Chino Hills State Park (CHSP) is a great place to ride mountain bikes! The Park covers 14,102 acres of various topographies, but as the name implies, is mostly hills. Amongst these hills are over 65 miles of trails of various types from the wide dirt roads to the more technical single tracks. Even though there are some very steep hills where it is difficult sometimes to keep within the posted speed limit in the Park, please be careful. The speed limit is 15 mph on all of the roads and trails.
There are five trails in CHSP that are closed to bikes. They are:
If you are unfamiliar with CHSP the first thing you should do is get a online map or maps can usually be found within the park at the bulletin boards which are located at:
Now that you have your map decide where you want to go. As you can see, the trails on the map are marked in miles from the Rolling M Ranch. You also have to decide where you want to start from.
Things to look out for besides the beautiful views, are flora and fauna. Some of the flora: poison oak; and fauna: rattlesnakes, scorpions, bobcats and cougars. Please remember that this is their house; you are a visitor.