Sometimes you just can’t help but get wrapped up with a neighboring flower. This beautiful lupine glows a radiant purple, but has the yellow bloom of black mustard bursting through it.
Due to the popularity of our wildflowers and a maximum capacity of the Chino Hills State Park entry road. The gates at our Chino Hills entrance on Sapphire Road do get closed when we reach capacity. At that point we … Read More
We made it into Chino Hills State Park today. Rangers are patrolling and ticketing so keep your dogs on leash and only on Bane Canyon Road, follow the speed limit (15mph), stay on designated trails, park in designated areas, and … Read More
Many of our local natural lands are experiencing a wildflower bloom. Did you know picking the flowers is not allowed? (They are a protected resource.) Did you know that going off trail ruins natural resources? (This creates new trails that … Read More
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 … Read More
Everyone recognizes that vibrant orange of the California Poppy against the green hillsides. The bloom this year could be good, great or a super bloom–time will tell. Fire and drought coupled with massive rains tend to cause a massive bloom. … Read More
Spring 2017 (PDF – 1.02 MB) Highlights: Precipitation, Poppies, People, and Problems Loss of a Leader — Jeff Yann Honoring a Leader — Bob Henderson Madrona – A Light at the End of the Tunnel? Esperanza Hills – A Decision in May … Read More
Chino Hills State Park has had a spectacular wildflower bloom this year with the extensive rains. In this Chino Champion article, Hills For Everyone Executive Director reminds State Park visitors to stay on the trails and not to pick the … Read More