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The Weather in Chautauqua
Find the Chautauqua climate diagram. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 77° Conversely, February is the coolest month in Chautauqua, with temperatures going under 14° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Why not try a vacation home in charming Chautauqua, New York
Stay with a stylish vacation rental in the historic town of Chautauqua. Explore the rich culture of this small yet stunning Lake Eerie town. Spend some time on the lake's shores, or in a cosy New England vacation home from the Colonial Revival. Enjoy an evening at a Jamestown comedy club, the inspirational Chautauqua Institution or woodland grottoes.
Significant culture in the area
Less than 30 minutes drive from Chautauqua is the bustling city of Jamestown, and the Robert H Jackson Center, an important museum showcasing the history of law and liberty in the United States. Here you can attend fascinating lectures and meet the locals at fundraisers. Events range from family-friendly storytelling to ice skating and stage plays.
Enjoy the local comedy scene
The Lucy Desi Museum and Center for Comedy in Jamestown is guaranteed to make you giggle. Founded to showcase America's very best stand-up comics, the center is beloved by all who attend, and attend they do! From hecklers to the history of comedy, you can learn and laugh simultaneously at this treat of a day (or evening) out.
Chautauqua's most popular sites
Ever had the burning desire to take part in a Haiku Competition? Well now's your chance. Start the day with a visit to this cultural mecca, attended by thousands every year, where the art, dance and faith reign supreme. From ballet to youth activities, interfaith lectures to performing arts, visual arts to gigs, you'll find it all here.
This lighthouse on the bluffs overlooking Portland Harbor was constructed in 1829 using native, rough-split fieldstone. On its 100th anniversary, a bronze plaque was mounted above the lintel. The natural gas-powered light is still maintained, though it is no longer used for navigation.
Panama Rocks Scenic Park
Discover every nook and cranny of this half mile long ridge, as you traverse through towering 60 foot high rocks. You can spend all day wandering around, or just stop by for a spot of lunch at one of the picnic sites before you head back to your vacation home.
Dunkirk Lighthouse & Veterans Park Museum
Enjoy a movie made about this operational lighthouse, take a guided tour, or just admire Lake Eerie from the top. As though that weren't enough to draw in visitors, you'll want to stay and pore over the extensive collection of military paraphernalia inside its walls, or check out the gift shop located on the grounds.
Evangola State Park
Shaped like a crescent moon that spoons Lake Eerie, this beautiful sandy beach is a major local attraction. Swim in the lake, visit the nature center and discover more about the wildlife here. You could even play baseball and soccer at the state-of-the-art facilities found at the edge of the beach.
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