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The Weather in Harrison
This is the climate diagram in Harrison. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 23° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
A vacation home beckons in the ex frontier town of Harrison
Named after President Benjamin Harrison, the picturesque city of Harrison enjoys its location at the mouth of the Coeur d'Alene River. The quintessential north Idaho town is all about heritage, history and the great outdoors. Choose from a range of vacation homes and rentals and set about exploring Harrison's past.
Harrison's history has seen it all: the gold rush of the 1880s, the timber boom, the arrival of the railways and subsequent waves of settlement. Get acquainted with the town's colorful history at the Crane House Museum. The self-guided walking tour will take you past 29 historic buildings and 14 waterfront mills and factory sites. Harrison's Historic District is lined with homes from the early 1900s. Look out for structures such as Basti Monti Confectionary, the Steam Laundry, Tom Collier's Barber Shop, and the historic Hotel Harrison.
Harrison is a lively destination for families looking to reconnect with nature. The options are numerous, depending on your taste and budget. A cabin or cottage in the woods is perfect to soak in the surrounding beauty. Take the kids down to the family fishing areas along Lake Coeur d’Alene, where they'll discover the joys of fishing - there's kokanee, chinook salmon, bass, northern pike, rainbow trout, and much more. East of Coeur d’Alene lies the Rider Ranch, where families can experience a working ranch, and a family barn night with BBQ.
Biking and hiking excursions
The 72-mile-long Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes is an absolute delight for bikers and hikers. This year-round trail takes visitors past the historic Silver Valley, over Chatcolet Bridge, through Heyburn State Park and onto the glorious Palouse prairie. Ride northeast along the river to see Idaho's oldest building, the Coeur d'Alene's Old Mission.
The town of Coeur d'Alene is a short drive away, and delights with its shopping and dining options, including breweries and a local farmer's market.
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