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The Weather in Saint Helena
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. September is the warmest month of the year in Saint Helena with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 84°. However, temperatures can go lower than 35° in Saint Helena in January. The rainiest month is September while the driest month is September.
Discover wine and valleys with a St. Helena vacation rental
St. Helena, California is popular for its rich history in wine making, making it a great destination for wine and nature lovers. Sleep among vineyards with a log cabin that is spacious and tastefully furnished, or let your family enjoy the comfort of a 3-or 4-bedroom house featuring a large kitchen, wine storage, outdoor patio, and views o the vineyards. Whether you want a country rental or downtown option, St. Helena has an array of choices for just about any traveler.
Sample the local eats
Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch is a local favorite, serving organic New American fare in a renovated barn, or you can enjoy hearty Italian fare at Pizzeria Tra Vigne, which is famous for its Positano pizza and casual dining. Drop in to Cindy's Backstreet Kitchen, a local restaurant owned by the nationally renowned chef Cindy Pawlcyn, and enjoy the generous helpings of seasonal Californian fare.
Art, culture & tours
HALL Wines is the first stop for most wine lovers who visit St. Helena, as it offers tours, local wine history, and wine tastings. Visit Nimbus Arts and enjoy the company of other art enthusiasts in classes offered by professional artists. Or discover the rich history of Robert Louis Stevenson, a Scottish novelist, travel writer, and poet, with a visit to the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum.
Feel the outdoor magic
Take a drive around Napa Valley to experience its hundreds of vineyards set amid rolling hills in California's wine country, and enjoy the view while sipping wine at a local winery.
Join the locals at Crane Park if you love playing tennis, volleyball, baseball and bocce ball, or reserve a spot for a group picnic with your family at the park. If you want a great peaceful park to relax or read a book, Lyman Park is a local favorite and also features picnic areas.
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