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The Weather in Stone Harbor
Above are the weather conditions for Stone Harbor. On average, the warmest month is July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 28°. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is May.
Retreat by the sea in your Stone Harbor vacation home
Stone Harbor occupies the southern end of the Seven Mile Beach barrier island, with nearby Avalon on the northern end. The area was developed as a vacation destination in the late 1800s, and Stone Harbor retains much of the charm of that period in its homes and shopping district.
From traditional homes to cozy cottages to multi-family mansions with patios for dining and sunbathing, the vacation rentals in Stone Harbor offer a variety to fit every budget and group size. You will enjoy every minute inside as much as your time spent by the water.
Besides charming, eclectic shops, you’ll find plenty of places to satisfy your appetite. The Stone Harbor Farmers Market offers fresh produce and meats. If you’d like to forego cooking, visit the popular Fred’s Tavern. The food and drinks are fantastic, and there is live music on the weekends. Are you craving seafood? Quahog’s Seafood Shack was featured on Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives. Make sure to end your day with a trip to Springer’s Homemade Ice Cream.
The Wetlands Institute offers indoor and outdoor activities for everyone, all year round. From crafts and nature walks to feeding animals in the aquarium, there no end to the fun.
The Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary keeps the natural environment as close as possible to how it may have been when the Lenni-Lenape Indians inhabited the region. Trails, paths and gardens filled with wildlife make this a magical place for visitors of any age.
The outdoor appeal of this beach community is obvious from just about anywhere in its 1.5 square miles. The ocean can be seen or heard from just about anywhere. Beyond the pristine beach dotted with the largest sand dunes in New Jersey, there are plenty of places to learn about the local wildlife. Residents and visitors alike enjoy bicycles as a popular mode of transportation around town.
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