|City Name ||Chino, California|
|Capital and largest city||NA|
|Area||29.652 sq mi (76.799 km2)|
|Population||77,983 (April 1, 2010)|
|Lat Long||34°1′4″N 117°41′24″W|
|Time Zone||Pacific (UTC-8) Summer (DST) PDT (UTC-7)|
|Neighbour State||Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Baja California|
|Currency||United State Dollar (USD)|
Getting in and Around Chino
- By Air –LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT) and Chino Airport (CNO) are gateways to the city.
- By Train –Four routes of Omnitrans link Chino with cities of the San Bernardino Valley. Pomona (POS) and Ontario (ONA) are the nearest Amtrak stations served by Sunset Limited and Texas Eagle.
- By Road –The city is located at the intersection of California State Routes 60 and 71 and is roughly 10 miles from Interstates 10 and 15. The city of Los Angeles is about 35 miles to the West.
Best Time to Visit Chino
Rain or sunshine, Chino is a year-round travel destination to experience.
What's in Chino
The Planes of Fame showcases a large collection of Japanese aircraft and the Yanks Air Museum exhibits the largest private collection of American aircraft and artifacts from World War II. Chino Youth Museum has interactive exhibitions for those young at heart. To make a day out of it, look at the traditional Indian architecture of BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and head out to the hiking trails in Chino Hills State Park.
Prado Regional Park is a recreational paradise which allows opportunities for fishing, camping, and hiking. This sprawling park comprises two 18-hole golf courses and picnic facilities. The weekly Farmer's Markets, on Wednesday nights and Saturday mornings, are ideal places to pick up fresh produce and organic products.
Serving American classics and international cuisine, famous restaurants in Chino are Cannataro's, The Avocado House, Flo's Airport Cafe, and PapaChino's Grill & Greens.
Last Updated on: May 04, 2016