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Find the Ashburn climate diagram. July is the warmest month in Ashburn with average maximum temperatures of 87°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 24°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Explore the Potomac River with a vacation home in Ashburn, Virginia
Adjacent to the Maryland border and Potomac River, Ashburn is a welcoming town full of great visitor attractions. Discover parks, wildlife, and sports hotspots, as you unwind in this scenic part of Virginia.
Rivers and rinks
Ashburn Ice House is the center of ice skating culture in the area, being home to a successful local hockey team. The rink and state-of-the-art skating facilities are frequently open to all, though it's worth checking the public skating schedule in advance of your visit.
Enjoy more sports attractions with a trip to Belmont Country Club and Golf Course, or the Golf Club at Landsdowne. The latter enjoys stunning views over the Potomac and across to Maryland, opening onto the pretty lakes and fields of Elizabeth Mills Riverfront Park.
Animal adventures and indoor exploration
Children will love the live animal shows at Leesburg Animal Park, where they can meet giant tortoises, hang out with sloths, or monkey around with gibbons and lemurs. There are also llamas, donkeys and zebras, among the Noah's Ark of critters at this fun family zoo.
Chibis Indoor Playground is ideal for younger kids up to age five. It's a wonderful environment full of stimulating games and fun challenges. Bright colors, and varied textures and levels let your little ones explore and learn simultaneously.
Nearly a thousand acres of outdoor adventure await you at Algonkian Regional Park. From serene wooded areas to open greens spaces with views of the Potomac River, the park is filled with exciting sights to discover. Sunset and moonlight paddle tours are a special experience here, while you can sign the kids up to the Naturalist Society for their children's outdoor discovery program.
Ashburn Park, otherwise known as the 'Dinosaur Park', is another great spot for a family day out. Follow the crystal-clear stream that winds through the woodland, and watch the kids enjoy the dino themed adventure play areas.
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