From Paradise, the city of Moncton is 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the north.
Nova Scotia is popular with local and overseas visitors. To understand why, explore the other interesting attractions in the vicinity of Paradise. Aylesford and West Springhill are two other places worth checking out while you're in Nova Scotia.
Saint John, is another interesting spot to visit. It is about 50 miles (80 kilometers) from Paradise and offers a number of interesting visitor attractions, such as Charles Gorman Arena, Harbour Station and University of New Brunswick - Saint John. Hilton Belyea Arena, Marco Polo Cruise Terminal and Saint John Imperial Theatre are also good places to spend time.
Experience a little culture, learning and lore under the bright blue sky at Nova Scotia's fabulous open-air museums, lighthouses and open-air exhibits. Take a trip to Nova Scotia's history museums, nature museums and art galleries. These are great places to spend time, particularly when the weather is a little moody.
When the weather is fine, head to Nova Scotia's cooling waterways for a few hours of sailing or rafting. Dig out your snow gear and have a go at snow shoeing or skiing. These winter sports are popular with locals and tourists alike.
There is no doubt that Paradise is an exceptionally beautiful place that you will stay in your heart for years and years to come.