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The Weather in Houghton Lake
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 80° On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 10° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Explore the best of Lake Houghton from your vacation home
Lake Hougthon in northern Michigan is a great vacation destination which features lots of beautiful natural scenery and access water based activities and fun events throughout the year. There are many cabins and houses to rent in this area, allowing you to spend your vacation surrounded by nature.
Family fun in Lake Houghton
There are dozens of beaches on Lake Houghton, many of which have safe swimming areas and children's play areas as well as access to watersports, including canoeing and boating. You can even rent a boat for the day and take the family out onto the lake to enjoy the scenery and take a dip at the same time! Funland amusement park has something for all the family with rides, go-karts, mini golf and water slides. Younger kids will love getting close to nature at Roscommon Petting Zoo.
Explore the local area
Nature is definiitely the main tourist attraction in the Lake Houghton area and if you choose cabin rentals you can send your whole vacation out in the countryside. Wellington Farm Park is a replica of a working farm from the 1930s and it even has its own farmer's market where you can buy goods to take back to your vacation home. You can go even further back in time at Houghton Lake Historical Village, a restored 19th century settlement with live demonstrations of traditional crafts.
Winter festival fun
North Michigan is also known for its winter sports, and every winter Houghton Lake hosts the Tip-Up-Town Festival, a celebration of all things wintry. As well as demonstrations of dog sledding and skidoo racing, visitors can try their hand at ice fishing or take a turn on the giant ice slide Hot food is available if you need to warm up, as well as entertainment for all the family.
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