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The Weather in Williamsburg
Above are the weather conditions for Williamsburg. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Vacation rentals in Williamsburg sit on not one but two Great Lakes
Whether you come in summer and discover the lush lakeside setting of Williamsburg, Michigan in the hot weather, or traverse its woodland when it is covered in marshmallow snow, your vacation rental is well situated in Williamsburg. Many apartments here come with a pool, sun loungers and luxury facilities, but all are close to the lakeshore. Look out over the sparkling water and relax in any season.
Arrowheads and animals at Guntzviller Museum
After strolling through the serene Sand Lakes Quiet Area, you'll be fascinated by the Guntzviller's Spirit of the Woods Museum. Stuffed animals peer out at you from the walls, and there is a huge collection of arrowheads and other Native American tools to fascinate visitors.
Butterflies and bugs
You'll be aflutter with excitement when you come visit the GT Butterfly House and Bug Zoo. From the brightly colored beauties that flash through the air in the butterfly house, to the furry and fascinating tarantulas and other creepy crawlies (safely behind glass), you can discover the alien world of insects in all its diversity and strangeness. Afterwards, take a look at the creepy-crawly souvenirs and enjoy something refreshing at the cafe.
Discover Mackinac Island
You're so close to the Straits of Mackinac that it's a natural choice to explore Mackinac Island, and the five-mile long bridge known locally as 'Big Mac'. The view from the bridge is sublime, and the best place to take in vistas of the two Great Lakes at once. Mackinac Island, between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron, was once an important port for the fur trade, and was contested many times. All transport on the island is by horse or bike, making you feel like you have traveled back in time. This is part of the charm of the island, where you can embrace a different pace of life between the Great Lakes.
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