Looking to learn a little bit about Chino Hills State Park? You are in luck! State Park Volunteer Barbara Deck spends about 38 minutes giving the history of San Juan Hill–the highest point in the State Park. Check it out!
We are always pleased to partner with others, like the Chino Hills State Park Interpretive Association and Chino Hills State Park to make progress on preservation, restoration, access, and recreation to our public lands. And a shout out to all … Read More
Lightning Strike Causes Fire in State Park 🔥 This e-newsletter covers Hills For Everyone’s 30×30 work, a five acre wildfire, the prohibition of e-bikes in the State Park, and an upcoming bird of prey presentation. View the Hills For Everyone … Read More
Fun Fact – There are several types of sage in the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. White sage is particularly fragrant. If you gently rub your fingers on the leaves you can smell it–no need to break it off! Native Nations … Read More
Recently we’ve been fielding calls from concerned park visitors about violations occurring in the State Park. If you see something in Chino Hills State Park that violates the rules, causes harm to the park or its resources, or is of … Read More
Now that we are officially “in” Spring, here are some facts about California Poppies. It became the official state flower of California on March 2, 1903. And, on April 6th it is California Poppy Day. Poppies are bright, cheerful, and … Read More
Yay! The Hills For Everyone wildfire resilience/recovery grant from California State Parks Foundation funded the Rolling M Ranch Campground sign replacement. Here is a before and after photo. There is more to come, so stay tuned! Thanks to Chino Hills … Read More
If you are interested in helping remove obsolete barbed wire from Chino Hills State Park, there is a work party scheduled the morning of Friday, February 25th. A list of items to wear or bring will be provided. It is … Read More