Once known to serve the dairy produce demand for much of the southwestern United States, Chino has transformed into quiet suburban living. The dairy farms that once took over majority of the city have been converted into residential homes and parks. Freeway accessibility is high with the 71 and 60 freeways running through so you will always be close to a freeway. Going back to World War II, Chino’s now private airport was formerly home of Cal Aero Academy that once trained 10,000 pilots before the end of the war. Many of the planes used in the war are housed at the Planes of Fame Air Museum where you can see a piece of aviation and US history. Just down the road is Prado Regional Park, a outdoor recreation area full of camping, fishing, hiking, biking, golfing, horseback riding and much more. To tour a home for sale in Chino that you would like to see, contact us today!
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