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The Weather in Lake Isabella
Above are the weather conditions for Lake Isabella. July is the warmest month in Lake Isabella with average maximum temperatures of 87°. However, temperatures can go lower than 32° in Lake Isabella in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
Lake Isabella vacation rentals offer the best of California's outdoors
Up in the hills of the Sierra Nevada, north of LA, Lake Isabella sits in the heart of the Californian wilderness. A Lake Isabella cabin is the perfect choice for your break, offering all of the comforts of home along with a rustic, country feel that makes it feel like a true vacation.
Casual dining options in the Californian countryside
Life in Lake Isabella is slow-paced and relaxed, just like the dining. Grab a meal or breakfast in one of the many traditional diners, or stock up on local meat and vegetables for a barbecue back at your vacation home.
Step back into the past and find out about the Gold Rush
Silver City, one of the Lake Isabella area's most unusual attractions, is a collection of historic buildings from across the Sierra Nevada area, built during the Gold Rush and preserved in a village setting. Visit during the day and walk around the buildings at your own pace, reading the information boards as you imagine life as a pioneer in the 1850s. Alternatively, visit after dark and book a guided tour with an expert to try to get to the bottom of the stories about the buildings being haunted – if you're brave enough.
Enjoy the great American outdoors on the shores of Lake Isabella
Although Lake Isabella is a manmade reservoir serving the coastal cities, there's nothing artificial about the activities on offer. On land, Sequoia National Forest adjoins Lake Isabella, with miles of walking trails among these massive trees. One of the best is the Trail of 100 Giants, leading you past some of the most impressive trees in the forest.
Back on the water, Lake Isabella is famous as a windsurfing destination so pull on the wetsuit, hire a board, and put your balancing skills to the test. Less active pursuits such as kayaking and swimming are also available.
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