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The Weather in Scottsboro
The above is a climate diagram for Scottsboro. In June maximum temperatures go higher than 87°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 32° low. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is November.
Explore splendid Scottsboro with a vacation home
Home to the world-famous Unclaimed Baggage Center thrift store, Scottsboro has plenty more in store for travelers. A vibrant community, arts, architecture and fun recreational activities are part of the Scottsboro experience. Choose from vacation homes, vacation apartments and waterfront rental properties in which to spend your vacation.
History, art and culture
Visit the Unclaimed Baggage Center, a retail store which resells lost or unclaimed airline luggage at juicy discounts. Next is the freight depot on the old Memphis and Charleston Railroad, Scottboro's oldest standing structure, which is presently a museum.
The Scottsboro Jackson Heritage Center is a cultural and historic museum which takes visitors through time to over 12,000 years ago, when the region was inhabited by Native Americans. The center hosts traveling exhibitions, festivals and community events. And finally, the Scottsboro Boys Museum traces the Civil Rights Movement through artefacts and historic documents.
The oldest trade day in America is held in Scottsboro. First Monday Weekend witnesses locals coming out in full force, selling their homemade wares and antiques. Don't leave without savoring a classic malt at Payne's Soda Shop on Courthouse Square - the shop has been around since 1869!
Activities with kids
Families with kids can enjoy a day out at Scottsboro Municipal Park and Jackson County Park, both of which are located on Dry Creek. The parks are equipped with boat launches, walking trails, fishing docks, camping and swimming options, making for a fantastic family getaway.
Located in downtown Scottsboro, the heavily-wooded Caldwell Park offers visitors facilities such as picnic tables, playgrounds and trails. The arts and crafts festival Art Sunday is held here each April.
Drive down to the Tennessee River's Lake Guntersville Reservoir for some serious bass fishing. Swing that tee at the Goose Pond Colony golf course, which overlooks the Tennessee River. Jackson County is also home to over 1,500 charted caves just waiting to be explored.
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