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The Weather in Dunedin
Here is our climate diagram for Dunedin. In August, maximum temperatures climb above 33°. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 12° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is November.
Enjoy country living and seaside fun from your accommodation in Dunedin, Florida
Dunedin derives its name from the Scottish Gaelic version of the name Edinburgh, but this sunny Florida destination is worlds away from its northern namesake. Dunedin offers numerous holiday accommodation options easily tailored to your specific requirements, from townhouses and villas to beachside condos and apartments. Known for its beautiful coastline, Dunedin is an ideal destination for a family beach getaway.
Art and culture in Dunedin
Art and culture are integrated into the daily life of Dunedin. Visit the Clay and Paper Gallery of Art to view pottery, cast paper wall reliefs, and various other artwork. The Dunedin Fine Art Centre offers a unique, comprehensive visual arts programme. It includes workshops, exhibitions, studio classes, and more. Winter and spring sessions and presentations by well-known local artists make this a great local cultural resource.
Regular events in Dunedin
Held in February, Dunedin’s Mardi Gras celebration attracts close to 30,000 people annually. The colorful and lively parade starts at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium and goes all the way to Skinner Boulevard.
Dunedin also celebrates its Scottish roots every year in April, during the Dunedin Scottish Highland Games. Participants take part in competitions like Dunedin stone throwing and sheepdog herding, among other recreated Scottish traditions.
Important sights in Dunedin
Honeymoon Island State Park
Located on Honeymoon Island, this 385 acre park can be used for swimming, picnicking, snorkeling, and fishing. Open every day throughout the year, visitors can enjoy its many nature trails, bird watching zones, and seashell hunting along the shore.
Caladesi Island State Park
This island, adjacent to Honeymoon Island, is unique as it is among the few entirely natural islands along the Gulf Coast of Florida. Immerse yourself in a day of swimming and sunbathing on Caladesi's world-renowned beaches. Picnic pavilions are also available for easy outdoor family dining.
Florida Auto Exchange Stadium
This baseball field was constructed in 1990 and is home to the Toronto Blue Jays during their spring training, as well as other baseball teams. With a seating capacity of 5,509, "Sports Illustrated" has ranked the stadium among its top five for watching a Major League baseball team game during spring training.
The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail is quite popular with outdoors enthusiasts, as this rail trail stretches from Tarpon Springs to St. Petersburg. Visitors can utilize a total of 38.2mi for cycling, inline skating, jogging, and walking.
Edgewater Park, at 51 Main Street on Dunedin Marina, is a waterfront property that stretches across four acres. The park offers a playground for children, a beautiful gazebo for holding private events, and facilities for picnic lovers.
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