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The weather in Spencer
Above are the weather conditions for Spencer. July is the warmest month in Spencer with average maximum temperatures of 87°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 23°.
Consider escaping to rustic Spencer for a getaway in a vacation home
Spencer embodies the notion of escaping to a rustic mountain setting, where waterfalls, a historic downtown, shopping, dining, and outdoor adventures are the main attractions. Families and nature lovers will savor a visit here, renting a Victorian home or mountain cabin, so consider Spencer for your next vacation home retreat.
Food and drink
Sample local cuisine at Skip’s Restaurant & Market, whose menu features burgers, hot wings and a catfish dinner. Everyone in the family can find something at the Inn at Fall Creek Falls State Park, where meals are served buffet-style. Those with a sweet tooth can indulge in homemade fudge at the Southern Sweets bakery.
After dark, relax with a beer, wine or cocktail at Annie’s Patch Pub, where the nightlife comes alive in Spencer.
Fun with the kids
You willl find plenty of family fun at Baker Mountain Farm, where the seasonal highlight is picking your own apples from the orchard. The farm offers many family activities, including an interactive petting zoo, fall hay rides, zip lining, and a challenging hay maze. During the spring, families can welcome the baby farm animals or go on an Easter egg hunt.
The mountain streams and rugged terrain of Fall Creek Falls State Park are the true gems of the Spencer area, with dozens of waterfalls, including the 95-foot high Piney Creek Falls. Enjoy the park’s sights on foot, bike or horseback. The more adventurous can glide across the forest on a zip line or tackle the treetop obstacle course.
Rock Island State Park is another stunning destination. Along a rocky river gorge, the rugged landscape and spectacular falls up to 80 feet are certain to impress outdoor enthusiasts. You can "rock hop" along the limestone formations or swim at a designated beach.
There is also a golf course adjacent to the state park, so do not forget your golf clubs.
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