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The Weather in Bumpass
Find the Bumpass climate diagram. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 87° However, temperatures can go lower than 26° in Bumpass in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Enjoy lakeside leisure and Civil War history at Bumpass vacation homes
Your vacation home in Bumpass, Virginia enjoys proximity to one of the state's most peaceful lakes. To make the most of the area, book a cabin or cottage on Lake Anna, the ideal place to swim, fish or sail. Meanwhile, onshore, there's Civil War history and wineries, as well as beautiful beaches.
Your vacation home is perfectly situated for trips to wineries. Windy River Winery is just minutes from your vacation home, so you could cycle there and indulge in a wine tasting. The exciting tastings and tours offered here are accompanied by sublime views over the countryside surrounding your vacation home.
Fishing trips and fun on the lake
Lake Anna Fishing Park is your go-to for tackle and tip-offs about where to find the biggest fish. You can drive around to Pleasant Landing Marina afterwards and launch your craft on the glittering lake. Enjoy hours of blissful fishing in tranquil surroundings, undisturbed by the intrusions of day-to-day life.
Alternatively, take the kids on a boating trip around the lake. There's nothing more exciting than finding unspoiled beaches and secret coves to hole up in. Dive in and snorkel, take a kayak out to explore some more, and grill your catch of the day as the sun sets over the water.
Scotchtown and State Parks
Lake Anna State Park is an exquisite green space where you'll find miles of hiking trails and playgrounds. What's more, there is lake swimming with lifeguards and a boat ramp, so you can launch your craft here and enjoy exploring the lake's shoreline off the beaten path.
You can also take a trip to nearby Beaverdam and visit Patrick Henry's Scotchtown. Learn about the life of the famous revolutionary. The homestead of the "patriot and orator" of the American Revolution remains a fascinating insight into state history. Try taking the innovative cell phone tour.
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