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The Weather in Farmington
Above are the weather conditions for Farmington. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Farmington, with temperatures going under 19° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Generous country life with a vacation home in Farmington
Farmington is an area of quiet rural beauty. Enjoy the hearty food, country nightlife and historic sights. Typical vacation homes are comfortable wood houses in a forest setting.
Comforting food in a mountain setting
With its beautiful forests and mountains, Pennsylvania is perfect for working up an appetite. The Bittersweet Cafe in Farmington serves a wicked chicken salad sandwich, as well as buttermilk waffles and many other delicacies made with local produce.
If you are feeling in need of a really sturdy meal after your hiking, have a steak or some chicken wings in the Stone House Restaurant in Farmington and wash it down with corn soup.
Nights out in small town America
If you're looking for some company and a friendly night out, just take a 30-minute drive across the border and head to Friendsville, Maryland. Here you will find Ken's Irish Pub, complete with Irish hospitality, a variety of beers on tap, Irish music and an eclectic mix of eccentric customers who are likely to strike up a conversation with you.
If you're looking for something more urban, head to Coal Town Saloon in Uniontown, a 20-minute drive away where you can get some beautiful cocktails and whiskey. Sit in the smokey bar and listen to the electronic beats or dance and rub shoulders with the hip, young crowd.
History and natural wonders in Farmington
Fort Necessity National Battlefield is a historical site commemorating the 1754 Battle of Fort Necessity. The Fort of Necessity was actually a storehouse that served to protect British ammunitions. Visit this historical battlefield to learn about pre-revolutionary American history.
Farmington is also the place to explore the deep cave called Laurel Caverns, which will bring you hundreds of feet below the earth's surface. The cave was discovered by settlers in the 18th c. but probably known to Native Americans for much longer.
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