Yay! The flower blooms have started in Chino Hills State Park. The trails have been closed due to the recent rains to keep everyone safe and ensure the trails have time to dry out. When the trails re-open, if you plan to visit any park to view wildflowers, please:
1. Always stay on designated trails. (Yes, that means you).
**It is a designated trail if it is on the official park map and is labeled with a trail sign.**
2. Obey the signs. (Yes, that means you.)
**Signs convey information about trail closures/conditions, restoration areas, and closed areas.**
3. Do not create new “social” trails. (Yes, that means you).
**It is a social trail if it is NOT on the official park map or it does NOT have a trail sign.**
4. Stay off the flowers and flower fields.(Yes, that means you).
**Laying, walking, or stepping on the flowers prevents future blooms.**
Everyone enjoy the flowers, but be mindful of your actions.