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The Weather in Alden
Find the Alden climate diagram. July is the warmest month of the year in Alden with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 78°. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 12° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Explore Lake Huron and Lake Michigan with an Alden vacation rental
On Michigan's Torch Lake, your elegant vacation home in Alden awaits you. Explore the Straits of Mackinac, including the famous Mackinac Island, where you can gaze at both Lake Huron and Lake Michigan. Opting for a vacation home in Alden positions you perfectly for exploring Michigan's top lakeside destinations.
Seek out the sights of Saugatuck
Saugatuck and Douglas are within easy reach of your vacation home in Alden, and worth the journey. The former is one of the most beloved spots on the Gold Coast, with a proliferation of beachside entertainment and attractions. Douglas, a mile away, is full of yachts, ice cream shops, galleries, and bars, so you can while away hours here with ease.
Alden is all about outdoor recreation
Kids love Alden. With a golf course, ball diamond, parks, and tennis courts, there are leisure activities aplenty in the town. Naturally, its waterside location also offers numerous watersports, including jet skiing, sailing, and kayaking. Alternatively, hike in the Coy Mountain Preserve, where hardwoods once felled for lumber stretch to the sky. The Spencer Creek Rain Garden is another favorite among visitors of all ages.
Mackinac Island and surroundings
Just 3.8 square miles, the island has banned cars. Instead, horse-drawn carriages are used. Once the site of contestation between the British and Americans, and central to the fur trade, it has now given over to a gentler pace of life. You can reach it by ferry from Mackinaw City, which sits at the south end of a bridge that crosses both Lake Huron and Lake Michigan. Make sure to see nearby St. Ignace, which was founded in 1671 and is the second-oldest settlement in the state.
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