With over 30 miles of sprawling oaks, sycamores and rolling grassy hills, Chino Hills State Park offers a variety of recreational choices including horseback riding, hiking, biking, and more. The Chino Hills State Park offers a place where people can camp for a few days. Parking is located directly next to each individual campsite making it easy to park RVs and cars right next to the site thereby making them easily accessible. Apart from camping, the park offers hiking, horseback riding, and biking over trails that meander through valleys and along ridge tops through woodlands, sage scrub and grasslands. Sixty miles (100 km) of trails and fire roads also offer excellent opportunities for viewing wildlife and native plants. Facilities consist of a picnic area, equestrian staging area, pipe corrals, a historic barn, water spigots and restrooms. Most of the trails accept multiple use. However, a few trails are designated for hiking only, because of safety issues or the potential for damage to habitat. The park is located 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Corona in the city of Chino Hills. Take the 91 Freeway to Highway 71-North, or the 10 Freeway or 60 Freeway to Highway 71-South. Exit on Soquel Canyon and turn west. Proceed to Elinvar and turn left. Elinvar and Sapphire (right) is the park entrance.
Big League Dreams Chino Hills Sports Park is a 34-acre City-owned facility that is operated and managed by Big League Dreams, USA. The park has attracted sports enthusiasts from all over the United States, other countries, and even the likes of big name Movie Directors. Big League Dreams Chino Hills Sports Park was the location of the final game scenes in the 2006 movie "The Benchwarmers". The park's facilities include: batting cages, tot lots, sand volleyball courts, and two stadium restaurants (that overlook playing fields).
A high-end shopping mall located at the heart of Chino Hills. It features shops such as H&M, XXI Forever, Victoria's Secret, Ann Taylor, Lance Bryant, P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Barnes & Noble, and more.
A beautiful 20-acre facility which features two lighted arenas, covered bleachers, and a gazebo as well as horseback riding activities.
This park is home to the Annual "Concerts in the Park" Series during the summer months.
One of two public golf courses in Chino Hills.
Chino Hills was ranked 68th in Money Magazine's "Best places to live 2005". It is also the 6th highest income place in the United States (with population 65,000 to 250,000) and was ranked as the 13th safest city in the United States by the FBI. Chino Hills is generally considered a part of the Chino Valley. The city had a total population of 80,897 as of 2005.