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The weather in Evart
This is the climate diagram in Evart. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. January is the wettest month.
Discover the great outdoors and history with an Evart vacation home
In the center of Michigan's lower peninsula, Evart is encircled by forest and farmland. Outdoor recreation abounds – from the lazy Muskegon River to the mysterious glowing lights in the Forest Hill Cemetery, an Evart vacation home promises thrilling adventures.
Tubing tours in the great outdoors
Kids adore J and J's River Run’s tubing tours on the river. On summer days, there's nothing more relaxing than floating along on the water, where there are also thrilling rapids. The friendly owners provide a range of gear, including kayaks, canoes, and tubes.
Kids will be intrigued by the area’s ghost stories. Evart's Forest Hill Cemetery's unexplained lights and glowing tombstones are a local legend – come and investigate the mystery yourself!
The Muskegon River flows through Evart's southeastern corner, at Riverside Park and Crawford Park. Teeming with trout and salmon, the parks are great places for fishing. Meanwhile, Osceola County's 91 lakes, including nearby Big Lake, have bass, perch, and pike in their waters.
You can also explore the refreshing trails through the Pere Marquette State Forest, or the Huron-Manistee National Forests, which are threaded with rivers that eventually find their way to Lake Michigan. In winter, the trails here are maintained for cross country skiing. Look out for the rare Kirtland's warbler during your adventure.
Entertaining events in Evart
The Osceola County Fair is held in Evart every July. Nine days of agricultural entertainment, competitions, and exhibits include a rodeo and tractor pulls. There are also fairground rides for children and free evening entertainment and concerts by local and national performers. The Evart Folk Festival, which follows in mid-July, is accompanied by arts and crafts, delicious food, and refreshing drinks.
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