The Chino Grinder is a unique experience and because it doesn't take place in a downtown area, we create our own town vibe!
Camp Chino rises up from the dust and dirt of an old park on the outskirts of town. It's temporary residents are all gearing up to hit the rough and dusty roads of Arizona and swap stories of Chino's ago or air out nerves of the one to come, around a campfire!
Your invited to stay on-site which is both convenient and a fun way to kick off the weekend!
Details: Camping is provided in a designated area and is available Friday night & Saturday night. The cost is $10.00 per night and 100% of that goes to the local high school team. There are NO hook-ups (water/electric/sewage) but you will be hooked up with hundreds of others participating!
Car, tent, camper, van, RV...all are OK
Camp Chino opens at 3pm on Friday September 23rd and closes at 10am Sunday September 25th.
Showers: Thanks to the Town of Chino Valley we are pleased to offer campers, showers!
They will be available, from 2pm-3pm and 7pm-8pm (no entrance 20 mins prior to end time).
Showers are located at: Chino Valley Aquatic Center, 1615 N Road 1 East Chino Valley, AZ 86323
Want to Camp Chino but don't want to drag all of the gear out of storage?!?
Camp TCA is another option !
Camp TCA is located within the Camp Chino designated area and is by reservation only. Contact them directly to book or roll the dice and see if they have any spots available upon arrival!
Not into camping...
There are hotel and rentals for those not camping
Chino Valley: Limited options but most convenient. Book early as they go fast.
Antelope Hills Inn
Prescott: Lots of options. Allow at least 30 minutes to get to venue.
Prescott Regional (15 mins)
Sky Harbor International (~2hrs)