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Peak Season-Off Season dates

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Peak Season-Off Season dates

Quick question, when are peak season months? And which months are considered off-season

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1. Re: Peak Season-Off Season dates

Peak season is generally from Christmas through mid-April. Low season is June through November, with several holidays and festivals here and there raising rates to high season rates. The summer months tend to be the cheapest time to visit.

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2. Re: Peak Season-Off Season dates

Thanks, we were there last April and the girl I work with is leaving next Saturday for KW and we were discussing when rates changed. Been a year since we have been there and I am missing it. But it will be at least another year or so.

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3. Re: Peak Season-Off Season dates

Easy way to tell is to look at hotels rates... They all have 2 or 3 sets so you'll know when it's busy. Angelina Guest House is good for that.

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4. Re: Peak Season-Off Season dates

www.happydayskeywest.com

This is a good site with different rates. Some places may have different rates for what they consider "shoulder seasons".

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