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Town of Paradise

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Paradise Welcome Sign - on the Skyway greets visitors entering the Town of Paradise.
Paradise Town Hall - on the Skyway, scene of lively Town Council meetings.
Bille Park - Historic park where indian artifacts and dwelling caves were discovered; picnic and play areas, hiking trail to canyon overlook. More Bille Park pictures:   View 1 and View 2.
Paradise Police Department - A picturesque building on Black Olive. Another view of the station. Around the corner is the Paradise Fire Station One.
Llamas in Paradise - missed by many visitors. The llamas may be seen along Wayland Road, off Neal Road.
Gold Nugget Museum - indoor and outdoor exhibits a general store, replica of a gold mine, one-room schoolhouse, and much more depicting the history of Paradise and the Ridge. View photos of museum grounds.
Theatre on the Ridge - presents live stage performances year-round. See OnTheRidge Entertainment page for TOTR information.
Aquatic Park - great place to relax, stroll around the pond, feed the ducks, or picnic. Public swimming pool adjacent. More views of Aquatic Park:   Park 1, Park 2, and Park 3.
Paradise Ridge Senior Center - adjacent to the Paradise Arts Performing Center, provides luncheons, a variety of daily activities, and special functions for Ridge seniors. Closer view of center.
Paradise Public Library - on the site of the First Congregational Church of Paradise, destroyed by fire in 1909. Picture of the Church Bell unearthed during construction of the library.
Feather River Hospital - The Ridge's full-service community hospital on Pentz Road. Beautiful, park-like grounds. The hospital grounds and Emergency Room.
Sporthaven Health Club - on Pentz Road provides all the best in fitness and exercise facilities for Ridge residents.
Paradise Airport - on lower Clark Road. Skydiving enthusiasts find the ridge a sight to see from above.


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