Chino, California, honors its beginnings as a rich agricultural and ranching center, Rancho Santa Ana del Chino, in the Inland Empire, and now relishes its title as one of the “100 Best Communities for Youth.”  You can still tour working dairy farms and gather local produce at the weekly Chino Auction and Farmer’s Market, and on the same day visit four distinctly different shopping venues, including the Chino Spectrum Marketplace.  Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy visiting the Prado Olympic Shooting Park and playing at Prado Regional Park or the 140-acre Ruben S. Ayala Park, while aeronautic would-be adventurers immerse themselves in history at the Chino Airport Planes of Fame air museum.   And the Chino Boxing Club and Chino Community Theater are major parts of Chino’s downtown heritage.  With satellite branches of Chaffey Community College and the San Bernardino County Library, it still remains true that, in Chino, “Everything Grows.”

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