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The Weather on Drummond Island
Find the Drummond Island climate diagram. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 8° on Drummond Island in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
A vacation rental on the Gem of the Huron, Drummond Island
History recognizes Drummond Island as the last British outpost in America following the Treaty of Ghent in 1814. Today, a short ferry ride across St. Mary's River will transport you into a natural paradise, with myriad outdoor activities at your fingertips. Enjoy the island's unhurried pace with a lakeside vacation home.
It should come as no surprise that Drummond Island's restaurants are best known for their fish dishes. The Port of Call's menu often features fresh fish from the Great Lakes, as well as delicious pork and prime beef dishes. Meanwhile, the Northwood, a local favorite, is known for its Angus beef burgers and fresh whitefish preparations.
Afer a day of fishing or snowmobiling, stop by at Chuck's Place Bar & Grill, the Eastern-most bar in the Upper Peninsula. Enjoy the game on their big screens, play a game of pool, and tuck into their burgers and fried fish. Before heading out for another day in the great outdoors, perk up at the Espresso Bean Café, and grab some homemade biscotti or fresh cinnamon rolls to go with your cappuccino.
Sit out rainy afternoons at the toasty Drummond Island Historical Museum, housed inside a log cabin. The museum is packed with island history and geological oddities, maps, and photos of Native Americans, Finnish farmers, and former settlers. Meanwhile, the DeTour Reef Lighthouse guards the mouth of the St. Mary's River, shining its guiding light to mariners.
Drummond Island's community is close knit, as shown by its local events. One of the Eastern Upper Peninsula's most anticipated events is the family-friendly Drummond Island Fall on the Island Festival. There are concerts, craft shows, and an enticing array of food and drink – you'll need to book your Drummond Island cabin rental in advance for this one.
Day trips and more
Drummond Island offers a gamut of natural outdoor experiences, including fishing, hunting, and star gazing. Carefully groomed trails make snowmobiling and cross-country skiing a pleasurable experience. Fishing opportunities abound on the island, and anglers will have their hands full. Drummond Island sunsets are a surreal affair, as you'll discover. Even prettier are the changing colors of fall.
Visitors are astonished at the wildlife on the island – you can see deer, raccoons, bears, moose, coyotes, and bobcats. Birdwatchers keep vigil for the gorgeous ruby-throated hummingbird, osprey, and finches. The Drummond Island Alvar is a popular stop on the North Huron Birding Trail. Stargazers can look forward to peering into the clear night skies with their telescopes – whatever your fancy, the wild outdoors awaits at your Drummond Island cabin.
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