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The Weather in Jasper
Find the Jasper climate diagram. July is the warmest month in Jasper with average maximum temperatures of 87°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is September.
Mountains and culture in your Jasper vacation home
Cherokee Indians were the first to quarry and work marble in North Georgia. Now known as the Marble Capital of Georgia, Jasper’s famous stone comprises many monuments all over the world, dozens of which reside in our nation’s capital.
The most popular vacation homes in Jasper are log cabins, with a wide variety available. The nearby planned community of Big Canoe has many examples of luxury vacation homes, and there are more private offerings as well – there is something for everyone in Jasper!
Dining in Jasper
Your vacation home in Jasper is a short distance from restaurants that have become a dining mecca for the sophisticated tastes of Atlantans. The oldest restaurant in the area is the Woodbridge Inn, which opened in 1880 and boasts a combination of Southern and European cuisine. You’ll find popular farm-to-table offerings, seafood, bistros and bakeries in downtown Jasper.
Jasper’s Georgia Marble Festival in the fall is fun for the whole family, with fine arts and crafts, music, a colorful parade, live painting demonstrations and, of course, food.
Jasper has an artist-in-residence program, and the Pickens Arts & Cultural Alliance works hard to bring theater and visual arts to the area. The Tater Patch Players have frequent shows, with free artist gatherings where you can meet local artists and buy their artwork.
Historical tours are a big draw to the area. The Old Pickens County Jail offers tours where you can see an authentic hangman’s gallows. A marble museum is housed in the Chamber of Commerce building, and visitors can tour the Georgia Marble Company quarry in nearby Tate during the annual marble festival. The Tate House is the only marble elementary school in the country and is faced with the area’s famous pink marble.
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