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The Weather in Two Harbors
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. July is the warmest month in Two Harbors with average maximum temperatures of 78°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 5° in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is July.
Escape to a vacation home on Lake Superior's shores in Two Harbors
You'll want to return to a homey Two Harbors cabin year after year as you create your own new traditions in the luscious "Land of 10,000 Lakes," Minnesota. Find your favorite parks and historical sites in this friendly, naturally beautiful northern wonderland.
Early settlers remembered
Near Agate Bay Beach, you'll find the Breakwater and Lighthouse, historical structures that symbolize the town's past. The red brick lighthouse, from 1892, can be seen from the concrete breakwater, which takes you further from the shoreline for views of the whole area.
Gain more knowledge about local history at the D&IR Railroad Depot Museum. Housed in a former train depot from 1907, it illustrates the center of action in Two Harbors at the turn of the last century. Find out how sawmills and iron mines used the railroad.
Kids in nature
Hartley Nature Center in nearby Duluth keeps kids entertained, with woodland animals and exciting activities in the great outdoors. Its unique excursions include Owl and Fall Foliage Hikes, fishing, beaver searches, and birdwatching.
Also in Duluth, the acclaimed Great Lakes Aquarium offers a special peek below the surface of Lake Superior and other Great Lakes. Children love watching playful otters romp, different-colored trout swim past, and massive sturgeons flap their fins. Sharks and eels live here too!
At Agate Bay Beach, you may find agate stones on the rocky shore or beneath the clear water that rolls in off Lake Superior. Watch the action of ships and barges passing by, and dip your toes in if you don't mind cold temperatures.
Gooseberry Falls State Park offers hikers a look at the changing northern seasons. Springtime brings woodland flowers peeking up through mud, while summer means cooling your feet on wet boulders. Fall leaf colors are brilliantly bright, and in wintertime, Gooseberry Falls dons an ice coat.
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