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Best Times to Visit Jacksonville

The best times to visit Jacksonville are from March to May and September to November. These shoulder seasons see pleasant weather, as well as fewer tourists and lower prices than the summer months. June through August is peak travel season in northeast Florida, with hot temperatures and plenty of sunshine drawing beach bums in droves. Winter, on the other hand, can see average temperatures drop into the 40s, driving visitors away and prices way down. If you're looking for a deal, then plan on a cold-weather visit to Jacksonville.

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Primo beach weather may not be a guarantee if you visit the Jacksonville area during this season. Daily temperatures can range from the balmy 80s to the chilly 50s, depending on the month. But springtime in Jacksonville can yield great savings if you're willing to risk cooler weather. The summertime crowds have yet to arrive, so hotel rates are still low. However, if you're planning a mid-May visit, make hotel reservations well in advance — especially if you plan on being in Ponte Vedra Beach for the golf championships.

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Summertime brings the majority of Jacksonville's visitors, who come in search of space on the sands along the Jacksonville Beaches and Amelia Island. The area sees temperatures frequently climb into the low 90s, although high humidity levels often make it feel even warmer. You won't be the only one searching for a spot on the beach. Make sure you book your hotel at least a month in advance to ensure availability, especially if you're heading to the shore.

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Like spring, fall makes a great time to experience Jacksonville and its beaches without the stress of summertime crowds and prices. Temperatures hover in the 70s and 80s, and the air doesn't feel quite as balmy during these months. At night, it can feel pretty cool, with temps dropping into the 50s and 60s, so be sure to plan accordingly and pack a few layers.

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Don't expect warm weather during a Jacksonville winter; high temperatures during this season tend to hover in the mid-60s. Not exactly beach weather, but this time of year yields low flight and hotel rates, and you can spend your time enjoying the area's museums and historic attractions.

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