Situated in the beautiful Humber Valley, Pasadena residents enjoy a rural lifestyle with access to a full range of services. The community is known for maintaining an attractive town with abundant green spaces, flower gardens and tree growth.
Pasadena has been recognized by a leading national magazine as one of the ten most desirable places in Canada to live. The beautiful presentation by the residents has earned the town the Tidy Towns Award for 1997. It is evident that the residents take great pride in their town.
With a population of over 3445, this growing community is increasingly viewed as a very desirable place to live and to conduct business. In a very few minutes from Pasadena one can access a busy airport or a major shipping and distribution sea port. Pasadena can indeed offer the "best of both worlds", access to full commercial and cultural activities and at the end of the day, a residential community with a high quality of life.
Pasadena sits on the sandy shores of beautiful Deer Lake. This popular spot is a haven to those who enjoy swimming in the fresh water lake. Those who enjoy more adventuresome water sport can explore the miles of waterways on the lake or up or down the world renowned Humber River. Pasadena Beach is especially home to those who just want to spend a lazy summer day with the sand between their toes.
Over 13 kilometers of wilderness trails featuring breathtaking views and wildlife of Western Newfoundland. Summer hiking and winter cross-country skiing in the hills of picturesque Pasadena - The Crown of the Valley - is a beautiful tourist stop any time of the year.
The Pasadena Ski and Nature Park's mission is to promote, on a year round basis, life long healthful living and a respect for our natural surroundings in a family-oriented community environment of cross-country skiing and nature interpretation.