An area of preserved natural beauty, rolling hills and mountain trails, conservationist efforts in Chino Hills have encouraged wildlife to flourish away from L.A.’s concrete jungle.
Also bordering Orange County and Riverside County, the city is popular among Californians looking for a break from the hubbub of city life. It consistently ranks as one of the best places to live in America—no wonder that nearly 100,000 people call it home.
Founded in 1910 on former farmland, Chino Hills has grown into a small, affluent community, surrounded by miles of trails with an abundance of adventure sports. It’s a veritable paradise on the West Coast—one just waiting to be explored.