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Vacation Rental Price Information in Lake Gaston
We rendered price information data on the above graph to give you more insights on prices in Lake Gaston. Prices rise in December and reach an average of $381 a night (12/22 - 12/29), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. Prices are more affordable in July (7/13 - 7/20).
Rental Availability Information in Lake Gaston
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Lake Gaston is in June (6/29 - 7/6). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in March (3/16 - 3/23).
The Weather in Lake Gaston
Above are the weather conditions for Lake Gaston. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 26° in Lake Gaston in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Explore it all from your Lake Gaston Vacation Home
Lake Gaston vacation rentals come in all shapes and sizes to suit your taste. They open doors to idyllic fishing creeks, roaring rapids, sites redolent with America's history, and islands populated by goats. Find it all on the doorstep of your vacation home in Lake Gaston.
Taste nature's bounty at Rosemont Winery
Rosemont Winery offers the fruits of the vine to Lake Gaston's visitors year round. It is a sophisticated and entertaining afternoon out during which you will learn about the local vintages, taste a variety of different wines, and enjoy great company. Come for the winemaker's dinner, a special culinary celebration paired with fantastic wines. The summer concert series is a firm favorite with local attendees, so look out for listings on the website.
Get thee to Goat Island
According to legend, Goat Island is the result of a farmer who owned goats who was told he could no longer keep them on his neighbor's pasture. Lacking one of his own, he began ferrying the goats to this island where they are both contained and protected. Today the little goats hop around, merrily posing for pictures.
Natural wonders and the voices of history
Enjoy days out at these multifaceted recreational rapids where it's not just about the rafting. Trails, swimming pools, and fishing areas join playgrounds and historical features to create dynamic days out for the whole family. Immerse yourself in the frothy splendor of this idyllic river as you float through verdant natural vistas.
Medoc Mountain State Park
Fishing Creek is one of the favorite spots in this serene State Park where you will find anglers and paddlers alike. It's also one of the region's cleanest rivers flowing for two and a half miles down Medoc Mountain. Explore ten miles of bridle paths on horseback, or go on guided hikes with rangers who draw your attention to natural wonders.
Halifax State Historic Site
Another great guided tour is to be found in the historic city of Halifax where 17th century vestiges await you. Explore a 1760 merchant's home, the house and office of an attorney, a 1838 Jail, and the 1790 Eagle Tavern and Tap Room, plus a surprising archaeological exhibit.
Sylvan Heights Bird Park
Visitors flock to this conservation center for California's birdlife where you can participate in events from science talks to vacation celebrations, learn about wildlife through educational camps and field trips in nature, and check out the chicks hatching in the incubator.
Tillery History House
Step back in time when you enter Tillery on former plantation land. After the Civil War, and 60 years after the Emancipation Proclamation, President Roosevelt initiated a New Deal Resettlement Program that let former slave families purchase land. Explore this fascinating history through photographs and aural and visual exhibits.
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