Best Trails in Chino Hills State Park
Chino Hills State Park is a 14,102 acre open-space and critical piece of the Puente-Chino Hills biological corridor where plant and animal diversity can flourish. Located near Riverside in the Santa Ana Canyon hills, the natural space is a great place to see oaks, sycamores, sage scrub, and green grassy hills that stretch over 30 miles from the Santa Ana Mountains to the Whittier Hills. Camping, hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking are the most popular activities in the park. The park features over 60 miles of trails and fire roads that offer something for everyone. Enjoy the picnic area, equestrian staging area, a historic barn, and park bathrooms. Chino Hills State Park is 10 miles northwest of Corona. To get there, you can take the 91 to Highway 71-N, and then make a left at Soquel Canyon. Continue onto Elinvar and then turn left. Elinvar will merge into Sapphire on the left, and you will see the park entrance on the right. Dogs are not allowed on any of the trails at Chino Hills State Park. You are able to bring your dog to Bane Canyon Road, McLean Overlook, the Rolling M Ranch, and in the campgrounds, but the dog must be on leash at all times. Operating hours: October - March: 8am-5pm Friday to Monday April - September: 8am-7pm Friday to Monday
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