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Prado Regional Park, Chino

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#990 of 1,611 in Parks in California
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  • Lovely campground. Great showers, but the toilet side of the bathroom needs work/cleaning. A bike would be a great thing to have as the camp is huge. The lake was closed, look foreward to going back o...  more »
  • 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 »
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  • Nice quiet place to enjoy with your family. Tons of things to do. Me and my kids had good times. Nature's beauty at it's best. I will be going back for sure. Loved it. 👍
  • I've been to Prado Park fishing no luck. Recent Spartan Race in January of 2018 really nice. And a fun mud race for St Jude's Hospital fundraiser in March of 2018. The park is a good backdrop for the racing.
  • Camp sites are good. Nothing to exciting about them. Hood place to camp. Tent, RV , trailer whatever you hot. Lake is fun to fish. I brought out my boat to fish. I believe the maximum length on boat allowed is 8 feet. The one true negative things about this place. Is the time your allowed to fish. It's to late. That is the only thing that bothers me.
  • While the park is absolutely beautiful, with plenty of space to walk and explore, their camping activities can leave one rather disappointed for the 40 dollar camping fee and 7 dollar reservation fee. That said, for those who just want a taste of the outdoors, the in/out privileges combined with the closeness to civilization means that if items are forgotten on the way, a camper can head back quickly without ruining the night, and if things go south for anyone new to camping, they can bail without too much loss.
  • Friendly staff. Nice lake. We lived the campgrounds. The horseback riding facility is really nice and Serena was so nice with tour she gave us.
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