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The Weather in Eminence
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. However, temperatures can go lower than 24° in Eminence in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Spend your summer at an Eminence vacation rental
A typical vacation cabin in Eminence, MO, is tucked away from the bustle of town in the surrounding forest, with a view of the lake and all modern amenities included.
Eating out in Eminence
For traditional Southern cooking and a good down-home atmosphere, Ruby's Family Restaurant, on Missouri Avenue, is the place to go. Head to this downtown establishment and try out the fried catfish or biscuits and gravy to get a feel for the south.
For classic American fare, look no further than The Dairy Shack on Main Street. They have all the favorites covered, with burgers, fries, and an extensive kid's menu for the smaller members of the family. Their claim to fame is their hand-dipped milkshake, which draws both vacationers and locals to this cozy place.
Excursions in and around Eminence
Head to Jacks Fork River for a slew of activities. Splash and play in the clear water, or contact Windy's Canoe Rentals for day activities. Windy's is just north of Illinois Avenue on Main Street, and offers pick-up and delivery of rental equipment right to your door. They offer services for tubing, rafting, kayaking, and canoeing.
Take a 20-minute drive southeast to arrive at the Rocky Falls Shut-in, a gentle waterfall cascading into a large swimming hole. Hike up to the top to take in the view, sunbathe on the rocky beach, or slide down the smooth rocks into the water.
East of Eminence, on Highway 106, lies Blue Spring. Surrounded by scenic nature, the aptly named spring is colored a deep, inviting shade of blue. However, be prepared – the water stays at 57 degrees all year, making it quite a cold dip.
Bringing the kids
Take the family down to Alley Spring Grist Mill, located right off Highway 106 just west of Eminence. Not only an official historical site, it's also a place of renowned beauty and a reminder of simpler times. Go early in the morning to see the mist at the water's edge rolling towards the mill.
Everyone will enjoy a trip to Round Spring, 12 miles north of Eminence on Hwy 19. Round Spring Cave is open for tours, and the opportunity to see the breathtaking formations is not to be missed. Whereas swimming is not allowed in the spring, you can still hike around it and take in the beauty.
Experience the true splendor of the Missouri Ozarks at Echo Bluff State Park. Located in Eminence on Echo Bluff Drive, the park offers 5 miles of hiking trails and the opportunity to see various birds, deer, and other wildlife. Take advantage of the playground for the kids, biking trails, and restaurant.
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