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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 »
  • We stay here with our fifth wheel and it is one of our favorite spots. Water, sewer, trash, and electricity are included in the nightly fee, and a laundry area (albeit small) is available for use at a reasonable rate. There are 75 sites available, in at times it fills up very quickly, so plan ahead. Stays are limited to 15 days per one month period. Very dog-friendly and family-friendly with numerous areas to walk, hike, ride bikes or scooters, etc, as well as horses. The playground is a great one, though a few minor areas could use some upgrades or repairs; a splash pad is available during the summer. Sunrises and sunsets can be gorgeous if you catch a good one. Rangers are always friendly and helpful, as is the office staff when. Fishing, boating, and disc golf are also available. Firewood and bait are often available at the main gate, and they sell out quickly, especially on weekends. RV sites are well-spaced, with lots of green space, frequent bathrooms and trash cans. We have never used the showers, but if I remember correctly they are a dollar for five minutes and use quarters. Bathrooms aren't the best and could use some updating, but are plentiful throughout the park. A few things you may want to know ahead: this park is located in prime dairy farm areas; if the wind is right, you will absolutely smell that. There are a lot of mosquitos and ants at times, so bring bug spray for you AND the outside of your rig! It is also right next to a women's prison; if you camp in lower numbered sites you seem to be able to hear announcements more than in higher numbered sites. Group camp areas and day use sites seem to have a lot of use, with some really cool events held at the park on occasion. Sometimes that means traffic in and out of the gate is pretty crazy, but the RV sites are at the farthest end of the park from the gate and day use, so they are a bit more of a buffer from that. There is no camp store onsite, but there are tons of stores and lots of shopping within a 10 mile range. Despite signs to the contrary, there is no snack bar. Laundry area consists of two washers and two dryers, so be prepared to wait your turn if it is in use, or take a bit longer if you have a lot of laundry; bring quarters as there is no change machine. All things considered, this is a great place to stay and we have yet to deal with drunken, loud, obnoxious campers like many other RV sites seem to be plagued with. While the weekends can get busy, week days and nights are pretty quiet and peaceful. Great place to add to your RV camping list!
  • I disc golf here twice a month. Nice course and well maintained. Only downer is the $10 you gotta pay to enter the park, but I guess that goes towards maintaining the park. Nice view too
  • Horrible experience. 1st time ever coming here with my one yr old son and niece since we just moved over from l.a County down here. We first went to the equestrian parking lot and that was a nice view of the horses. Decided to go to the playground and spiders in any and every place crawling around my niece on the swing and my son on the playground. To top it off everything was muddy and trash everywhere. Looked like a great park but was seriously disappointed. 8 dollars down the drain in 30 min
  • We go here yearly for the MS Muck fest mud run. Overall, the park is huge, great for camping or bday parties.
  • Nice place to get away. You can practice your golf swing or take a ride on a paddle boat,camping BBQ and fishing!