About

Paradise Springs

Paradise Springs is located on one hundred secluded acres at 5,200 feet elevation and is surrounded by the Sierra National Forest. Oakhurst, Bass Lake, the historic Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad, Badger Pass Ski Resort and Yosemite National Park are within minutes of your stay at Paradise Springs.

You can book Paradise Springs for couples & family vacations, friends & family reunions, weddings, religious or business retreats. Come celebrate birthdays, holidays, and anniversaries in this beautiful mountain paradise. Each cabin has pure running spring water with clean, modern kitchens & baths, living rooms & barbecues. Our event areas include the beautifully appointed Bella Pavilion for inside groups up to 130 people; our outdoor events areas are the Gazebo, Meadow & Emerald Garden and can accommodate to 500 people.

Some onsite activities include our beautiful Emerald Pond for swimming & lounging, horseshoe pit, volleyball, badminton, wiffle ball, basketball, tetherball, frisbee golf, hiking, biking, fishing, snow play areas or just enjoying the peaceful serenity of the outdoors.

Nearby activities include Yosemite National Park, Nelder Grove Giant Sequoias, golfing, fishing, Bass Lake – water sports, historic railroad, wine tasting, antique & collectables shopping, horseback riding, art galleries, museums and winter activities.

Paradise Springs...A History

Our History

Paradise Springs is 100 acres located in the heart of the National Forest off of Highway 41 between Oakhurst, a beautiful mountain community and world renown Yosemite National Park, on Road 632, called Sky Ranch Road, near the Historic Giant Redwoods, Nelder Grove and Fresno Dome. Paradise Springs was originally a logging camp in the early 1900s. Eureka Springs Park was established in the late 60’s for a recreational Christian camp and Resort that operated for many years. The property was almost forgotten, except for a few families that were using the camp. Today you can see the remains of the logging camp in the form of large tree stumps that still remain on the property, and a few original cabins remain through the forest as a reminder of the past.

On July 12, 2001, two families came together and saw the beauty and potential of what it once was and what it could be, and Paradise Springs was born. At the present time Paradise Springs has refurbished three cabins and one large lodge known as the “Villa”, which includes a large commercial kitchen, a rock fireplace with seven bedrooms upstairs, that sleeps 20 people. In addition there is a large meeting hall called the “Bella Pavilion” which was the original Chapel, with a one bedroom suite upstairs. Currently, Paradise can sleep 50 comfortably. The other cabins are all unique and are custom decorated, rustic but elegant.

Paradise Springs is unique for the abundance of natural spring water, which provides the property with four spring fed ponds and a pure spring water system which flows to all the buildings. The spring water has been tested by Twining Laboratories and has gone through a very extensive testing and has produced findings that the water is a very high quality of purity. The property sits one mile high in elevation surrounded by a majestic forest with a variety of pine trees, cedars and oaks, and the air is pure and clean. The serenity and beauty is over whelming and the quiet of nature is something to experience. Pictures do not do this site justice, and the personal experience is really breath taking.

Location of this property is one hour from Fresno and 15 to 30 minutes to quality eating establishments, recreational facilities, antique & collectible shopping, art galleries, museums, golf, historic train, Bass Lake and Yosemite National Park. Paradise Springs is the ideal location for vacation getaways, friends & family reunions, weddings, group retreats, meetings and more. At this time the families wish to share this wealth of nature and property to you and your families, who would enjoy Paradise Springs, “A Secret Place”.

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Directions

Located in the heart of California, Paradise Springs is within driving distance of most cities of California. The hour column is conservative and assumes a 55 MPH average driving speed.

The Paradise Springs street address is 52770 Road 632, Oakhurst (please note that online directions are not always correct), and our mailing Address is Paradise Springs,4920 E Yale, Fresno, CA 93727.

Our map of Paradise Springs will help you get an idea of where the cabins, venue areas and trails are located. We are also happy to answer any questions you may have or schedule a tour of the property.

Take Highway 41 through Oakhurst. Stay on Highway 41 and go ½ mile past the Bass Lake/Road 222 turn off to Road 632/Sierra Sky Ranch turn off (on the right). Go seven miles up Road 632. It is 2 miles past Calvin Crest turn off on Road 632 and just past the Nelder Grove turn off.

Take Hwy. 99 South to Merced. In Merced, take Hwy. 140 East to Mariposa. In Mariposa, take a wide right turn onto Hwy. 49 Southeast to Oakhurst. In Oakhurst, take Hwy. 41 North toward Yosemite.  Follow the “From Oakhurst” directions.

Take Hwy. 5 North to Bakersfield. In Bakersfield, take Hwy. 99 North to Fresno. In Fresno, take Hwy. 41 North (toward Yosemite).  Follow the “From Oakhurst” directions.

Take Hwy. 580 East to 205 East to 120 East (Manteca) to Highway 99 South towards Merced/Fresno.  In Merced, take 140 East to Mariposa. From Mariposa take 49 South (wide right turn from Hwy 140) to signal at Hwy. 41 in Oakhurst. Turn left onto Hwy. 41 (toward Yosemite).  Follow the “From Oakhurst” directions.

Get onto 101 South to 152 East over Pacheco Pass.  Go thru Los Banos to Highway 99.  Take Highway 99 south to Madera.  Take the Yosemite/Cleveland Exit (this is a confusing exit so read the signs carefully).  When you get off the freeway go to the stop light and make a left onto Cleveland Avenue.  Get into the right lane (Yosemite sign overhead) go thru lights and over railroad tracks.  The road will go to the right and then to the left…staying on Cleveland Avenue.  You will go thru housing about 2 miles or so.  You will reach the intersection of Cleveland and Yosemite Avenue/Highway 140 towards Yosemite – make a left there at the light.  Go about 15 miles then make a left at the stop light onto Highway 41.  Go thru Oakhurst (about 35 minutes) and follow the “From Oakhurst” instructions.

Take Highway 41 towards Yosemite and pass through the town of Oakhurst. Follow the “From Oakhurst” directions.

Information for winter road conditions — 24-hour recorded weather and road information is available by calling 800-427-ROAD.