Vacation Rentals in Seminole
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Visit Seminole City in Pinellas County, Florida, for a vacation filled with fun and adventure. It is a lakeside city located on either side of Lake Seminole and close to the pristine beaches of Florida; Indian Rocks Beach to the northwest and Redington Beach and Madeira Beach to the west. Whether you are in for the lake or the sea, you are sorted! Vacation Rentals are located in the city center, near Lake Seminole or on the beaches towards the city's west. Here, your preference becomes your ultimate guide.A vacation rental just for you
Discover the wide range of accommodations that leaves you spoiled for choice. Whether you're with family or you are a group of friends in pursuit of thrills, there's always a rental property to suit your needs. If you're in for the basic amenities such as air conditioning, parking, fast internet and television, your desire shall be met. If you are obsessed with the top-notch amenities such as pools, Jacuzzis, balconies and gardens, they've got you! With rental properties such as these, you might stay in Seminole longer than you anticipated.
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The area and getting around
Seminole is the jewel of the Tampa Bay Area of Florida. It is endowed with many parks; Seminole City Park in the heart of the city, Blossom Lake Park near Blossom Lake to the south, Boca Ciega Millennium Park to the west, Lake Seminole Park and Seminole waterfront park on either side of Lake Seminole. Everywhere you turn, you'll find a park. Seminole is also a gateway to the beauty of the greater Pinellas County, with Florida Botanical Gardens and Walsingham Park to the north and War Veterans Memorial Park to the south.Sandy beaches, food, southern comforts and local activities
Savor the pristine sandy beaches of the Seminole area. Madeira, Redington, and North Redington beaches are tremendously clean and with ample amenities such as pavilions, restrooms and parking. After basking in the sun or swimming in the sea's salty water, enjoy a variety of world-class cuisines in the restaurants littered around the city center or on the beaches. If the sea doesn't thrill you, relish the fresh water in Lake Seminole. Enjoy the wide range of water sports that the ocean and the lake have to offer, not forgetting the long Bayou connecting the two.
Travelers and activities
Seminole is a water sports paradise; boating, jet skiing and water skiing on Lake Seminole are bewildering. You may also catch some fish to grill with friends in the evening. If you want to flex your muscles a little more, hit the waters in your Kayak or Canoe and paddle your way around this breathtaking water body. The sea offers you even more; float your surf-board on the turquoise waters or take it a notch higher by risking a faster heartbeat on your sailboard. The consistent winds around won't disappoint. Whether you're a hardened thrill-seeker or searching for more gentle water-based activities, Seminole is calling!Seminole for nature enthusiasts
Do you appreciate the therapy that raw, unadulterated nature has to offer? Seminole is about to take your breath, if not blow your mind. If plants are your thing, the Florida Botanical Garden is the place to be. If not, frolic with alligators, other reptiles and amphibians in the Alligator and Wildlife Discovery Center on Madeira Beach. If you still have room for more, go bird-watching at the Boca Ciega Millennium Park. After that, catch a round of golf in the Seminole Lake Country Club as your savor its green courses.
Did you know that the first white settlements were in the 1840s! The community formed was named Seminole after the Seminole tribe whose descendants were living there at the time.
Top 5 travel tips for Seminole
Clearwater is a city within the Tampa Bay area, the County seat of Pinellas County. Enjoy its fair weather and gulf coast beaches and visit the Clearwater Marine Aquarium to learn about the rehabilitation of injured dolphins and sea turtles.2. Lake Seminole Park
It is a municipal park on the shores of Lake Seminole that offers you the unique opportunity to view wildlife and engage in great outdoor activities such as biking and hiking. It has miles of walking trails, including a two-mile paved trail.3. Visit Studio Movie Grill
You may have had a meal in a restaurant, caught a movie at a theatre nearby and perhaps, grabbed a drink elsewhere. Have you ever thought of having all this in one place? Well, welcome to Studio Movie Grill in Seminole City center; they won't disappoint!4. Treasure Island Fun Center
Enjoy a field trip in this family-friendly center. Your kids will love the video games, kiddie rides and pinball games as you play a round or two at the pool table or enjoy basketball. You can arrange to hold a birthday party for your kid here, make a reservation. It's, however, closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.5. Seminole Recreation Division
Enjoy the haven of the city's recreation. It's a family-friendly facility that hosts the city's largest annual event, the Pow Wow Festival, bringing the community together for food, entertainment, parade, and fun. Check out the dates for the festival if you're planning a visit there. You won't regret it!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Seminole
How much do the vacation rentals in Seminole cost on average?
With an average cost of $218 per night, Seminole lies at the lower end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.
During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Seminole?
Those who want to be budget-friendly should visit Seminole in June, July, or August, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $184, $189, and $191 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.
When does the price of vacation rentals in Seminole go up the most?
Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Seminole was February, with an average price of $285 per night. This was followed by March, with an average of $274, and then December, with $265.
Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Seminole?
If you decide to put Seminole on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your travels long before you go because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 90% of rentals booked the previous year.
What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?
The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, September (with an availability of 26%), October (22%), and November (20%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.
How many vacation rentals are there in Seminole?
In Seminole we offer you a comprehensive catalog of approximately 480 properties, with options to suit everyone, thanks to our 2 local and international providers.