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The weather in Old Lyme
Check out the climate diagram for Old Lyme. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 24° in January. February is the wettest month.
A vacation home in Old Lymeis perfect for a family vacation.
Your elegant vacation home in Old Lyme, Connecticut lies at the estuary of the Connecticut River near beaches, wildlife preserves and fascinating cultural attractions. Travel back in time at the state's oldest timber house, admire works of American Impressionism and recover your serenity at the beach.
The Florence Griswald Museum is a stately building and gardens, housing an impressive collection of American Impressionism that was once privately owned by Florence Griswald. A National Historic Landmark, the house itself is stunning and enjoys scenic views of the Lieutenant River. There is also a charming cafe.
Fort Saybrook Monument Park stretches for seventeen acres with stunning views of the Connecticut River and boardwalks that are ideal for bird watching. Signs scattered throughout the park tell the gripping story of the Saybrook Colony which was founded way back in 1635.
Beachside bliss and secret coves
Soundview Beach is idyllic throughout the year. It is a superb place for walks in winter and an adventure playground for kids in summer. Soft sand makes Soundview ideal for volleyball as well as paddling about in the water.
Thomas Lee House fascinates children letting them imagine what life was like between 1700 and 1800 in this historic house, one of the oldest in the state.
There is more water fun to be had with boating trips to explore the nearby North, Lord and South Coves. Filled with sealife and far quieter than the other beaches due to limited access, kids are thrilled at discovering these secret enclaves.
Back to nature in Old Lyme
There are several willdlife preserves and parks to visit near your vacation home. At Ragged Rock Creek Wildlife Area you will be amazed by the bird and wildlife visible from the walkways. Come for a picnic and play in the lake or hike through Canfield Woods. Explore the expansive, verdant meadows and spot foxes, possum and white tailed deer.
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