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Things to do in Chino!

Planes of Fame Air Museum

Chino remains the base of operations for the Museum. Seven hangars house the collection with several additional buildings including the Aviation Discovery Center, the Research Library, the Model Room, and a small theater. Altogether, including structures and outside tarmac displays, the Chino location comprises a 14-acre campus. The collection now numbers close to 160 aircraft, and nearly a quarter of these fly regularly.


Chino Creek Wetlands

The Chino Creek Wetlands and Educational Park (CCP/Park) is located adjacent to the Inland Empire Utilities Agency Headquarters in Chino. The 22 acre park opened in 2007 and was partially funded by a state grant from the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB). The Park was designed to restore native habitat and natural drainage, showcasing the environmental values of the Prado Basin, largest riparian forest in southern California.


Neighborhood Activity Center

The Neighborhood Activity Center (NAC), is centrally located, as a part of the City's Downtown area. The Center is designed to provide centralized recreation programs and services for the Chino community.

The Center offers a boxing gym, an open gymnasium, and multipurpose rooms.


Ayala Park Batting Cages

The Ayala Park Batting Cages are located in Ruben S. Ayala Park, on the north side at Edison Avenue and 12th Street. Tokens can be purchased inside the Ayala Park Operations Center (APOC).