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The Weather in Aiken
The above is a climate diagram for Aiken. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 35° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Go boating and watch herds of horses with an Aiken vacation rental
Although Aiken, South Carolina, is charmingly small, it is home to one of America's biggest equestrian rescue centers, stately gardens, and blissful lakes. Opt for a vacation home in the area and discover labyrinths, Civil War battlefields, and artist-run art galleries.
Secret gardens and other sights
Aiken County Historical Museum's colonial-style buildings house an enthralling collection of artifacts, photographs, and information about the area. Alternatively, you can visit the Art & Soul of Aiken gallery to see and buy the works of local artists.
Hopelands Gardens is graced by stately cedars and oaks, and a network of pathways that lead you to fountains, reflective pools, labyrinths, and gazebos around every corner. Don't miss the swings, dollhouse, and the Touch and Scent Trail.
Equestrian adventures and pond reflections
Kids adore meeting the residents at the award-winning Aiken Equine Rescue, where horses graze on ninety acres of land. The largest horse rescue center in the southeastern United States, it is home to nearly one thousand adopted horses, donkeys, and mules.
Four ball fields, two soccer fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas surround thirty-acre Boyd Pond. You can also fish here in total tranquility, and enjoy the mirrorlike surface reflecting the heavily wooded shoreline.
Trails and tours
Discover Aiken’s extensive arboreal collection along the Aiken Arboretum Trail. Enjoy the dappled shade of over a hundred different trees, and learn more about them with the innovative cell phone tour available.
You can also take a trolley tour through Aiken and learn about the town's historic homes and churches, its Civil War battlefield, and oak canopy. Make sure to stop off at the Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum as well, where you'll discover how racing interweaves with the history of the local area.
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