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Normandale overview

Whatever your interests are, Normandale has something for you. Though there might not be many well-known attractions to visit in Normandale, you don't need to go far to find places to visit like Burning Kiln Winery and Hay Creek Conservation Area. There's plenty more to see, including sights like Turkey Point Provincial Park.

Where to stay in Normandale

Whether traveling on business or vacation, Normandale can accommodate all visitors. You can shop as many as 11 deals for Normandale accommodations on Hotels.com, some with discounts of up to 10%. We have room prices starting at 47 USD per night and here's a breakdown of hotels by star rating in Normandale as well as in the surrounding area:
  • • 7 3-star hotels from 58 USD per night
  • • 3 2-star hotels from 47 USD per night

What to see around Normandale

Here are some recommended places to see in the surrounding area:
  • • Burning Kiln Winery (2.8 mi/4.5 km from the city center)
  • • Hay Creek Conservation Area (4.5 mi/7.3 km from the city center)
  • • Wagon Wheel Produce & Corn Maze (5.3 mi/8.5 km from the city center)
  • • Wooden Bear L Winery (5.8 mi/9.4 km from the city center)
  • • Lighthouse Festival Theatre (7.3 mi/11.7 km from the city center)

When to visit Normandale

When planning your trip, you might be wondering when is the best time to visit. Here's a list of seasonal norms to help you arrange your travel schedule:

Seasonal temperature averages
  • • January-March: 45°F day, 14°F night
  • • April-June: 78°F day, 30°F night
  • • July-September: 80°F day, 47°F night
  • • October-December: 65°F day, 19°F night
Seasonal rainfall averages
  • • January-March: 0.24 inches
  • • April-June: 0.35 inches
  • • July-September: 0.35 inches
  • • October-December: 0.35 inches