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The Weather in Greenbank
Check out the climate diagram for Greenbank. During August, maximum temperatures go up to more than 68° January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 37°. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is July.
Greenbank, Washington vacation homes are coastal havens
Your vacation home in Greenbank is surrounded by some of the most varied landscapes in Washington state. A mountain range overlooks the sparkling ocean of the Olympic Peninsula which is protected and ideal for family activities in the summer.
Bacchanalian bliss in Greenbank
In this glorious coastal island of Washington state there are a number of excellent vineyards and wineries to seek out. Why not take a trip to Holmes Harbor Cellars and try their award-winning vintages. The perfect distillation of the region's unique beauty. Enjoy a glass of something delicious as you look out over the vines and harbor.
Art in Greenbank
Greenbank Farm is a fantastic local art gallery that focuses on the work of exciting up-coming artists. Enjoy this aesthetic feast and team it with a delicious wine and cheese tasting session. Or perhaps a slice of home-made pie.
Wander around the transcendent rhododendron beds at Meerkerk Garden and be wowed by the sheer profusion of varieties of this dramatic plant. Especially in the spring, the array of colors in the garden is astounding. Be surprised by each new viewpoint as you wind your way through trails and pathways.
Mammoth teeth and water sports in the Olympic Peninsula
The Olympic Peninsula is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. Almost entirely cut off from Washington state by water, the area is also ringed with mountains, which make for inspiring views when you are hiking the many trails that wend through the wilderness.
Meanwhile, Fort Flagler State Park has fantastic hiking and cycling trails, accompanied by the historic forts for which the park is named. Everything is in one place here: animals, beach explorations, history, and spectacular views. The Children's Museum of Skagit County's interactive exhibits delight youngsters by incorporating play and learning. Children will enjoy exploring this colorful world of stimulating games and objects.
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