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Rent a vacation accommodation in Seneca: from $60 per night
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The weather in Seneca
The above is a climate diagram for Seneca. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 37° in January. It may rain 16 days in August while it typically rains only 8 days in September.
Stay by pristine Lake Keowee with a Seneca vacation home
Close to the Chattahoochee National Forest, Seneca is a South Carolina gem. When you choose your ideal vacation rental in this vibrant city, you'll discover fascinating cultural attractions, and sublime nature, so that you can enjoy an unforgettable time away.
Get to know Seneca
Absorb local history at the Lunney Museum, a historic Queen Anne style house that is on the National Register of Historic Places. The interior is filled with antique art pieces, from original chandeliers to delicate windows, and traditional English-made fireplace tiles.
The Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum is another local highlight, taking a fascinating look at the complex story of African Americans in the area. Well-curated exhibitions and regular events make this a genuine Seneca treasure.
Art and adventure playgrounds
One of the best things about choosing a vacation home in Seneca is that you'll be able to enjoy beautiful Lake Keowee. Head to Lake Keowee Marina to rent a boat for a family excursion on the water. Alternatively, Water Sports Central are based in Seneca and offer boat rentals, as well as wakeboard lessons for older children.
Take the kids to Elijah Mountain Gem Mine in Hendersonville, North Carolina, where they can strike gold and learn about geology. Walhalla Art Works is a fantastic art workshop center where they can learn an array of arts and crafts skills, and is reachable in around 15 minutes.
Anderson and Chattahoochee
About 45 minutes away, Anderson's County Museum is a great place for a day trip. With interactive exhibits, it offers further insight into the state's heritage. Rocky River Nature and Carolina Wren Parks are also in Anderson, and provide tranquil retreats for hiking and wildlife spotting.
Chattahoochee Forest, meanwhile, lies just across the border in Georgia, and is another superb choice for a day trip. Discover hidden waterfalls and dramatic views, as you explore the vast terrain on foot, by bike, or by horseback.
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