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The Weather in Montague
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Montague, with temperatures going under 19° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Montague vacation rentals for White Lake vacation
Montague vacation rentals range from spacious vacation homes on the shores of the Lake Michigan, to compact cottages with cozy ambiance. In addition to the beauty of Lake Michigan and White Lake, visitors can also enjoy the art, culture, and history in the city.
If you have a sweet tooth, Beth I’s Pies is a must. Here, you can find plenty of tantalizing options, from fresh pies to their signature carrot cake.
Another option for those who like to cook with locally grown fruits and vegetables is the farmer's market. If you are visiting between June and October, make sure to plan a trip to the Mantague Farmer’s Market, where you can buy a variety of local produce.
Art in the lap of nature
For people with an artistic bent and love of scenic destinations, the ACWL Nuveen Center offers a chance to discover and even make your own art on the shores of the lake. You can also check out the "art walk", part of which runs along White Lake, to enjoy a wonderful outdoor experience.
Housed in a former church, the Montague Museum features a remarkable collection of historical objects that visitors of all ages can appreciate - from old cameras and toys to rotary phones and much more.
Experience the outdoors
Montague offers plenty of hiking trails, the most famous of which is the 22-mile Hart Montague Bicycle Trail Park. Along a former railroad track, this paved bicycle trail winds through forests, past fields, meadows and small towns. There are several little farm stands and cafés to stop at along the way.
You can also enjoy a fun day at scenic Medbery Park, located on the shores of the Lake Michigan. For more beach relaxation, look no further than Meinert Park. This beach is a favorite among locals for swimming, picnicking and watching the sunset after a beautiful day at the lake.
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