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The Weather in Lillian
Above are the weather conditions for Lillian. July is the warmest month of the year in Lillian with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 89°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 44°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is October.
Soak up the Alabama sunshine with a Lillian vacation home
A stone's throw from the Gulf Coast and the Florida border, Lillian, Alabama, gives you access to history and culture, along with stylish architecture and perfect beaches. The whole family will adore leisure time in Lillian, which features comfortable rental properties to suit all tastes.
History and aviation
Don't miss the US Navel Air Station in nearby Penascola, home to the Blue Angels flying team, as well as the National Museum of Naval Aviation. Kids of all ages will be thrilled by taking simulated flights and discovering the array of paraphernalia across the seven story glass and steel gallery. There are also weekly displays, in which the Navy's pilots perform dazzling stunts.
The sixteenth-century Spanish Fort Barranacas is also located in Penascola, containing an informative museum and trails around the site. Discover an array of curious historical artifacts and a children's interactive science center at the TT Wentworth Jr. Museum. Meanwhile, head to the Appleyard Storytelling Cottage to hear yarns unravelled by Pensacola's premier storyteller.
Soft sand, warm waters and endless water sports make Paradise Beach the answer to all children's prayers. Why not take the opportunity to have a jet ski race across the waves, try waterskiing or tubing? Grab a snorkel and explore the vibrant undersea world of Perdido Bay, or just chill out and enjoy unforgettable family time in the sun?
Birding and beach preserves
Wander the shoreline of Perdido Bay at Tarkiln Bayou Preserve State Park, where the beach glitters and dolphins are often spotted, playing offshore. This stunning beach is best enjoyed ice cream in hand, followed by swimming and games of beach volleyball.
Alternatively, why not follow Colloe Bayou Marcus Birding Trail, which wends through stunning landscapes, where can you spot rare species in their native habitats. Besides the birds, you may glimpse alligators, gopher tortoises and brown pelicans, as well as whitetops and parrot pitcher plants.
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