Paradise Lake - Things to Know Before Visiting
Paradise Lake, California 95954, USA
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About Paradise Lake
A beautiful lake that covers an area of 244 acres and is surrounded by beautiful wooded land and has a shoreline of 7.5 miles. It is one of two reservoirs which stores water for the community of Paradise. Because it is water supply for the public, it is strictly regulated.The lake is open daily, except for Wednesdays, from 5 am to sunset daily for biking, hiking, walking, fishing from shore or by boat.
Attractions Near Paradise Lake
A majestic museum, which showcases the rural community of Centerville. Stroll through the Colman Museum to learn about the history of the region and its inhabitants, from the Maidu natives to those who came during the Gold Rush to the simple everyday stories of everyday Canyonites. Explore artifacts, displays, and exhibits.
A beautiful park surrounded by a redwood grove, the Counselor's Circle and group BBQ area will provide a serene setting for your special outdoor wedding and reception. It is is located at 501 Bille Road. Bille Park Expansion boasts a gazebo, pavilion and even a kitchen that can also be rented for events of up to 120 people. The features of this park blend cohesively to give any outdoor event an air of elegance among the natural setting of the Ridge.
Poe Dam is a concrete gravity diversion dam on the North Fork Feather River, about 5 miles north of Lake Oroville in Butte County, California in the United States. The dam diverts water through an 6.3-mile tunnel to the 120 megawatt Poe Powerhouse, located on the upper reaches of Lake Oroville. The powerhouse has a rated hydraulic head of 477 ft , generating about 500 million kilowatt hours annually.
This is one of the most popular scenic driving routes in the state. It's a major portion of the Feather River National Scenic Byway and serves as the lowest elevation east-west passageway through the Sierra Nevada. The canyon is the location of portions of California State Route 70 and the Feather River Route, including the Tobin Bridges.
Annie Bidwell Trail is a 3 mile popular blue singletrack trail located near Chico California.The Trail starts off with short, punchy climbs up to the rim of the canyon, and follows with a steep, rocky downhill. At the bottom, you’ll enjoy a nice meadow and several swimming opportunities, followed by more climbing and drops, making it a moderate-to-challenging trail.
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Discover More Attractions in Butte County, Where Paradise Lake Is Located
Butte County is a place of natural beauty with countless opportunities for recreation in both rural and urban environments.