The lake

Anglers fish at the edge of the lake at Prado Park Wednesday morning.

The first in a series of public meetings to discuss the parks master plan for the 2,000-acre Prado Regional Park in south Chino will be held 5 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30 at the Chino Hills Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive.

Attendees may bring children who will be offered activities, food, prizes and a chance to create and submit art for a contest called “My Perfect Park.”

There are approximately 1,500 unused acres of the park on the east side of the lake and residents are being asked to provide input on amenities that would make the park a great place to visit.

The county wants to increase visitor usage and revenue through modernized grounds, facilities, and concession opportunities, according to a staff report.

Maps will be on display and surveys will be handed out.

“We’re excited about what the future holds for this beautiful gem of our county,” Board of Supervisors Chairman Curt Hagman said. 

Mr. Hagman said he is looking forward to receiving community feedback about how the park can be improved to better meet the needs of visitors.

Supervisor Hagman, a former Chino Hills mayor and councilman, represents the fourth district which includes Prado Regional Park.

Information: Kristina Stevens, 387-2757 or visit

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