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The Weather in Lake Ariel
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 19° in January. It may rain 20 days in January while it typically rains only 11 days in August.
Stay at a Lake Ariel vacation home and explore the Pocono Mountains
The small town of Lake Ariel with its large houses with fireplaces and jacuzzi pools centers around a scenic lake. The nearby Pocono mountains add forested peaks, waterfalls and many bird species to this idyllic setting.
Outdoor activities are popular attractions, while neighboring museums offer visitors cultural activities as well. German influences and abundant sweets make dining out a fun experience.
Eat out in Lake Ariel
German settlers play an important part in Pennsylvania's history as the early colony attracted many German immigrants. This Germanic ancestry soon becomes apparent in Lake Ariel restaurants.
Visitors can try a home-cooked German meal at Der Jaeger (the hunter). Even the furniture is German here, and the menu includes classics such as German sausages, beef rolls, mashed potatoes, red cabbage and sauerkraut.
Arts & culture near Lake Ariel
The small town of Lake Ariel is near several other small towns which boast cultural activities for visitors to enjoy.
For example, in White Mills, the Dorflinger Glass Museum celebrates the beautiful glass works created by Christian Dorflinger, a 19th c. glass artist of German origin. The glassworks produced here were exported throughout the US, including to the tables of the White House in Washington.
Lake Ariel with children
Lake Ariel used to have a popular amusement park in the 19th and 20th c. But today the area is mainly beloved for its outdoor activities.
The nearby Pocono mountains have several spectacular waterfalls, such as the Bushkill and Raymondskill Falls. The area is beloved for camping and hiking in the summer, and becomes a cosy ski destination in winter.
Back down by the lakes, the Lacawac Sanctuary and the Claws 'N' Paws Wild Animal Sanctuary offer education programs and excursions that help children discover the many animal species hiding in nature. Finally, the Lake Equestrian Center shows the area from a different perspective – from horseback.
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