Deerfield Beach, FL, USA

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Deerfield Beach, FL, USA

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A Deerfield Beach vacation rental brings the beach to you

With soft sands, invigorating waters, palm-lined streets, and a range of dining options, low-key Deerfield Beach offers all the sun-splashed perks of a classic Florida escape. Deerfield Beach is also home to the longest cable water-ski course in the country, making it a great spot for visitors looking to plan an active group event or a family getaway. Whether you’d like to kick back on the beach, play a round of golf at the Deerfield Country Club, or spend a serene day touring a nearby island, a Deerfield Beach vacation rental opens up a world of opportunities.

Relax on the Blue-Wave Deerfield Beach

Local life revolves around the Blue Wave beach, especially in the summer, when the sands fill with families, sunbathers, and surfers. A Deerfield Beach vacation rental will not only provide easy access to the sparking Atlantic and the Intracoastal Waterway, it’ll also put you within reach of great restaurants, boutiques, and outdoor activities. Grab an organic breakfast in a casual cafe, then hit the Deerfield Country Club golf course, or sign up for a scuba lesson with one of the local outfits. If you’re looking for a relaxing way to get around and see the area, hop on a breezy water taxi to take in the sights.

Quiet Waters run deep: Deerfield Beach attractions

The 430-acre Quiet Waters Park offers a range of activities perfectly suited for a group outing or a family day out, and visitors can hit the manmade beach, fish for bass, rent a bike and take to the trails, or slip and slide around the water park; it’s also home to the country’s longest cable water-ski course. If you’re booking a Deerfield Beach vacation rental between February and March, stop by the Renaissance Festival, one of South Florida’s liveliest events.

Deerfield Beach is a 4-season destination

Deerfield Beach is relatively warm year round. February is the coldest month, and still sees average low temperatures in the 60s. The area has a tropical monsoon climate, so it’s subject to thunderstorms in the summer, which help cool off the town in July, when average highs hit 92 degrees. The most popular time to visit is between December and April, so if you’re planning on booking a Deerfield Beach vacation rental during the winter or early spring, book early to avoid disappointment.

The wild side of Deerfield Beach

Deerfield Beach is situated about 17 miles north of Daytona Beach—one of the country’s premier spring break destinations—and 7 miles south of tony Boca Raton. It’s a picturesque area of white-sand beaches, lush vegetation, and palm-lined boulevards. If you’re looking to catch up with some of the local fauna and flora, hop on a free weekend boat shuttle and make the journey to Deerfield Island Park. It’s a great place to wander among the red and white mangroves, and hike the Coquina Trail. The Deerfield Beach Arboretum, meanwhile, offers pleasant gardens and a fitness trail.