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The Weather in Jasper
This is the climate diagram in Jasper. On average, the warmest month is July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 28°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
A vacation home in the quaint Ozark Mountain town of Jasper
Known as 'The Elk Capital of Arkansas', Jasper is all about the great outdoors. Come for the wild, flowing rivers, caves and tons of adventure sports, both on land or waterside. A vacation home is the perfect base to your Jasper sojourn.
Jasper's downtown square is alive with vintage stores, bustling cafés and beautiful buildings. Worth visiting are historic lodging properties such as the Arkansas House Inn, established in 1934, and filled with an eclectic assortment of rooms. Emma's Museum of Junk houses a unique collection of local crafts, antiques and collectibles. Spring Street Arts meanwhile displays and sells locally produced goods from Arkansas artisans such as cutting boards, coasters, cups, and hand-painted silks, all meaningful souvenirs to remember your trip by.
A living culture is what Jasper is all about. Every summer, residents celebrate the annual Buffalo River Elk Festival with music, art, crafts, elk permit drawings, fishing derby, and a brilliant firework display to close the festival. Summers are particularly busy so you'll need to book your Jasper Arkansas cabin well in advance.
Kids and Jasper
Voted in 2012 by American Cowboy magazine as one of America's "Five Spots for Family Reunions", Jasper is indeed a suitable vacation destination for families with kids. Topping the list is the Horseshoe Canyon Ranch, where kids can play games, swim, ride ponies, fish, and go on nature walks and bug hunts.
Bradley Park in Jasper features a playground and a large deep pool fed by the nearby Little Buffalo River, where the young ones can fish to their hearts' content. The free Hilary Jones Wildlife Museum And Elk Information Center thrills kids with its intriguing touch table of bones, furs and feathers, and live aquarium. Pick from hand-painted agate night lights at their gift shop.
Get your blood pumping with Jasper's long list of outdoor activities: mountain biking, climbing, canoeing, caving and hunting are all on offer. The Buffalo National River, which flows past the town, forms a wonderful backdrop for hiking and riding pursuits. Slip on your hiking shoes and head to Boxley Valley for some wild-elk-spotting. The valley is accessible via Arkansas Highway 74.
The Pedestal Rocks/Kings Bluff Trail captivates with its curious rock formations and endless photo opportunities. Open to the public, the Mystic Caverns and Crystal Dome caves will introduce you to the surreal underworld of stalactites and stalagmites. Motorcyclists looking to explore the Ozark Mountains should consider hanging out at The Hub - Mid America's Motorcycle Resort, which is the starting point of many riding trails, and a great way to meet other riders and compare notes.
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