- TripBuzz found 839 things to do with kids in or near Chino, California, including 817 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Riverside, Fontana, Whittier and Anaheim.
- From Chino Youth Museum to Laser Quest Chino, the Chino area offers 142 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Aviation Museums, Recreation Centers and Playgrounds.
- Situated to the east of Chino Hills at the west side of San Bernardino County, Chino, CA is an agricultural community with much to offer. There are many community events in Chino, including races, kids night out events, organized fights, corn feeds, civil war re-enactments, family days, and much more.
Prado Park Equestrian Center is an equestrian center dedicated to providing a facility for family and friends to enjoy horsemanship. Prado offers horse boarding, horseback riding, a tack store, and monthly events.
Skate Express is a traditional roller skating rink, offering open skating as well as accommodations for parties and group outings. In addition to skating-related activities, the rink also features an arcade, miniature bowling, and bumper cars.
One of the largest neighborhood parks in The Preserve at Chino is Founders Park. Situated on eight acres, the park features ball fields, open grass spaces, public restrooms, a picnic area with barbeques, and a playground that caters to young children.
7000 Merrill Avenue #17, Chino, CA 91710 MoreLess Info
Historical aircraft and people who dedicated their lives to flight are the focus of the Planes of Fame Air Museum, which is independently operated. Along with exhibits, group tours are led on a daily basis and the facility can be rented for private use.
7000 Merrill Avenue A270 #35, Chino, CA 91710 MoreLess Info
The collection that is the basis of the Yanks Air Museum originally started with just one airplane purchased in 1973. The collection has since grown to include more than 160 aircraft displayed within the Chino airport.
Yanks Air Museum houses exhibits dedicated to American aircraft and artifacts, including those from World War II. Supervised public access is permitted to the restoration hangar, where historic aircraft in the process of being restored can be viewed.