With beautiful views, 17 parks, and great schools, Chino California is an up-and-coming community. Formerly a rural area of dairy farms, Chino still enjoys a touch of rural charm. Amy’s Farm is a working farm that gives tours by appointment, and produce can be purchased at the Claremont Green Market.
Chino is located in San Bernardino Valley near major highways and two airports — Chino Airport and Ontario International Airport. With aviation playing a major role in Chino, the city is home to two air museums — Planes of Fame and Yank Air Museum.
Happy 100th birthday to Chino! Founded in 1910, the city is having a year-long celebration complete with a May Day celebration, a festival, parades, and a time capsule ceremony at the end of the year.
Ready to live in a family-friendly city? Chino is an award-winning city with shopping areas, theaters, and several restaurants. In addition to city parks, there’s a community center, senior center, and an activity center. Chino is a great city to call home.