From visiting the Gold Nugget Museum, browsing thru interesting gift and antique shops, enjoying parks and nature, participating in reereation activities to researching family history at pioneer cemeteries, one will find an abundance of Things to See and Do on the Paradise Ridge.
Begin exploring the Paradise Ridge with a visit to the Gold Nugget Museum at 502 Pearson Road, (530) 872-8722. Admission is free. The museum is open from Wednesday through Sunday, 12 pm to 4 pm. It features historical artifacts from the local Paradise Ridge area in a number in interesting cubical and free-standing displays; and Nuggetville, an outdoor exhibit which recreates an Old Western town, including Wells Fargo Bank, one-room School House, and a covered bridge across the grounds creek. Adjacent to and part of the museum grounds is Memorial Park where a number of events are held associated with the museum.
Dogtown Hotel & Saloon - Bar, player piano, and bottles.
For genealogy buffs a visit to the Paradise Genealogical Society & Library located at 5587 Scottwood Road (off Pearson), (530) 877-2330, is a must. Even if you're not researching your family roots, the library is one of the largest in the North State.
Where to Go
What to See
Coin & Gift
Terry Ashe Recreation
Honey Run Bridge
Lime Saddle Marina
POA Rec Center
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