The California Department of Parks and Recreation manages the 14,100+ acre Chino Hills State Park (CHSP) on the eastern side of the hills. Over 65 miles of multi-use trails are available along canyons and ridgelines offering views throughout the Park and surrounding area. A trail map is also available and more information can be obtained at 951-780-6222.

The State Park is open:

  • October – March: Open Daily between 8 AM-5 PM
  • April – September: Open Daily between 8 AM – 7 PM

Parking is $5 at the Discovery Center. Camping is available on a first come, first served basis when the Bane Canyon entrance is open.

Visit the Chino Hills State Park website or download the Chino Hills State Park brochure. (PDF – 2.6 MB)

Coal Canyon
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The fourth entrance to Chino Hills State Park is a bit more difficult to get to because you need to park in Corona (Riverside County) and walk roughly a mile along the Santa Ana River Trail to Coal Canyon in … Read More

Quarterhorse
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Yorba Linda has an entrance to Chino Hills State Park at Quarterhorse. Take Yorba Linda Blvd. to Fairmont. Turn north on Fairmont toward the hills. Turn left on Quarterhorse Drive and right into the parking lot.  Parking is free. Download a … Read More

Carbon Canyon
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4500 Carbon Canyon Road in Brea. Another entrance to Chino Hills State Park is in Brea adjacent to Carbon Canyon Regional Park on Carbon Canyon Road (Highway 142) at the Discovery Center. It is safest to park your vehicle at State … Read More

Bane Canyon
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This entrance is at Elinvar and Sapphire in Chino Hills. This is the only “vehicle” entrance into the camping and day use area of the State Park. Take the 71 freeway in Chino Hills to Soquel Canyon Road, exit toward … Read More