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The Weather in Deer Isle
Check out the climate diagram for Deer Isle. July is the warmest month in Deer Isle with average maximum temperatures of 77°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
Tuck into fresh lobster at your Deer Isle vacation home
Opting for a vacation home in Deer Isle, Maine, places you amid hidden coves, wildflower-filled meadows, and charming New England fishing villages. Cycle, hike, or paddle your way through this idyllic island’s wealth of parkland and coastal beauty.
Arts, crafts, and lobster pots
Deer Isle Village, which dates back to the 1700s, is a quaint enclave with a bit of everything, including an excellent ice cream shop. Not far away, you'll find Stonington, a fishing town filled with quaint colonial buildings nestled in the forested hills of New England. Overlooking sparkling Penobscot Bay, the town supplied granite for the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial. Enjoy live events at Stonington Opera House, or participate in a workshop at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts.
What could be more redolent of Maine culture than feasting on succulent lobsters from Stonington Lobster Co-op? Choose your own soft- and hard-shell lobsters right at the water's edge.
Go hiking, kayaking, or canoeing at Holbrook Island Sanctuary State Park, and explore ecosystems amid old volcanoes, beaches, and meadows. A plenitude of flowers bloom from early spring until late fall. Look out for deer, beavers, otters, porcupines, and coyotes.
Go on an adventure with the kids and discover Deer Isle by boat. Whether you’re on a fishing boat or sailboat, light winds across the brilliant water are all you need to enjoy peaceful days in this paradise.
Traverse a tidal bridge
You’ll find one of the best hikes on Deer Isle at Barred Island Preserve. Ramble along the water and appreciate the wonderful views. At low tide, a sand beach forms between the island and mainland, exposing rockpools filled with sea creatures.
Watch your step as you hike the trail along the coastline at Edgar M. Tennis Preserve: the tree roots are as prolific as the verdant boughs. Rare wildflowers, mosses, and unusual fauna are found along this mile-long trail through spruce forest.
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