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The Weather in Frankfort
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 17° in Frankfort in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Vacation Homes abound for lovers of nature in Frankfort
Frankfort offers visitors river and lake cottages, quaint city villas and an artsy downtown perfect for those who love the outdoors as well as the arts.
Enjoy family activities in Frankfort
Built in 1932, the Frankfort North Breakwater Lighthouse is located at the mouth of Betsie Bay and features a 67 foot tower with an active light station showing the boats on Lake Michigan the way home. The lighthouse is flanked by a pier nestled up to the beach that you can walk on in the summer months.
Elberta Beach is a beautiful place for a dip into Lake Michigan or a nice walk along the shoreline. There is a boardwalk on the north end that connects to a pier at the mouth of Betsie Bay and it is just a short drive south from Frankfort.
Frankfort is a quaint and cozy town
Frankfort offers a small downtown district with many unique stores, boutiques and restaurants with local flare. In the summer months Main Street bustles with tourists and locals alike taking in a nice stroll.
Just a short drive south is the neighboring town of Elberta. Bye Street offers spectacular views of Lake Michigan and the lighthouses as well as Elberta Beach.
Enjoy Nature in Frankfort
The Betsie Valley Trail is a 22 mile long trail which winds through the Nortwest corner of an untouched Michigan forest. The trail is excellent for bicycles, hikers and roller blading. There is even part of the trail that is open for adrenaline junkies on snowmobiles in the winter months.
The Betsie Lake sits on the ourskirts of Frankfort right next to Lake Michigan. The lake is at the end of the 54 mile long Betsie River with multiple dams that cut through wild Michigan forest perfect for waterfowl habitats and northern pike fishing.
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