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The Weather in Kamas
Find the Kamas climate diagram. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The wettest month is December with 18 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 3 rainy days in June, which is the driest month.
Outdoor adventures in a cozy Kamas vacation home
Peaceful Kamas offers a quiet retreat in the midst of Utah's scenic natural beauty. Vacation homes in the area are perfect for carving out family time for relaxation or for exploring the town's outdoor activities and neighboring attractions.
Dining out in Kamas: Eat like a local
Small town Kamas is home to a handful of local diners. Experiencing a city's food is a great way to get an authentic experience and meet some locals.
Local diners are the most popular eateries in town, and some local favorites include Mirror Lake Diner, Gateway Grille, and Hi-Mountain Drug, a busy little burger joint that still makes classic, old fashioned milkshakes. There are also Mexican restaurants and pizza for travelers who tire of classic American fare.
Family-friendly Kamas: Learn to fish or snowmobile
Families who enjoy the great outdoors will feel at home in Kamas, and the kids will have plenty to keep them occupied. Just a short drive from your Kamas vacation home, families can check out Provo River Falls. Scenic beauty paired with restroom facilities make this a great picnic spot.
Fishing is popular in the area, and kids who have never tried their hand will love learning something new. In the winter, older children and adults will have a blast renting snowmobiles and exploring the area.
Excursions from Kamas: Park City and Heber Valley
Kamas is sometimes considered the gateway to the Uinta mountain range, but it is also centrally located near several large cities worth visiting. Visitors can plan their trip to Kamas during the Sundance Film Festival, and make a visit to Park City and the internationally famous festival part of their itinerary.
The city also hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics, leaving behind the Olympic Legacy Park for visitors. Nearby Heber Valley is another popular destination, and the upscale area boasts top-notch skiing in the winter and world-class golf in summer.
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