Standard (tent/RV)
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Chino Hills - State Park
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
No WiFi
Chino Hills - State Park is located in California
33.92 N
-117.824 W
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3 Reviews of Chino Hills - State Park
Best Place in Chino to Get Away

Chino Hills State Park has a campground with a small number of spots. These hills are amazing after a good rain. This year it was a good place to see the wildflowers. Unfortunately the campground has been closed for awhile due to water line construction but should open in December 2019.  There's plenty of restrooms and parking. There's also a number of hiking trails that leave from the campground.  The only cell service is on top of the closest hill.  Its a good spot for a quick getaway from the city.


This is close to home but far enough to make a nice getaway. Lots of trails to hike very pretty in the winter,spring.been there in the fall and not a lot in has restrooms and showers and water. Campsites are large enough for 8 person tent there are BBQ ‘s picnic tables at each site and hook pole for your lantern dumpster available for trash. Not a lot of trees ,again SoCal environment

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Hidden gem in the middle of urban southern California

This is a nice, small campground with easy access to many freeways.  Despite being so close to the freeways, the way the campground is situated in a Valley at the back of the park, you can’t see any neighborhoods or really hear the traffic.  We camped during the spring and the place was beautiful!  There is limited shade, which would make camping here on a hot weekend pretty tough.  Currently there are no camp fires allowed. There are nice flush toilets and free showers.  The sites don’t have hookups. In March the park closes to non camping vehicle traffic at 5:00pm, which gives campers the place to themselves.