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The Weather in Fayetteville
This is the climate diagram in Fayetteville. July is the warmest month in Fayetteville with average maximum temperatures of 80°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 23° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Fayetteville explored with a comfy vacation home
There's much to see and do in Fayetteville, from checking out galleries, cool cafes and the lively Fayette County Farmers Market to taking on the wild outdoors. A vacation home or a rental cottage is the best way to enjoy Fayetteville.
History and culture trip
Stop by the Fayetteville Convention and Visitors Bureau at North Court Street, where you can pick up brochures and information on local events. You can even book a historical car tour of Fayetteville from here. The Fayette County Jail and Law Enforcement Museum houses a tidy collection of jail and law-related memorabilia. The West Virginia Music Hall of Fame is a treasure trove of photos and memorabilia of southern West Virginia’s most famous musicians. Grab a bite at Cathedral Cafe, which was once an old cathedral with towering stained glass windows.
Top your visit with a local production at the Historic Fayette Theatre.
The town park is a fun place for a family picnic - don't miss Playetteville while here. Strap on those skates and get the kids started at the new skate park. Or stay in a cabin close to the New River Gorge, where the kids can take lessons in rafting, rappelling and rock climbing.
Get out of town and head to the New River Gorge National Park and New River Gorge Bridge, the perfect destination for hiking and mountain biking. Start out at the Canyon Rim Visitor Center, which offers information on activities in the area and great views of the gorge.
For an adrenaline rush, plan a whitewater rafting trip or a day of rock climbing. Or take a bike tour through West Virginia's New River Gorge National River Park. Bikers of all skill levels are welcome.
No one leaves Fayetteville without attempting the Bridge Walk Tour, where experienced guides walk you across the iconic New River Gorge Bridge. Jaw-dropping views await.
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