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The Weather in Grand Traverse County
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 15° in Grand Traverse County in February. The wettest month is January with 24 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 10 rainy days in July, which is the driest month.
Enjoy coastal wine tours with vacation homes in Grand Traverse County
Vacation homes in Grand Traverse County, Michigan are situated in one of the state's most attractive and diverse regions. Traverse City is close to wineries and coastal beaches, while the State Forest's serene trails call to outdoor enthusiasts and many attractions of charming cities like Interlochen and Mayfield await your discovery.
Fruitful winery tours on the coast
Why not take a wine tour of the region's famous wineries? It's possible to cycle between some of the most famous, which line the shores of Traverse Bay. Try Chateau Grand Traverse Winery, with its views over the water and its rich red wines, or the Pinot Noir, beer and brandy at Bowers Harbor Winery.
Brys Estate Vineyard is one of the oldest wineries on Old Mission Peninsula. It has a secret garden, flower fields and garden delicacies to sample along with the wine. Rennie Orchards is a bucolic spot that represents what Michigan is known for: idyllic farmland and luscious fruits.
Bugs, butterflies and nature
Kids love to visit GT Butterfly House and Bug Zoo, where thousands of brightly colored butterflies flit around the stunning tropical gardens.
Music House Museum is a unique collection for the whole family. Discover old instruments and music boxes and even watch a silent movie, accompanied by the original score.
Enjoy cross country skiing or hiking in Pelizzari Natural Area on Mission Peninsula, a stunningly beautiful alternative to the state parks.
The beach at Traverse City State Park may be small, but the water is beautifully clear. Meanwhile, located between two freshwater lakes, Interlochen State Park is home to pristine beaches and miles of idyllic woodlands. Michigan's first state park is a favorite among locals, and the fishing is superb. The shore can get busy in the summer, so make sure you stake out your spot early. You can pair a trip here with a visit to Interlochen Arts in town, too.
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