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Chino Hills State Park
State of California

Chino Hills is a place where people can escape the pressures of urban life and find peace and solitude in a natural setting. Visitors can camp for a few days or simply enjoy a walk, horseback or bicycle ride over trails that meander through valleys and along ridge tops through woodlands, sage scrub and grasslands. Sixty miles of trails and fire roads also offer excellent opportunities for viewing wildlife and native plants.

13,000-acres with hiking, mountain biking, equestrian use, and camping (primitive camping sites).


When: 8am-sunset, 7 days a week

Where: 4721 Sapphire Road.
Chino Hills, CA 91709

Phone: 760.389.2281

Fee: $2/vehicle/day
$5-$12/night camping fee