The bayside town known affectionately by stateside tourists as Rocky Point is actually called Puerto Peñasco, a name that almost equates exactly to its English translation. Aside from what you call it, many consider the region to be a small slice of paradise on the shores of Bahia Kino, or Kino Bay. The warm waters and gentle waves along the bay are more reminiscent of a cozy beach vacation than the cold power of the Pacific Ocean. While time spent on the beach is sure to be enjoyable, you’ll have plenty of family entertainment in Rocky Point inside your vacation rental from FMI Rentals as well!
In-Home Family Fun in Rocky Point
Rocky Point visitors who arrive in the summer may find themselves indoors to rest and refresh after a day off on the water. Fortunately, with FMI Rentals, each one of our luxurious vacation homes provides top-notch entertainment options which include state-of-the-art electronics, complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat-screen televisions, and in some homes, a slew of board games. Once again, it all depends on the type of family, but the kids can take their pick among the classics such as Monopoly, Checkers, Cranium and much more, while the adults have their choice of more risqué games like Cards Against Humanity. We also encourage guests to bring their favorite games from home to enjoy during their stay!
Additionally, a vacation home with us allows the entire family to take advantage of the extra amenities aside from those essential ones included such as spacious kitchens and comfortable bedrooms. With swimming pools, hot tubs, bay views and more, staying in Rocky Point becomes a complete, all-in-one vacation without leaving your doorstep!
When the time comes to leave your comfortable rental, venture out once again to enjoy nautical activities such as fishing, kite surfing, snorkeling. If you prefer to stay on land, visit the varied restaurants along the beach while window shopping through native handicraft markets in search of authentic trinkets and tchotchkes. Back near the bay, explore the beaches at the popular (and often crowded during spring break) Playa Hermosa and Sandy Beach. If you want to avoid the sand, board a private charter to catch your very own dinner. Whatever family entertainment in Rocky Point you choose, wear plenty of sunscreen!