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The Weather in Butler
Find the Butler climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of June. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 26° in January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is September.
Butler vacation homes by picturesque Watauga Lake
Your vacation home by Watauga Lake in Butler, Tennessee places you in the heart of the Cherokee National Forest. Base yourself in a rustic wood-panelled house, with modern amenities, and enjoy a wilderness retreat.
Follow the Thunder Road Wine Trail
The Thunder Road Wine Trail winds its way through the stunning natural landscapes that surround Watauga Lake, before continuing all the way to Knoxville. Stop off at numerous wineries, for tours, tastings, and fascinating insights into the wine production in the subtropical climate of Tennessee.
Each vintner has their own individual style, and there are some award-winning wines amongst the bunch, while Watauga Lake Winery is highlight when it comes to delicious meals, special events, and idyllic scenes.
Family fun in Gatlinburg
To see more of Tennessee's outstanding nature, visit Gatlinburg, about two and a half hours away by car. Located by the Great Smoky Mountains, it is home to Ober Gatlinburg ski resort and amusement park. In the winter it offers unparalleled alpine views and runs of varying difficulty levels, while in the summer it is popular for its thrilling roller coaster, children's rides, aerial tramway, scenic chairlift, and shopping and dining options.
Surrounded by lush, forested mountains, Watauga Lake is actually a man-made reservoir that today offers countless recreation options. There are several marinas around Watauga Lake offering boat rentals, so that you can explore it at your leisure. Jump in for a refreshing swim, or cast your fishing rod to catch that evening's dinner. Rainbow trout and spotted bass are amongst the fish found in the lake.
For an exciting day out, hit the waters of Watauga River and Watuaga Lake on a raft. Based in nearby Elizabethton, Watauga Kayak offers guided rafting, kayaking, and caving excursions, which are sure to exhilarate the whole family. Experienced instructors lead the way, while you take in amazing scenes during your adventures.
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