Choinumni Park is located on the Kings River near Trimmer Springs on Pine Flat Road 31 miles east of Fresno. The park is 170 acres with a campground, fishing access, playground and a hiking trail.
Choinumni Park has two group picnic areas, a dump station, picnic tables, BBQs, campsites, including one group camping area and restrooms. Click to view Photo of new tables at group campground.
The park is named after the Choinumni Indian tribe and is pronounced Choy-num-nee.
Summer Hours: April 1st - September 30th from 7 AM to 10 PM
Winter Hours: October 1st - March 31st from 7 AM to 7 PM
Vehicle Entrance Fees
All vehicles must pay an entrance fee, even if the party has a camping reservation:
Entrance fees at all developed Parks is $5 per vehicle.
Annual passes are available for $40 per year and can be purchased at Ace Parking, 2125 Kern Street #101, Fresno, CA 93721 or via on-line at https://cofresnoparks.thepermitstore.com. Please note, a convenience fee of $4.95 will be charged for on-line transactions.
Camping Reservations and Rates
Please call Parks at (559) 600-3004 to make group campsite reservation or for more information. No reservations are needed for single campsites. All single campsites are first come, first serve:
$18 per night per single campsite
$110 per night for group campsite with a 10 vehicle minimum
$5 per night for seniors (age 62 and over, ID required)
$9 per night for Disabled Veterans (valid ID, adjudication letter, Dept. of Defense Form 214 required)
Rules, Regulations and Permits
Information on bounce houses, alcohol and Pets.
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Choinumni Park is 33 miles east of Fresno on Pine Flat Road. Take Highway 180 east from downtown Fresno (Ventura Street) 17.5 miles to Piedra Road, turn left on Piedra Road and drive 8.2 miles to Trimmer Springs Road. Turn right on Trimmer Springs Road and drive one mile to Pine Flat Road. Turn right on Pine Flate Road for 100 yards to the entrance.
26501 Pine Flat Road
Piedra, CA 93649
Choinumni Park was purchased by Fresno County in 1971 with acquisition and development funds from the 1964 State Park Bond Act and Federal Land and Water Conservation Act.
County of Fresno
2220 Tulare Street, 6th Floor, Fresno, CA 93721
Tel: (559) 600-3004 FAX: (559) 600-4552