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The Weather in Minocqua
This is the climate diagram in Minocqua. July is the warmest month in Minocqua with average maximum temperatures of 78°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Get lost in lush Wisconsin lake country at a vacation home in Minocqua
Set in the middle of Lake Minocqua, the town of Minocqua is as pretty as a picture, and offers every ingredient for a relaxing yet fun Northwoods getaway. Stay in your own private cabin hidden in the trees, a dainty cottage overlooking the water, or a simple trailer for a more rustic feel.
Quench your thirst, fill your belly
If you grab a deck chair at the Thirsty Whale during happy hour you may just end up staying the whole night! Sip on their selection of on-tap brews from Wisconsin-based Door County Brewing Company and New Glarus Brewing, among others, while sitting by the waterfront.
Supper clubs, where you can spend the whole evening enjoying a slow, hearty meal with friends, are a decades-old Midwestern favorite. Norwood Pines Supper Club's Friday fish fry will provide just that, featuring locally caught lake perch.
Though Minocqua slows down a bit in wintertime, it’s still a happening place with lots to do. Minocqua Winter Park will keep your family busy with snow tubing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snow bikes – there's no excuse to stay indoors here! Practice your triple axels and other fancy jumps on the ice skating rink at the same park, or inside the Lakeland Hawks Ice Arena, if the weather gets a bit too wintry for comfort.
Lake Minocqua surrounds the nearly-an-island town, so you'll come across plenty of great vantage points where you can soak in lake panoramas. Head to Torpy Park for a sure bet, and enjoy their lifeguarded, sandy, public beach, new playground, and picnic tables with a view.
Much to the delight of hikers and bikers, the 18-mile Bearskin Trail, in a former railroad bed, begins in Minocqua and later connects to the Hiawatha Trail if you’d like to explore further. Combine touring the area lakes with some fresh air and exercise!
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