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The Weather in Westminster
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. July is the warmest month in Westminster with average maximum temperatures of 91°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Westminster, with temperatures going under 37° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Explore the forest at a vacation rental in Westminster, South Carolina
On the fringes of the Chattahoochee National Forest, vacation homes in secluded Westminster, South Carolina, situate you perfectly for adventures in the wilderness. Surrounded by hundreds of miles of trails and streams, the area is full of petroglyphs and stunning wildlife to discover.
Panoramic views and ancient history
In the Chattahoochee National Forest, you can learn more about the area’s unique natural sights at one of its several interpretative areas and visitor centers. Enjoy panoramic views from the visitor center atop 4,784-foot-high Brasstown Bald. Hike to the ruins of the village of Scull Shoals on the banks of the Oconee River, where you can step back 10,000 years to the times of early Native Americans, and trace history to de Soto’s exploration in the 1540s.
Playing in the great outdoors
Children love Kid Venture in nearby Anderson, a giant outdoor playground where they can slide and hang about. Rocky River Nature Park is nearby, and the perfect place for kayaking tours followed by family picnics in the sunshine. Kids will also enjoy meeting the animals at the local farms in the region. Vacation homes in the area are surrounded by miles of hiking and cycling trails for you to explore, as well as extensive river systems where boating and fishing are the order of the day. Why not grill the day's catch as the sun sets over the water?
Parks and petroglyphs
The Chattahoochee National Forest offers the finest outdoor recreation in the area. Explore its 267,000 acres and thousands of miles of streams. There are 850 miles of recreation trails, plus enough camp and picnic grounds to keep you coming back again and again to this tranquil corner of the world. Plan ahead and download one of the park's apps to guide you as you explore. Don't miss the Track Rock Gap Archaeological Area, where ancient peoples carved stories into the rocks.
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