Paradise Falls

Paradise Falls

Paradise Falls is a 40-foot waterfall located at 928 West Avenida De Los Arboles, Wildwood Regional Park, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360. The falls are accessible via hiking trails that meander through the area. Paradise Falls Thousand Oaks is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. To visit, plan to spend a full day at the park. Afterwards, you can explore the surrounding area on your own. We recommend starting with a hike to the falls. Discover More about Thousand Oaks here

If you are visiting Thousand Oaks, be sure to stop by Paradise Falls. It's a 40-foot waterfall located in Wildwood Regional Park. Visitors can hike up to the falls from the park's trails or head back down the Wildwood Canyon Trail. The park's staff encourages visitors to follow the rules to avoid being cited for violating park regulations. But keep in mind that the park has closed before for public health reasons.

For a moderate hike, head out to the top of Paradise Falls. The waterfall plunges 40 feet into a pool. Hiking to this waterfall requires a 2.6-mile loop or out-and-back hike. The hike is relatively flat with only 260 feet of elevation change. Depending on your physical condition, you can extend your hike to four miles. The hike to Paradise Falls Thousand Oaks can be part of a larger Los Angeles waterfall hike.

You can also take a hike to Lizard Rock. The hike includes a 40-foot waterfall and is located in the Wildwood Regional Park in Thousand Oaks. This park also has other waterfall hikes. If you are traveling by car, you can reach the waterfall from the 101 Freeway at exit 45. Avenido de los Arboles is just south of Lynn Road. If you're planning to hike to Paradise Falls, make sure to check out a regional map to get a better idea of where to go.

This waterfall is perfect for picnics. The waterfall drops 40 feet into a wide pool. Visitors aren't recommended to swim in the water, as it is filled with city runoff. If you're a nature lover, you can also enjoy the nearby Indian Cave and Lizard Rock. If you don't want to hike more than three miles, head to Sycamore Flats Park where public restrooms are located. A fantastic read

During the spring and summer, the waterfalls are particularly beautiful. You can sit next to the cascading water and meditate. The area is also dotted with plenty of rocks where you can picnic and relax. Just be sure to wear proper hiking shoes if you plan to take the whole family to the park. It can be crowded on weekends, so plan accordingly. If you plan to go with small children, though, be sure to check the weather forecast before you go.

A great waterfall hike in the area is Heart Rock Falls. This hike features a heart-shaped natural hole, and the waterfall is easy to reach. It also offers ample photo opportunities. A short drive from Los Angeles, this waterfall is a family-friendly destination for all ages. You can bring the stroller or travel with the kids. If you don't have kids, you can take them to this hike if you live in the area.