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The weather in Harbor Springs
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. On average, the warmest month is July. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The wettest month is January with 24 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 11 rainy days in July, which is the driest month.
Harbor Springs: A luxury vacation on the bay
Harbor Springs has been a year-round vacation destination ever since it began welcoming visitors. In the spring and summer, you can rent a houseboat on the bay or vacation in style in a grand two- or three-story home on the lake with a patio, deck or private jetty. Spend time swimming and enjoying the water. In winter, you can rent a cabin to unwind in after a day on your skis or snowboard at one of the many close-by ski resorts.
Cute restaurants and coffee shops line the downtown strip and lend Harbor Springs its charm. Take in views of the bay over a high-class meal at Stafford's Pier Restaurant, step into one of the many coffee shops to warm up, and round out your day with Tom's Mom's Cookies, the place to go when you're craving homemade sweets.
Galleries and culture
Visit Boyer Glassworks downtown to see one-of-a-kind pieces and watch artists at work in the studio. Or stop by Coyote Woman Gallery for oil, watercolor, and acrylic works as well as fine jewelry and sculpture. You shouldn't pass up a chance to visit Knox Gallery, which specializes in monumental bronze sculptures.
Excursions for the whole family
There's something for the entire family in and around Harbor Springs. Rent canoes, fishing tackle, and floating rafts, then prepare to spend a day on the sandy beaches of Lake Michigan.
The surrounding area is particularly gorgeous in spring and fall, so make sure to take the family hiking at Thorne Swift Nature Preserve or marvel at the fall leaves along the Tunnel of Leaves, a highway winding through the forest.
In winter, check out the snowmobile paths around town or strap on cross country skis to experience the nature of northern Michigan. If you need something a little more high-speed, head over to Boyne Highlands, Boyne Mountain, or Nubs Nob for some downhill skiing and boarding.
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