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The Weather in Redding
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Redding with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 100°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 37°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Enjoy an outdoor escape with a Redding vacation rental
Located in one of the most scenic areas of California, Redding serves as a gateway to adventure among spectacular mountains and beautiful waterways. Vacation rental choices are numerous, from comfortable townhouses to rustic mountain cabin rentals. Each provides access to exceptional kayaking, hiking, biking, and fishing. However, outdoor adventures are just the beginning – you can also wander botanical gardens or an art center, play at the casino, or visit a brewery.
Foods for every taste
Redding restaurants cover a wide spectrum of foods, from Thai to steakhouses, offering something for every taste. For a delicious dinner experience, sample crispy duck or tortilla shrimp at Clearie's Restaurant, or try Moonstone Bistro’s Alaskan salmon or filet mignon. If you’re in the mood for creative European cuisine, visit Café Paradisio. Those craving Asian food can find exceptional offerings at Peter Chu's Skyroom.
Redding's art and history
The community of Redding is alive with art and history. Theater lovers will enjoy a play at the Riverfront Playhouse. View a wide range of exhibits, from paintings to photography, at the Old City Hall Arts Center. Catch a concert, comedy show, or musical at the Redding Civic Auditorium, or watch the North State Symphony at the Cascade Theatre. If you enjoy history, visit the Shasta Historical Society to learn about Redding's past. Don’t miss the Sundial Bridge, a unique architectural wonder.
Unlimited outdoor adventures
With mountains, water, and countless trails, Redding is renowned for its opportunities for outdoor adventure. Kayak the Sacramento River or visit Whiskeytown Lake for fishing, swimming, and paddling opportunities. Fish for trout or salmon, bike mountain trails, explore caves or enjoy the splendor of scenic waterfalls. If man-made fun is more to your liking, visit WaterWorks Park, McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, or Win-River Casino. Sports lovers will enjoy a round of golf or a visit to the shooting range.
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