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CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION

Divisions of Boating and Waterways, Historic Preservation and Off-Highway Vehicles


News Release


For Immediate Release: 7/3/2015

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Chino Hills State Park to Open Campground, Begin Fee Collection

Contact:

Ryann Gill

Ryan.Gill@parks.ca.gov

(951) 789-1278

 

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California State Parks re-opens Chino Hills State Park campground Friday, July 10. While newly paved and widened Bane Canyon Road opened last month, the campground water system was still being refurbished delaying the campground reopening.

The state park will also begin collecting day use fees beginning Monday, July 6 at the Bane Canyon Road entrance either at the staffed entrance kiosk or via a self-pay iron ranger box. Fees are $5.00 per vehicle ($4.00 senior 62 years and above).

The Chino Hills Campground consists of 18 standard campsites and two accessible campsites. Campsite fees are $30 per night. Each campsite can accommodate up to eight people and two vehicles, and is provided with a charcoal grill, paved parking area, picnic table and a lantern hanger.  Restrooms and free showers are on site.

A legally towed vehicle counts as a vehicle. Motorhomes, campers, and trailers up to 28-feet in length are permitted. However, there are no hook-ups or gray/black water disposal. The campground will be open year round, seven days a week.

For more information and updates please call: 951-780-6222 or visit the Chino Hills State Parks website.

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