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The Weather in Clermont
Find the Clermont climate diagram. On average, the warmest month is July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 50°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Turn back the hand of time with vacation homes in Clermont
Vacation homes in Clermont, Florida are imbued with a unique charm. This fruit farming region is filled with gleaming lakes and leisure centers. From the historic village to ATV trips in nature, it's all waiting to be discovered in Clermont.
Old fashioned fun and cutting edge culture
The Showcase of Citrus fruit farm is the place to find locally made pie fillings, salsa, honey and many more tasty treats. Ambling around, here visitors can enjoy the nostalgic charm of old Florida.
Catch some live theater at CPAC, the largest performing arts center in Lake County. You'll find everything from Broadway to opera and comedy on the schedule, and big names from the entertainment industry.
Lakeside leisure in Lake County
Kids love Lake Minneola, which is doubtless one of the most beautiful lakes in Lake County. Here, you can canter on horseback along the beaches, or grill your day's catch in the backyard of your vacation home. Numerous trails await exploration by bike, and you can even try your hand at paddle boarding.
Experience Clermont Historic Village, where visitors of all ages can travel back in time and experience the life of the early residents. Wander through the reconstructed houses and learn about the history of the area. Children will appreciate the playground and swimming lake, and the picnic areas and bike and walking trails at Waterfront Park make this an ideal day out.
Parks and splash pads
The city of Clermont has several parks and many lakes to explore. To cool off in town, families should head to Champions Splash Park, which offers a range of activities for youngsters to enjoy, from rubber duck races to limbo, while cooling off.
Lake Louisa State Park is a charming place to picnic along the stunning lakefront. Swimming is not recommended due to alligators, but you can observe these fascinating animals from a safe distance at this stunning park.
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