Peoria Vacation Rentals

Compare 8 vacation rentals. Enter your trip dates to get started.
USA > Arizona > Peoria

Make Peoria your next getaway—choose from 8 great vacation rentals

Whether you're visiting the region to explore the deserts and the mountains, to enjoy watersports at Lake Pleasant, or to catch a game in one of the area's well-known sports stadiums, you'll have access to all this and so much more from our Peoria vacation rentals. 

Explore Peoria house rentals, and more


House rentals

View 8 House rentals

Peoria vacation rentals for every getaway

Dog-friendly Hot tub Internet
Country Meadows
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Country Meadows - Peoria, AZ

$209 avg / night
Desert Holly
4 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Desert Holly - Peoria, AZ

$255 avg / night
Peoria Paradise
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 7

Peoria Paradise - Peoria, AZ

$303 avg / night
Mesquite Vista
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Mesquite Vista - Peoria, AZ

$176 avg / night
The Enclave
5 Bedroom | 3 Bath | Sleeps 10

The Enclave - Peoria, AZ

$180 avg / night

View 3 more homes

Recent Peoria vacation rental reviews

This is our second stay and we plan to come back to this house every time we visit Phoenix. Centrally located in Peoria, aka prairie fire it’s the home of San Diego’s Padres and Seattle Mariners spring training and being from Seattle Seattle Mariners and being from Seattle ourselves makes it feel like home. The spacious layout out of the house allows for us parents and teenagers kids to be together while having that separation of spaces making for very harmonious stay. The pool as the star of the house is where we spend most of our time in a lovely backyard surrounded by greenery and covered patio and lunging furniture. We can’t wait to come back.
Sava H. | Jun 2022
The community was nice as well as the house. We were very confortable there and had all the comforts of home and needs. I would highly recommend it to anyone.
Felipe A M. | Apr 2022
Plenty of space to spread out. The kitchen has ample amount of kitchen where glassware cooking utensils and pots. As well as seasonings salt and pepper - things that I didn’t think would come with the house. I was a little disappointed about the pool not being heated. I didn’t know we could heat. I didn’t see anything on the website about it. I found out that we had to give 72 hour notice to get it heated. But that was the only minor fall back
Samuel P. | Mar 2022

Book confidently. Stay comfortably.

Book confidently. Stay comfortably.
24/7 support
Easy check-in
Easy check-in
Professional cleaning
Professional cleaning

Where is Peoria, AZ?

Peoria is a city and a major suburb of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Its boundaries extend north to encompass much of Lake Pleasant, and south where it shares a border with Glendale. If you're flying in for a visit, the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is just 18 miles southeast of the heart of downtown Peoria.

Things to See and Do in Peoria, AZ

At the northern end of Peoria, you'll find Lake Pleasant Regional Park, home of the 10,000-acre reservoir originally created by the Carl Pleasant Dam back in the late 1920s. Visitors can spend their days paddleboarding or water skiing, and this lake also hosts exciting speedboat and hydroplane racing events as part of the Arizona H2OMG Festival at the end of February.

For additional sporting events, the Peoria Sports Complex hosts spring training for the Seattle Mariners and the San Diego Padres, and you can also find the Arizona Cardinals stadium close by over in Glendale, just a short drive west. The Coyotes, a professional hockey team, also play nearby.

Golfers will want to challenge some of the courses throughout the area like the Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia, the Quintero Golf Club, Peoria Pines, and the Lakes Course at Westbrook Village, among many others.

Lastly, there are plenty of options for shopping, dining, and entertainment within Peoria and also in neighboring communities, including Surprise just nine miles west.

Enjoy a stay in one of our Peoria vacation rentals and discover just what makes this part of Arizona so special.

Photo Credit: Tweiespix via Flickr