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The Weather in Anderson
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 91°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Anderson, with temperatures going under 33° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Anderson, South Carolina: Outdoor fun mixed with old school moonshine
Set near the borders of Tennessee and Georgia, your Anderson vacation rental is close to national forests, lakes and small towns. The locals are laid-back; visitors rarely feel like a tourist. Enjoy a day of fishing on Lake Hartwell, make new friends while enjoying secret recipe moonshine, or take a tour through historic plantations.
The outdoor life at Lake Hartwell
Some of the best fishing in the state is at Lake Hartwell. Whether you are fishing for bass or catfish, enjoy the lush forest surrounding the area. When on land, hike the trails surrounding the lake. Camping includes cabins, campers or tents. Involve your kids in the Junior Ranger program, helping them learn valuable outdoor skills while learning to love and preserve nature.
Old fashioned drinks with modern twist
Moonshine is considered "liquid gold" in the area. In the Depression Era, farmers were able to make enough money during a bad season by taking their corn and making moonshine. The Palmetto Distillery proudly maintains the traditions and flavors of moonshine and Southern whiskeys. Carolina Bauernhaus Ales is a great place to relax with the locals after a day out. Here you can savor handcrafted ales, local food and great conversation.
Lessons on historical plantation tours
Cotton plantations which were built and flourished using slave labor were common in the area. Many of today's plantations are now registered historical sites. You can tour the Montpelier Plantation, owned by descendants of the original Maverick family. The Woodburn Plantation was once a livestock farm with summer home. Today the Pendleton Historic Foundation offers tours of the estate, including the birthplace of Jane Edna Hunter, who went on to become a prominent African American activist. The Anderson County Museum maintains a prolific exhibit and events program, so make sure to check out what's going on during your stay in Anderson.
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