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The Weather in Benzonia
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month in Benzonia with average maximum temperatures of 77°. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 17° low. January is the wettest month.
Benzonia vacation rentals are about wineries and watersports
Opting for a lakeside vacation home in Benzonia, Michigan, situates you on the state's aptly named Gold Coast. Surrounded by watersports of every sort and a profusion of fabulous wineries, the area offers plenty to see and do. You can also discover historic Fort Mackinac and venture to Mackinac Island, which overlooks both lakes.
Michigan's magic microclimates
Traverse City is surrounded by cherry orchards and wineries. Why not rent a bike for the day and explore the shoreline’s vineyards? Old Mission Peninsula is not only home to some of the state's best-known vintages, but also Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, where you can look out over the gleaming lake. From coastal villages to bucolic farms, Lake Michigan is ringed with beautiful spots with ideal microclimates for growing grapes. Relax with a local glass as you enjoy the phenomenal views.
Historical reproductions at Fort Mackinac
Fort Mackinac is one of the most complete military forts in America. Dating back to 1780, the fort is brought to life by costumed actors who give rifle and cannon firing demonstrations every half hour. The fort's tearoom enjoys sublime views of the Straits of Mackinac. Children will be thrilled by this trip into the fort's past and by the five other museums that line Market Street, which include a blacksmith’s shop and medical history museum.
Tapas with Hemingway
Don't forget to explore the Gold Coast's many nautical towns, including the traditional resort towns Saugatuck and Douglas. Stroll along their promenades while enjoying ice cream, or venture into the towns' happening arts scenes. Further north, you can visit Horton Bay General Store. Made famous by Hemingway in his short story, “Up in Michigan,” this retro store sells groceries, sandwiches, and ice cream, and even tapas on weekends.
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