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The Weather in Morehead City
Above are the weather conditions for Morehead City. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Morehead City, with temperatures going under 39° The rainiest month is August while the driest month is March.
Unwind and relax in a Morehead city vacation home
Nestled along the Crystal Coast, Morehead City is a charming town with exciting activities waiting to be discovered. From thrilling adventures in offbeat destinations to delicious local eats, you are guaranteed a both relaxed and entertaining vacation. With a Morehead City NC vacation rental, you're on your way to your next dream getaway.
Tickle your tummy with gastronomic delights
Local restaurants in the city have it all covered with a wide variety of dining choices to satisfy your appetite. Explore Arendell Street, and you will find a number of local and chain restaurants such as Circa 81 and El's Drive-Inn. From multi-course meals to quick eats, enjoy Morehead City's award-winning coastal flavors.
Visit the Somerset Cellars for a taste of a wide variety of wines from different vineyards across the world. If you're a fan of craft beer, the Tight Lines Pubs is perfect to get your local handcrafted brew. Stroll along the downtown area for a handful of local bars and pubs Raps Grill and Bar, Ioanni's Grill and Arendell Room as you enjoy the rest of the happy hour with your friends or loved ones.
Experience small-town entertainment and beach fun
Adore the vast aquarium with a variety of fish species from different North Carolina habitats at North Carolina Aquarium in Pine Knoll Shores, a cozy and pretty barrier island town, also known for its beaches and maritime forest.
On a fine day, take a road trip and revel in scenic landscapes at Outer Banks Scenic Byway. If you're an antique and vintage lover, you can shop at local boutiques such as the Seaport Antique Market and The Blue Gardenia.
Head across the water to Atlantic Beach for a look into the past at Fort Macon State Park where you can visit the historic Fort Macon from the Civil War-era. And, of course – miles of sandy beaches.
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