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The Weather in Shaver Lake
Above are the weather conditions for Shaver Lake. July is the warmest month of the year in Shaver Lake with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 100°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 39° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
Enjoy a natural playground with a Shaver Lake cabin rental
Whether your vacation plans include boating, fishing, hiking, mountain biking or rock climbing, a Shaver Lake vacation rental provides you with the creature comforts you need to rest and relax after a full day. Shaver Lake accommodation options include luxury homes with panoramic views, rustic-style cabins in the woods, mountainside condominiums, lakeside cottages and riverfront bungalows.
Dining in Shaver Lake
Nestled in the mountains, the popular casual dining spot, Trading Post Dinner House, serves steaks, rack of lamb, halibut, calamari, lemon-pepper chicken, and other tempting dishes.
For dine-in or carry-out pizza, Shaver Lake Pizza features made-to-order and specialty pizzas, calzones, hot sandwiches, meatball marinara, pesto-marinated veggies, and salads.
Shaver Lake Pub n Grub features a full bar and big-screen TVs. The child-friendly restaurant serves salad and soup combos, fish-and-chips, chicken strips, Angus beef burgers, and hot and cold sandwiches.
Bring the kids
Take a trip back in time at the Central Sierra Historical Society's Museum. The museum features a preserved Pine Logging Camp, a horse-drawn carriage and a 1912 caboose from the SJ&E Railroad.
Go treasure-hunting with Geocaching. The Shaver Lake area has caught on to this hot trend, which requires a GPS-enabled device that gives coordinates for finding hidden treasures.
On summer weekends, take a scenic chairlift ride at the nearby China Peak Mountain Resort, which overlooks Huntington Lake, and then gently hike down from the top of Chinese Peak.
Explore Lake Shaver
For hikers, there are more than 35 miles of general-purpose trails for hiking, including the Ansel Adams Wilderness Trail and the Dinkey Lakes Wilderness Trail.
Rent a kayak, canoe, pontoon boat, speed boat or fishing boat at Shaver Lake Marina and explore the lake. The marina also rents jet skis and stand-up paddle boards.
Explore the Shaver Lake area on horseback via Shaver Stable. The stable offers one- and two-hour guided tours around the shores of Shaver Lake from late May through September.
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