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The Weather near Lake Allatoona
This is the climate diagram near Lake Allatoona. July is the warmest month near Lake Allatoona with average maximum temperatures of 87°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Get back to nature at a vacation rental at Lake Allatoona
A vacation to Lake Allatoona is the perfect way to get back to nature. Lake Allatoona cabins are often set in the privacy of the woods, in one of the area’s parks. With 12,000 acres of water and 270 miles of shoreline to enjoy, there’s plenty of opportunity for water-based adventure.
Lakeside dining and traditional fare on Lake Allatoona
At the end of a fun day, it’s easy to find the perfect restaurant on Lake Allatoona. You’ll find several restaurants with views of the shoreline and excellent menu options, so you won’t go hungry. With dishes such as grilled steak, potted shrimp, crab legs, and nachos, you’re in for a treat when you spend your vacation at a Lake Allatoona cabin rental. Look forward to fantastic fish and seafood dishes, as well as regional food like fried chicken and cornbread, locally grown peaches, pecans and peanuts, and barbecued pork and grits.
Lake Allatoona with the kids: Japanese gardens and wildlife walks
Treat your kids to an unforgettable nature experience at Lake Allatoona. There are enough swimming, boating, and hiking options to keep the most energetic kids entertained. Home to bears, deer, wild turkeys, waterfowl, and small game, Allatoona Wildlife Management Area offers a wealth of excellent photo opportunities, and Gibbs Garden, with its Japanese gardens and flowered areas, is the perfect place for the family to unwind.
Rent a boat and take the kids out fishing, or head to one of the attractions in nearby Cartersville. The Booth Western Art Museum has a great selection of exhibits, while the Tellus Science Museum offers interactive fun for the whole family.
Lake Allatoona's history and hiking trails
Just 40 minutes outside Atlanta, Lake Allatoona makes for a refreshing escape from the fast pace of city life. Rent a boat or jet skis from one of the area's marinas, hike along the picturesque trails that surround the lake, or enjoy a scenic picnic. Red Top Mountain State Park, once an important battlefield, is now a place of peaceful recreation, with all sorts of swimming and boating opportunities and stunning hiking trails.
Steeped in history, Lake Allatoona is the perfect place to learn about the Civil War and Native American history. Visit the Corps of Engineers Visitor Centre to brush up on local heritage. You’ll find information on the area during the Civil War, a multimedia presentation on Lake Allatoona, and information about the United States Army Corps of Engineers, which traces its roots back to the Revolutionary War. If that’s not enough history, there's a host of museums in nearby Cartersville.
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