Chino Creek Wetlands & Educational Park field trip

Field trip to Chino Creek Wetlands & Educational Park
Chino Creek Wetlands was created to restore native habitats and natural drainage. The park sits on twenty-two acres with 1.7 miles of trails for hiking. Throughout the park, visitors can explore the wetlands, riparian forest, visitors center or amphitheater.

The Chino Creek Wetlands Educational Park is a great place for children in grades 1-12 to learn about natural habitats and wildlife. Field trip students and Scouts have the opportunity to take part in the Wildlife Observation Study and go exploring on the Nature Walk, as well as participate in three activities chosen by their teacher ahead of time from the park's Activity Guide Programs.

The Chino Creek Wetlands Education Park is perfect for field trips or for Scouts looking to earn their patches/badges. It's also a great place to visit on your day off from work if you're a lover of the outdoors. Visitors can enjoy lunch at one of the many picnic tables scattered throughout the park, bird watch, photograph wildlife in action, hike on trails or check out the pond and its variety of fish.
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Day at Chino Creek Wetlands & Educational Park