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The Weather in Kitchener
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month in Kitchener, with average daily maximum temperatures of 27°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Kitchener, with temperatures falling below -11°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is July.
Holiday lettings in Kitchener proffer a cornucopia of culture
In the vast rolling arable farmland of Ontario, Kitchener holiday homes sit at a cultural confluence between its German settlers, Mennonites and Native Americans. Just outside of Toronto's vibrant yet low key contemporary culture, Kitchener is altogether wilder. Endless horizons meet outdoor sports and enthralling local heritage.
A Canadian cornucopia
In summer, spears of gladioli and luscious fruits and vegetables flag you down along Ontario's roadsides. Gorge yourself on produce direct from farmers at these stalls. Fragrant Ontario peaches are delicious, and fresh corn has been a speciality here since the region's Native American inhabitation.
Pick up a blueberry pie or handmade quilt at Kitchener Market, a gigantic barn filled with local farmers' wares and lovingly produced Mennonite crafts. You can stock up on Canada's symbolic sweetener at the Maple Syrup Museum of Ontario, as well as learn about the provenance of the pancake perfecter.
Rewind time in rural Ontario
Knowledgeable actors in period dress engage you at the Joseph Schneider Haus living museum, a vestige of the region's German settlers. At this National Historic Site, you'll encounter a vibrant world of folk artists, workshops and a homestead straight out of 1850s Ontario.
Wind back the clock to 1914 at Doon Heritage Village. The 60-acre site of historic buildings, farm animals and fun activities will transport you to bucolic Kitchener life at the turn of last century.
Adventures in Canada's wilderness
Sports' fans are well served in Kitchener, where the landscape dwarfs its human inhabitants. Chicopee Ski Hill and Tube Park is a year-round active centre full of cycle trails, golf courses and pristine alpine ski runs.
Canada's distinctive conifers reflect in the mirror-like water at Huron Natural Area. A maze of trails wind through the verdant forest which erupts into colour come Autumn. Fish on the lake and see if you can hear echoing woodpecker and loon calls in the serene silence.
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