Matteo Baker didn't put “220” in the name of his fitness center just to help people remember its street address. He did it to remind them of his goal for the center's services: to be “second to none.” With body-bolstering services that range from personal training to chiropractic care to nutritional counseling, 220 Fitness and Wellness blends conventional gym practices with holistic wellness therapy to forge a multifaceted approach to health. While in one of three studios or out on the beach, guests can get hearts pumping in one of the center's group classes, including boot camp, cycling, and yoga, each of which take place frequently enough to let latecomers find a fun alternate class and early comers join in the previous class's naptime. When workouts are finished, the modern facility's licensed and certified health practitioners work to help guests recover from or prevent injuries with physical therapy, chiropractic care, and massage therapy.
El Prado Golf Course is actually a pair of 18-hole golf courses, Chino Creek and Butterfield Stage. Though remarkably similar in the way they balance wide open fairways and forested stretches, they differ slightly in length and age—just like their architects, father-and-son team Harry and David Rainville. Rather than place fruit baskets around their course as their first names would imply, the Rainville design team drew up layouts that let newer golfers enjoy the game while their more skilled counterparts lean on touch and control to avoid frequent sand and water hazards. Located just east of Chino Hills National Park, the courses also frequently host visitors such as coyotes, Red Tail Hawks, and Canadian geese that wander onto the property.
Chino Creek Course at a Glance:
Butterfield Stage Course at a Glance: