue, Capones Dinner and Show offers a 1920’s style show. They have a buffet available for dining before the show. And, if you are a fan of wrestling, you may enjoy Manor Professional Wrestling Dinner Theatre.

Beautiful Weather in Florida Most of the Year

Winter is a great time to visit Kissimmee because it has mild temperatures while northern states may be experiencing cold. Temperatures in the winter average in the high 70s to low 80s. Summer temperatures are often in the 90s while Spring and Fall are in between. Winter is a great time to visit, but Spring is also nice.

The Best Ways to Get to Kissimmee

Kissimmee is an easy drive from many locations, and it is easy to access via highways. If your personal car is not big enough to hold enough luggage, you may consider renting a car. Flying into Kissimmee is also a great alternative. The Kissimmee Gateway Airport is convenient, but the Orlando International Airport is also not too far away. You may also choose to take a Greyhound bus or an Amtrak train. Kissimmee offers stations for both for your convenience

Kissimmee—excitement from A to Z

From airboat tours to zip lining, it’s easy to plan an action-packed vacation in Kissimmee. Championship golf courses, water parks, and horseback riding are just a few of the activities on offer. Scan the distant horizon from a hot air balloon or get up-close to nature on a hiking trail through the central Florida marshlands. Outdoor-loving kids will enjoy letting off steam at Shingle Creek Regional Park, with kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards for hire. Or discover an unusual angle on Kissimmee’s storied past with a guided ghost tour of the Historic Downtown District—these operate year-round but are less frequent in winter.

Kissimmee for kids

The Museum of Military History is one of Kissimmee’s most popular family attractions. Older children will thrill at the interactive exhibits and interpretive displays designed to foster an understanding of America’s military heritage. From Civil War memorabilia to the latest technology, the museum provides a fascinating insight into life in the armed forces. The little ones will love a day out at Green Meadows Petting Farm, which offers the chance to make friends with farm animals in an authentic rural setting. Hayrides and helping to milk a cow are just 2 of the delights in store.

Feel the heat in Kissimmee

The central Florida climate lends itself to family vacations at any time of year, with dry, sun-filled summers and mild winters. Kissimmee vacation rentals with a pool are especially in demand during the popular school holiday months of July and August, when temperatures reach their sizzling peak. If you’re planning to visit the theme parks during your trip, you’ll need to plan ahead to book Kissimmee vacation rentals near Walt Disney World. Spring or fall, when it’s still warm enough to enjoy alfresco meals on the patio, are the best bet to beat the crowds and benefit from wider availability.

Kissimmee for nature lovers

Lake Tohopekaliga, renowned for its bass fishing and bird-watching, is home to a wide variety of waterfowl, turtles, and the ubiquitous Floridian alligator. The northern headlands of the Everglades are protected as an ecotourism hot spot. Guided swamp tours are a great way to explore this fragile environment with the minimum of impact. The region also boasts one of the largest nesting populations of American bald eagles in the southern states, so be sure to keep your binoculars handy when you’re relaxing on the balcony of your Kissimmee vacation rental.