Finding a place to rent in Paradise really isn’t that hard. Apartments in Paradise tend to be more along the lines of a room or two situated within freestanding, beautiful home rather than buildings or complexes, but they can be nabbed for lower than average prices. Personally, if we got to wake up looking out over the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, we’d be willing to pay way more. However, if you’re looking for a little privacy, rental houses are the way to go. Two bedroom homes can be amazingly affordable, even when all utilities except electricity are included in the price. Luxury options of course also exist in this gorgeous city. All you need is a decent credit history and you can be kicking back in an outdoor spa watching the expanses of forests stretch out around you.
...In Your Wagon
Just to the northwest of Paradise proper are the towns of Magalia and Stirling City, which residents recognize as distinct townships but some in city planning organizations consider fringe neighborhoods. Regardless of whether you live in central Paradise or its outliers, though, a car is a pretty crucial for navigating through these foothill communities. Bus service is offered by both Butte County, and there are several bike trails carved out to specifically serve cyclists, but the overall hilliness of the terrain means that having access to your own vehicle makes life in this beautiful little town a whole lot easier.
Exploring the Area
Being located in the state’s northern region, where the climate is balanced out perfectly with cool summers and snowy winters, much of life in Paradise is focused around getting out of the house to take in the natural world and the crisp California air. And, truth be told, its 27,000 some residents couldn’t even ask for a prettier place to explore.
The community element of Paradise is incredible, and definitely one of its main appeals. Paradise really does have it all, a wealth of parks and playgrounds, not to mention the acres upon acres of forests for your imagination to run wild in. Sure, it might take the old station wagon a few minutes to drive up the mountain side, but we can guarantee that when you’re pulling into that oak-lined driveway, you won’t regret a single second.