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The Weather in Pinehurst
Check out the climate diagram for Pinehurst. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 91° However, temperatures can go lower than 32° in Pinehurst in January. Bring your umbrella in May, the rainiest month of the year!
Enjoy a peaceful family getaway with a Pinehurst vacation home
Pinehurst is a tranquil destination where you can embrace the charming North Carolina culture. Come together as a family, as you relax in an elegant house or airy apartment, and experience the best of the region.
Local history and a day at the races
Head to quirky Tufts Archives to dig into local history - you'll find an informative museum and extensive library stocked with records of local history. The collection of archives on golfing is particularly good, while the elegant building itself is a joy to explore.
Pinehurst Harness Track is a local cultural gem. Visit to see a traditional 'harness race', in which a horse pulls a rider in a two-wheeled cart called a 'sulky'. The atmosphere promises to be electric and you can even place bets.
Parks and picnic spots
Rassie Wicker Park is a great place for a family day in the sun. As well as tennis courts and soccer fields, you'll find well-maintained paths, picnic areas, and a fun splash pad for the kids.
Camelot Playground is a thrilling children's adventure playground in Pinehurst, with a castle theme that will stimulate kids' imaginations. Sandhills Horticultural Gardens, meanwhile, is bursting with flowers in the summer and is the ideal place to come for relaxing a family picnic.
Day trip to Fayetteville
Fayetteville can be reached in around an hour, and its exciting cultural attractions make the journey more than worthwhile. The Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex should be your first stop, housing a wide range of fascinating exhibits on everything from Native American culture to the 19th-century textiles industry.
Head over to the Airborne and Special Operations Museum to learn about American military history, from WWII to the present day. Exhibits include historic military uniforms, vehicles, and an exciting simulator ride. For more military heritage stop by Fort Bragg on your way back to Pinehurst.
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