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The Weather in Summit County
The above is a climate diagram for Summit County. July is the warmest month in Summit County with average maximum temperatures of 84°. However, temperatures can go lower than 21° in Summit County in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Discover the true Midwest with vacation home in Summit County, Ohio
Summit County, so-called because it's the location of the highest point on the Ohio and Erie Canal, is a great vacation destination for families and visitors who just want to get away from it all and enjoy Ohio's stunning natural scenery.
Summit County culture
Akron, the largest town in Summit County, is home to an impressive collection of modern art housed in the Akron Art Museum, while the nearby Summit Artspace hosts exhibitions and performance art events throughout the year.
The town's Blossom Music Center is home to the Cleveland Orchestra during the summer months, and visitors can enjoy world-class musical concerts during their visit.
Summit County is fun for all the family
Aside from enjoying the great outdoors, there are lots of other activities families can enjoy together. Akron Zoo is home to native species such as bears and coyotes, as well as animals not usually seen in Ohio like lions, tigers, and even penguins!
The American Toy Marble Museum used to produce a million marbles a day, and now features exhibits about the history of the toy industry in the U.S. Take a step back in time with a visit to Hale Farm, a beautifully preserved 18th-century village which features actors in costumes demonstrating traditional crafts.
Explore the great outdoors
The Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath is a great hiking route, allowing people of all ages and abilities to explore Ohio's scenery. More adventurous hikers can always head to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, home to hiking and biking routes in the summer and excellent sking during winter.
The Summit County Metro Parks are a network of open spaces, developed to help city-dwellers get their own taste of the great outdoors. Towns like Akron, Springfield, and Cuyahoga Falls all have their own Metro Park with walking routes and other outdoor activities.
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