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The Weather in Charlestown
Find the Charlestown climate diagram. July is the warmest month in Charlestown with average maximum temperatures of 82°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 23° low. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is August.
Go stargazing with vacation homes in exquisite Charlestown
Your vacation home in Charlestown, Rhode Island enjoys stunning beaches and a state park on its doorstep. With New England's charming coastline, stargazing at the observatory and scenic wildlife preserves nearby, you won't want to leave your Charlestown vacation home.
Point Judith Light is one of New England's most attractive lighthouses. The perfect place for vacation snapshots, the views from its summit are hard to beat, and as you ascend, you'll learn more about the fascinating history of this place. The original light was destroyed in a hurricane, but the "new" building has stood here over a hundred years.
Gaze at the stars
Kids are blown away by the opportunity to look into the far reaches of the universe at the remarkable Frosty Drew Observatory in Charlestown, Rhode Island. Contemplate the stars and other planets like Venus and Saturn as you learn more about our solar system and place in the universe.
Charlestown Town Beach is a favorite with little ones, who love to chase the waves and try their hand at fishing in the shallows. Why not come and enjoy a picnic on the shore? Or you can hike along the water's edge in Burlingame State Park, amid the serene forest.
Ponds and wildlife
Wander the beaches of the Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge, spotting rare seabirds and diverse sea creatures in the tide pools. Join one of the guided walks around this beautiful reserve, and learn more about the complex ecosystem from your knowledgeable guides.
Ninigret Pond is the largest coastal salt pond in Rhode Island, and is spectacular not just for its scenic views, but also for its schools of fish. This is a prime fishing spot, but you can also enjoy kayaking on the mirror-like surface of the pond, and spot deer leaping through the surrounding forests. Why not take in the sunset from Grassy Point viewing platform?
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