Encino Pedlow Skatepark

SCS Top Rated Skatepark Has A Pool

Pedlow Skatepark

Hours of Operation / Fees if Applicable

Monday - Friday
12:00 noon to Sunset
Saturday - Sunday and Holidays
9:00am - Sunset

Contact Information

Pedlow Field Skatepark 17334 Victory Boulevard Encino, California, United States 91406

phone: view phone818-654-5296

fax: view fax818-756-9649

website: Official Site

Additional Information

Wearing a Helmet Is Enforced: Yes

Wearing Knee Pads is Enforced: Yes

Wearing Elbow Pads Is Enforced: Yes

Has Lights: No

Waiver Required?: No

Gated?: Yes

Surface Type: Concrete

Size: 15000 to 20000

Has a Pool?: Yes

Has a Vert Ramp?: No

Type of Park: Skatepark

Ownership: Public

Do I Have To Pay To Skate?: No

Type of Location: Outdoor


Photos / Overview of the
Encino Pedlow Skatepark

Video(s) of the
Encino Pedlow Skatepark


Fro the 101 and 405 interchange
101 North
Balboa Blvd (go north)
Victory Blvd (Left)
Pass Louise Avenue Make an immediate left into the Pedlow Skatepark

Encino Pedlow Skatepark Description

Pedlow Skatepark Pool
The pool is wide open and has a mellow shallow end and a deep end that is 9.5' to 10' deep. There are tons of lines and working the deep end is not a problem. The coping is set perfectly and the trannys are great. The shallow has a huge roll-in where closing out the pool with a nice shallow would probably be a better idea. All in all a fun pool and will be a great pool for the locals to advance their pool skating. The pool really reminded me of an old 70's skatepark pool similar to the old Vista Skatepark keyhole and wide open like the Dog Bowl at Marina. As good as the Dog Bowl, no, but still good. If the shallow end was as good as the deep end the pool would have been killer!
Pedlow Snake (bowl) Run
The snake run is not a true snake run but is fun to go down high speed. Once you hit the bowl you can make it all the way back up it you are going fast enough. You can ride the run like a tight half-pipe. The run is all steel coping and ranges from about 1' to 5' deep with some vert sections.The old section of the skatepark features some nice looking 4' banks with rounded lips that are within the reservoir section but the cement is slow, the flow is difficult at best, and the transitions are lousy. In phase II which opened in May of 2005 they did add a nice small half-pipe section that is about 3 1/2 deep and the trannys are smooth compared to the rest of the old sections of the park

Bottom Line: If you are a pool skater it is worth going to check out the pool. I really liked it and so I leave it up to you to check it out and see if it is worthy to visit more than once.. The new skate-run is by no means a reason to travel to this park and the old section of the park is definately not something to go out of your way to skate.

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