Paradise Recreation and Park District (PRPD) is an independent special district serving over 50,000 individuals in the Sierra Nevada foothills of Northern California, approximately 90 miles north of Sacramento.
Incorporated in 1948, PRPD covers approximately 165 square miles that encompasses the Town of Paradise, Paradise Pines, Butte Creek Canyon, and the Concow area.
PRPD maintains 73 acres of developed park land and another 358 acres of natural open space. Park facilities include swimming pools, fishing pond, play fields, horse arena, archery range, ropes course, walking trails, picnic areas, tennis courts, playgrounds, open use areas, and a recreation center.
PRPD offers a wide range of recreation programming, including after school programming, summer camp, preschool activities, youth and adult sports, senior services, aquatics, teen programs, and numerous special events.
PRPD also works directly with the Paradise Symphony, Gold Nugget Museum,
Do-It-Leisure, Paradise Bowhunters, Little League, Paradise Ridge Soccer Club, and the Paradise Unified School District in providing leisure services to our constituents.