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Top-rated vacation rentals in Jacksonville

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Rental unit in Jacksonville
White Rock Studio
This studio apt. is attached to our house but privately seperated. Centrally located in Jacksonville, only a five minute drive to the beaches, and not far from everything else. Location has all you need for a week long stay or just a one night getaway. Kitchen, laundry and shower included. Exterior picnic table available for outdoor meals. Comfortable Queen sized bed easily sleeps 2, and air mattress available upon request for kids. Hosts are friendly and answer communications immediately.
$89 per night
Rental unit in Avondale
Cozy 1 Bedroom Apartment in Historical Avondale.
We offer a newly renovated private one bedroom apartment with private entrance, private bath, full size kitchen and a comfortable living room in an historic 1928 home. We are located near downtown in the historic Avondale neighborhood. Restaurant, convenient store, laundry facility and park are just one block away and a short drive to TIAA football stadium, Metro Park, Prime Osborn Convention Center, 5 points shopping and restaurants and the St. Johns river boardwalk.
$68 per night
Rental unit in Springfield
Historic and Modest Boho Inspired Apartment 3.0
Entire apartment located in Historic Springfield. The apartment is warm and inviting with modern dark walls, cozy boho inspired decor and a recently updated kitchen and bathroom. The bedroom has a queen size, cool gel memory foam bed. The living room has a comfortable pull out couch. Be sure to check out the neighborhood description. Ring cameras monitor all the entrances and are motion activated.
$67 per night

Airbnb-friendly apartments

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Airbnb-friendly apartments

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Explore Jacksonville

Stay near Jacksonville's top sights

St Johns Town Center418 locals recommend
TIAA Bank Field135 locals recommend
River City Marketplace56 locals recommend
Orange Park Mall46 locals recommend
The Avenues54 locals recommend
Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park140 locals recommend

Jacksonville home rentals

Home in Avondale
Luxurious Guesthouse In The Heart Of Avondale
$106 per night
Private room in Southwest Jacksonville
Gorgeous street view luxury Room
$55 per night
Private room in Southwest Jacksonville
Cardinal's Cove- private bedroom/bath
$45 per night
Private room in Riverside
Contemporary Guest Room
$48 per night

Jacksonville condo rentals

Condo in Beaches
Luxurious OCEANFRONT Condo on Jax Beach
$165 per night
Private room in Southeast Jacksonville
Roman Estates: Private suite/Close to everything!
$45 per night
Condo in Avondale
Steps to Restaurants, Shops, Park & More!
$75 per night
Condo in Downtown Jacksonville
Bright Mid- Century Studio, Downtown Jax!
$140 per night

Jacksonville villa rentals

Villa in Orange Park
SWEET HOME With Private Pool, Patio&Huge Backyard
$297 per night
Villa in Beaches
"Pura Vida" 2-Bedrm Villa w Pool 4 blocks to Beach
$229 per night
Villa in St. Augustine
Simple + Modern Villa! Walk to the Beach!
$191 per night
Villa in Orange Park
Blue Jade Villa w/ coffee shop/ private pool
$225 per night

Your guide to Jacksonville

All About Jacksonville

Located in the northeast corner of Florida, Jacksonville is the state’s biggest city, both in terms of geographic size — it even dwarfs Los Angeles — and population. While the city’s sprawling layout can be daunting to visitors, you can concentrate your visit here on two areas. The neighborhoods flanking the St. Johns River, the historic center of Jacksonville, offer a bevy of urbane pleasures, from cafes and boutiques to clubs. Just a 25-minute drive east of downtown, you'll find 22 miles of Atlantic Ocean beaches. Escape to Amelia Island for a relaxed getaway, go surfing on Atlantic Beach, wander along the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier, or while away the day on the white sands at Neptune Beach.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Jacksonville

From October through April, the weather in Jacksonville is glorious: sunny, relatively dry, and far warmer than in the northern United States. Sure, the temperature may dip into the 40s Fahrenheit in January, but frost and snow are almost unheard of, and you can usually be comfortable wearing short-sleeve shirts with perhaps a light jacket for the evening. (No matter the season, pack sunscreen and mosquito repellent.)

The snowbirds (Florida’s winter residents) return north by May because the temperature here climbs into the high 80s and 90s Fahrenheit in summer, with humidity to match. The Atlantic Ocean does keep the heat from becoming too oppressive, but summer rains are frequent. Hurricane season peaks in early autumn, so if you’re scheduling a trip to Florida then, consider travel insurance.

Top things to do in Jacksonville

Timucuan Preserve

Take the river ferry to this 46,000-acre ecological and historical preserve, managed by the U.S. National Park Service, for a fascinating counterpoint to Jacksonville’s urban charms. This area was settled by the Timucua people for millennia, and you can explore the region’s history by perusing the Visitor Center exhibits. See what unspoiled Florida once looked like by hiking through the preserve’s salt marshes or kayaking along its backwaters.

Riverside and Avondale

The historic neighborhoods of Riverside and Avondale are also among Jacksonville’s most forward-thinking, where clothing boutiques and hip restaurants are interspersed with placid streets and beautifully preserved Mediterranean Revival homes. The bohemian vibe in the 5 Points area is particularly strong, and art lovers can spend a day or two exploring Riverside, including the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens and the popular Saturday-morning Riverside Arts Market.

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