Sequoia National Park
Be amazed by the largest tree in the world
See Real Giants

Visalia’s mild climate means outdoor activities and lively festivals all year long!

November-February: In the winter, Visalia’s chilly morning air is tempered by beautiful sunny afternoons! Pack long pants and bring a coat if you plan to be outside in the mornings. If you’re heading to the Sequoias, layering is key. Snow is likely, so heavy socks, coats, gloves and boots are recommended.

March-May: Days are refreshing and comfortable. Pack for temperatures in the 70s and 80s. This time of year, you may want an umbrella, too!  

June-August: Summers are hot in Visalia! Be sure to bring shorts, light t-shirts, swimsuits and sandals. There is rarely any humidity, but visitors from different climates will be amazed how hot 90-110 degrees feels. Pack extra water and plan on being inside as much as possible during your trip. These months are perfect for a trek to the Sequoias; with a light jacket and tennis shoes, you’ll be good to go!

September-October: Expect perfect fall weather! You’ll see the leaves change and the crisp morning temperatures give folks a little extra spring in their step. Pack a warmer jacket for the mornings and evenings, but you won’t need it during the day.

Click here for an up-to-date forecast from weather.com.

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