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Guesthouse in Plant City
Adorable accommodations
Great location 1 mile from I-4 perfectly situated between Tampa and Orlando for all of your vacationing and beach days. Located 600 steps from gate D of the PLANT CITY STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL park free. see schedule of entertainment at flstrawberryfestival. Com One separate bedroom one full bathroom half a duplex large kitchen and large living room comes with Wi-Fi and TV in the living room. no smoking indoors please but smoking allowed on side private porch Table chairs and ashtray provided.
$75 per night
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Farm stay in Plant City
Rare Farm Getaway~Great for Families & Couples~
A rare find, this unique farm stay is an adventure! Hand feed cows, goats & chickens, explore the creek & garden, roast s'mores, drive a tractor, lay in the tree swing on our 5+acres! This peaceful oasis is more than just a place to sleep, it's a dreamcation. Located 8min to winery, 20min to Tampa, 45min to beaches/Disney. This barn farmhouse has a private bedroom, loft, kitchen and bathroom. Everything you need for a getaway.
$105 per night
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Home in Plant City
Cozy One-bedroom home on large corner lot
This special place is close to everything, making it easy to plan your visit. Walking distance to Burchwood Park and Festival Grounds. Quick trip to various restaurants such as Outback, Applebee's, Chik-fil-a, Mr. & Mrs. Crabs and so much more.
$99 per night
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Stay near Plant City's top sights

Photo of Parkesdale Farm Market
Parkesdale Farm Market17 locals recommend
Photo of Florida Strawberry Festival
Florida Strawberry Festival18 locals recommend
Photo of Johnson Barbeque
Johnson Barbeque4 locals recommend
Photo of Plant City Farm & Flea Market
Plant City Farm & Flea Market3 locals recommend
Photo of The Strawberry Hut
The Strawberry Hut3 locals recommend
Photo of Publix Super Market at Plant City Crossing
Publix Super Market at Plant City Crossing4 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Plant City

Home in Plant City
Just Renovated Historic Duplex
$90 per night
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Home in Plant City
The Strawberry Field Stilt House
$119 per night
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Home in Plant City
The Peaceful Village unit#4
$112 per night
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Guesthouse in Lakeland
Downtown Lakeland - Cozy Guest House Studio
$68 per night
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Guest suite in Plant City
King size private master suite 5 minutes from I4.
$66 per night
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Guest suite in Lakeland
cozy couple guest house private studio
$77 per night
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Private room in Dover
I-4/75 Private,Superclean,Cool, Hosted by Artist
$56 per night
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Home in Plant City
Serene Home with Large Fenced Yard
$118 per night
Serviced apartment in Plant City
Beautiful modern apartment
$90 per night
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Home in Plant City
Beautiful Renovate house close to I4 Disney Tampa
$129 per night
Home in Lakeland
Charming and comfy apt near downtown
$83 per night
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Cabin in Plant City
Cheerful, cozy cottage in country setting
$123 per night

Your guide to Plant City

All About Plant City

One of the outlying cities in the Tampa Bay metropolitan region, Plant City is known for its broad range of plant nurseries, which cultivate berries and citrus fruits as well as vegetables and tropical houseplants. Plant City is also home to a storied history as a railroad town — the city was actually named for a famed railroad developer, not for the nurseries, gardens, and farms that today make the region a patchwork of colors.

Many visitors add the neighboring city of Lakeland to their trip to take in the Polk Museum of Art, home to works by internationally renowned artists from the Impressionist, Cubist, and Pop Art schools. Back in Plant City, you’ll find realistic statues in lifelike poses dotted all over town. The city is also home to almost 200 lovingly maintained buildings from the past century — the East Hillsborough Historical Society operates a museum and archives here where you can learn more about the area and its architecture.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Plant City?

Just a few miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico in central Florida, Plant City draws visitors year round for its perennial tropical climate. The best time to visit may be between January through April and from October through December. The temperatures during these periods are warm but not overly hot, and you can experience some of the city’s biggest events, including the Florida Strawberry Festival, held each March. Another event to keep an eye out for is the Plant City Pig Jam in November, a BBQ competition and festival held on the weekend before Thanksgiving.

The bountiful produce of the city’s many nurseries is on display all year round — you’ll be able to get a taste of local ingredients at virtually every eatery in town. Visitor numbers tend to drop in the summer months, when you can expect hot, humid conditions and short, sharp storms.


What are the top things to do in Plant City?

Bing Rooming House African American Museum

Once serving as a hotel that provided a safe space for African Americans during segregation, this 1920s facility is now committed to preserving and presenting African American history. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the museum houses artifacts, oral history videos, and documents that aim to help visitors better understand what the period of segregation was like for Black Americans during that time.

Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum

The Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum is a tribute to the history of trains and railroads in Plant City, which have left their mark right up to the present. Exhibits include restored locomotive cars, railroad memorabilia and artifacts, and even a stop at a train viewing platform, which is a great vantage point to see engines coming and going.

McCall Park

McCall Park is one of Plant City’s largest green spaces. Beyond being a popular spot for a picnic in the Florida sunshine, it also hosts a packed program of events. A car show is hosted on the third Saturday of every month, while foodies are well served by the Main Street Food Truck Rallies, which take place on the last Friday of every month.