Chino Hills State Park RV & Campground Guide


Chino Hills State Park lies 27 miles from Anaheim and 37 miles from downtown Los Angeles, but it feels like you've entered another world. Green, rolling hills extend as far as the eyes can see; in the spring, the wildflower bloom sets the hillsides ablaze with neon-orange poppies and purple phacelias. Here, you can hike, bike, or ride on horseback for miles through canyons, over high ridges, and across sprawling meadows. 

Thanks to its location in the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains, Chino Hills State Park offers moderate temperatures year-round. Summer days are often hot, but if you're planning to camp nearby, bring layers for the cool mornings and evenings.

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Spring 43-73 F
Summer 53-85 F
Fall 50-85 F
Winter 40-70 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Chino Hills State Park

Because of its proximity to suburban neighborhoods, Chino Hills State Park is often well-populated. RV camping is the perfect way to enjoy the peace of the park in the early mornings and in the evenings after the day-trippers have cleared out. With RVshare, it's a breeze to find the perfect RV rental for your Chino Hills' getaway.

Rolling M Ranch Campground

Enjoy Chino Hills State Park in peace at Rolling M Ranch Campground, the only option that's located within the state park. Here, 20 sites offer spectacular views of the surrounding hills. Sites here are primitive; you'll have access to potable water, but there are no hookups. After a day of hiking or biking, the flush toilets and hot showers are a welcome treat. The best part? Since the gates of the park are locked at closing time, you can explore the park without traffic. Feel free to bring your pet as long as it's kept on a leash and inside your RV at night. Every site comes with a grill, but campfires are not allowed. This campground is suitable for RVs up to 30 feet long. Sites start at $30 per night.

Canyon RV Park

Camp in luxury at Canyon RV Park, which offers full hookups. With 140 RV sites, there's plenty of space to roam; in fact, you'll see plenty of families out for evening bike rides. Spots here are large with room for RVs up to 45 feet long. Are you coming in a big rig with slide-outs? There's plenty of space. Every site features a fire ring and a picnic table, and many sites offer tall trees for shade. Inside the campground, you'll find all of the amenities you need for a comfortable trip: a swimming pool, playground, lawn chess and more. Check out the schedule of concerts in the amphitheater or attend a movie night. With hot showers, a laundry room and a convenience store, Canyon RV Park has all of your needs covered. Sites start at $75 per night and $60 for seniors. Staying for longer? The park's weekly rates offer a significant discount.

Prado Regional Park Campground

Expand your adventure horizons when you camp at Prado Regional Park Campground. Located near a large lake, this kid-friendly campground is a great option for families. Each of the 75 sites comes with full hookups, and there's a dump station on-site for convenience. After a day of fun in the sun, the hot showers and bathrooms make it easy to clean up, and you can end your evening with a campfire in the fire ring. Prado offers space for RVs of any size, so it's perfect for big rigs. Sites start at $40 per night.

Anaheim RV Park

Planning to combine your visit to Chino Hills State Park with a trip to Disneyland? Anaheim RV Park makes a convenient home base. This spot is designed for families: With a swimming pool, a cafe, free Wi-Fi and cable TV, there's something to entertain everyone in your crew. Clean up in the showers and laundry room, and enjoy full hookups at every site. For big RVs, choose one of the pull-through sites for easier parking. There's even a shuttle to Disneyland, so you don't need to worry about parking or driving. Rates start at $80 per night.

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What to Do at
Chino Hills State Park

Inside Chino Hills State Park

The landscape is the star of the show at Chino Hills State Park, and the best way to explore it is on the park's 90-mile trail network. Stroll down the easy Telegraph Canyon Trail or enjoy the challenge of the strenuous Campground and Ranch Loop. Bikers love the single track on Upper Aliso Creek; Gilman Peak Loop is popular among equestrians. If you're hiking, be aware that you're sharing the path with bikers and horseback riders, and if you're bringing a pet, be sure to check the trail-specific restrictions. Not interested in exploring? Chino Hills is also a popular spot for bird-watching and wildlife spotting.

Outside Chino Hills State Park

Check out these attractions and places to eat near the park. Since Chino Hills State Park is located in the middle of suburban neighborhoods, you'll find plenty of shopping centers within 30 minutes.


The Wild Artichoke

Enjoy artfully prepared meals with French and Italian influences at this elegant spot. Come with an appetite because the servings are generous.

Type: French/Italian

Location: 4973 Yorba Ranch Rd # A, Yorba Linda, CA 92887

Monarch 9

Specializing in light, vegetable-heavy dishes, this Vietnamese spot is ideal for flavor seekers and health nuts alike.

Type: Vietnamese

Location: 22755 Savi Ranch Pkwy, Yorba Linda, CA 92887

Mix Gourmet

Fill up on orange chicken and lo mein at this popular Chinese neighborhood spot, which makes each dish to order.

Type: Chinese

Location: 23741 La Palma Ave, Yorba Linda, CA 92887

BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse

Located north of the park, this family-friendly spot serves classic American pub food in a relaxed setting.

Type: American

Location: 4585 Chino Hills Pkwy, Chino Hills, CA 91709

Yard House

Enjoy a cocktail and listen to live music at Yard House, which offers a full menu of comfort food. Be sure to try the wings and the macaroni and cheese after a day of hiking.

Type: American

Location: The Shoppes at Chino Hills, 13881 Peyton Dr, Chino Hills, CA 91709


Full Bloom Cottage

Pick up a perfectly restored piece of antique furniture at this upscale shop.

Location: 2870 E Imperial Hwy, Brea, CA 92821

Stanley London

Packed with unusual nautical items, this is the perfect spot to find a gift or a piece for your home.

Location: 4091 E La Palma Ave # G, Anaheim, CA 92807

Hecho En Mexico

Packed with brilliantly colored Mexican pieces, this gift shop is fun for families.

Location: 173 W Santa Fe Ave, Placentia, CA 92870

Wizard Sports Equipment In

Stock up on balls and other sports gear for your family camping trip at this sporting goods store.

Location: 4883 E La Palma Ave STE 504, Anaheim, CA 92807

Turner's Outdoorsman

Grab last-minute camping supplies or clothing at this outdoor store.

Location: 4200 Chino Hills Pkwy #600, Chino Hills, CA 91709


Chino Creek Wetlands and Educational Park

 With its well-kept trails and wildlife education center, this is a fun spot for families.

Carbon Canyon Regional Park

Enjoy a picnic, play tennis and fish in the lake at Carbon Canyon. Be sure to check the schedule for the frequent naturalist-guided walks and talks.

Prado Regional Park

Explore the lake by kayak, play disc golf or try archery at this popular park.

Santa Ana River Lakes

Bring your fishing gear to these sprawling lakes, which are stocked with trout every week. You'll also find beaches and boat rentals.

Location: Santa Ana, CA


Located about 30 miles east of Chino Hills, Disneyland offers fun and thrills for the whole family.

Location: Anaheim, CA

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How to Get to
Chino Hills State Park

Chino Hills State Park features several entrances. Coming from the northeast, take Highway 71 to Soquel Canyon Parkway. From the west, take Carbon Canyon Parkway. Bringing horses? The equestrian parking lot is located on the south side of the park off Fairmont Boulevard.

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Entering Chino Hills State Park

Chino Hills State Park is open every day of the year, and you can remain on the trails from sunrise to sunset. The gates are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from October through March and 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. from April through September. If you're driving inside the park, please note that staff locks the gates at closing time.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Chino Hills State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Chino Hills State Park?

The best time to visit Chino Hills State Park is spring, when you will be able to view the poppy-clad hills. Peak bloom usually occurs between the second week of March and the first week of April.

What is the climate of Chino Hills State Park?

Chino Hills State Park has a Mediterranean climate. Winters can be rainy, encouraging wildflowers to bloom in the spring. Summers are usually hot and dry, with daytime temperatures often reaching over 85 degrees Fahrenheit.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Chino Hills State Park?

Chino Hills State Park is home to hundreds of bird and mammal species, including the least bell’s vireo and the California gnatcatcher. During your visit, watch for coyotes, deer and bobcats.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Chino Hills State Park?

There are 20 campsites at Chino Hills State Park. The largest campsites can accommodate trailers up to 30 feet long. No hookups are available, and there is no dump station.

Are pets allowed at Chino Hills State Park?

Pets are allowed in limited areas at Chino Hills State Park. They are allowed on leashes in the Rolling M Ranch Campground and the nearby day-use area. They are also permitted in the day-use area near the Discovery Center.