The public is invited to comment on the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Paradise Beach Park Master Plan. The 30-day public comment period begins February 13, 2017 and closes March 14, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. The study was prepared by Marin County Parks, as required by Marin County Environmental Review Guidelines and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The Master Plan will guide long-term design and planning for Paradise Beach Park, including replacing aging infrastructure.
This 19 acre regional park is located along the east shore of the Tiburon Peninsula, nestled in a residential neighborhood. Paradise is well-named. This bayside gem is truly gorgeous with its mature landscaping, colorful poplar trees, wildflowers, rolling grassy hillsides above the San Francisco Bay, and a grove of tall redwoods. It’s a fun and secluded place to enjoy the great outdoors, close to home. Facilities include family and group picnic sites along the bay, numerous lawn areas, a horseshoe court, a narrow beach, a long fishing pier, and more. Anglers fish for halibut, sturgeon, striped bass, shark, perch, bat ray, and crab. Paradise offers stunning views of the bay, a beautiful area to watch see seals, sea lions and other marine life, as well as provide bay access for kayaks. Visit park reservations to find out how to reserve a large group area at Paradise Beach Park. Dogs are prohibited, except service animals. The phone number is (415) 435-9212.
Paradise Beach Park is located at 3450 Paradise Drive, Tiburon.
From Hwy 101 in Mill Valley, take exit 447 for Tiburon Blvd (Hwy 131) east 1.8 miles. Turn left onto Trestle Glen Blvd, right onto Paradise Dr, and follow for 1.5 miles. The park is on the left.