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Prado Regional Park, Chino

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  • I like Prado because it is near where I live. I gave it a three because the lake is empty this year, they are repairing it. The trailer sites are roomy and some sites are larger. Full hookups at each ...  more »
  • Late arrives will find the number on the sign does not go anywhere. Gate code is needed after hours. Showers were marginal, ground were well kept. Not bad for a camp site, but definitely needed to cle...  more »
  • This park is a local gem. It has so much to offer. You can camp, fish, rent paddle boats, there is a playground, horseback riding, shooting range, trails and much more! You feel like you are somewhere...  more »
  • Too bad! They close the gate on 5:00 pm. Try next time!!! This is summer time now. The sunset is around 8:30 pm. I saw couple campers could not go back to campsite.
  • It's a nice park. All sites full hook ups. The spots are spread out nicely. Mostly pull through sites. Watch out for skunks around camp and keep your dogs close.
  • Good price. Clean. Large spaces. Lots of trees and grass.
  • This will cost you a few bucks (8) to get into the park, per car. But, if you enjoy disc golf, it's a price worth paying. A well laid, and kept course.
  • Huge regional park. Very pretty. But watch for holes...I accidentally stepped in a few