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The Weather in Spring Hill
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 91° However, temperatures can go lower than 46° in Spring Hill in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Spring Hill vacation homes offer blissful beaches and wine trails
Under an hour from Tampa, Florida lies your vacation home in Spring Hill. You are perfectly situated on the state's west coast, close to the idyllic Chassahowitzka Nature Reserve. With perfect beaches on your doorstep, and Tampa turning up the heat with its cultural buzz and gourmet restaurants, you won't want your Spring Hill getaway to end.
World class wine
Wine courses through the state of Florida like its lifeblood. The famous sunshine that attracts so many to its resplendent beaches and sizzling cities beats down on the luscious vineyards. Come sample some of these world-famous wines at the many wineries scattered along the west coast. Tampa is too enthusiastic about wine to have just one festival; instead, they happen throughout the year. You don't have to wait to try the delicious local vintages, though - sometimes it's nicer to relax with your own winery tour.
Sealife and artwork
The Florida Aquarium has its own replica swamp, where you can wander among herons and ibises lurking in the mangroves. Swim with the sharks, or take a catamaran tour of Tampa Bay's marine life.
Meanwhile, the Tampa Museum of Art houses a vast collection of antiquities, and its contemporary art collection includes work by Robert Rauschenberg, Louise Bourgeois and Chuck Close, to name a few. There's something for everyone.
Florida fun in the sun
Florida's beaches aren't just beloved of Americans: people travel from the world over for these perfect stretches of fine, warm sand, lapped by azure water. Relax on the shore, or get involved in every water sport under the sun (literally). Diving off the shore is particularly rewarding, and you might just spot a strange-looking lionfish, or a whale out in the distance. Whether you go fishing as a family and barbecue on the beach, or have a jet ski race, you will be spoiled with plenty of beachside activities to keep you entertained.
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