Continuing with Where to Go, What to See in Paradise ... including the Butte Canyon area and Lime Saddle Marina.
The Paradise Ridge is a popular area for biking and hiking enthusiats with
its many trails including the Memorial Trailway, Upper Ridge nature trails, and the
Check out Nature & Hiking Trails
for more information.
Check out Nature & Hiking Trails for more information.
Take a tour of the Paradise Post Printing Plant and see a newspaper being printed. Contact the Paradise Post for reservation information. The Post is located at 5399 Clark Road, (530) 877-4413.
Lookout Point along the Skyway to Paradise offers spectacular views of Butte Creek Canyon.
The Honey Run Covered Bridge built in 1894 by George Miller,
located in Butte Creek Canyon, lays claim to being the only 3-level
covered bridge in the United States.
A few miles up the road from the covered bridge is the Coleman Memorial Community Museum located at 13544 Centerville Road, open 1 to 4 weekends. Admission is free. This museum has local indian artifacts, early 1800 gold mining equipment, and relics of the Civil War era.
Take a drive through the Butte Community College Campus, Hwy 191 and Durham-Pentz Road.
View Lime Saddle Marina from Pentz Road, or visit the marina and inquire about renting a houseboat.
Where to Go
What to See
Coin & Gift
Terry Ashe Recreation
Honey Run Bridge
Lime Saddle Marina
POA Rec Center
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