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Designed by Grindline Skateparks and built by California Skateparks, this 22,700 square foot park is located on the northwest corner of Alex Road and Foussat Road in Oceanside.

oceanside skatepark 3 San Luis Rey River Trail Oceanside, California, United States, 92058

phone: view phone760-435-5041

fax: view fax760-435-9628

website: Official Site

e-mail: send an e-mail

A big weird clover bowl, a fun little kidney bowl and a fun street section with large banks,euro gaps,ledges and handrails.

3353 Redondo Beach Blvd. Lawndale, California, United States, 90249

Expectations and hopes were running high for this park. The park that surrounds this skatepark held some great skate history. For any Sadland local who sessioned the planters, the thought of a real skatepark here was a perfect idea.

2271 W. Crescent Ave. Anaheim, California, United States, 92801

phone: view phone714-765-3373

website: Official Site

Big staircases,big quarter pipes in a big hole in the ground.

207 Bonita St. Arcadia, California, United States, 91006

Aura skateboard training facility is a private indoor skatepark with high quality custom ramps built by Jim Bell. Skatepark features a competition style street course,world class spine ramp and a wood bowl with pool coping extension. Check it out!

1074 La Mirada Court Vista, California, United States, 92081

phone: view phone760-542-0232

website: Official Site

e-mail: send an e-mail

A hybrid style skatepark that is build into the south slope of the newly constructed 4th Avenue Park
11,119 square feet of skating terrain

553 S. 4th Ave. Avocado Heights, California, United States, 91746

phone: view phone626-968-2666

website: Official Site

The design of the Azusa Skate Park definitely is geared toward the street skater. Ledges, rails, and an abundance of stairs will satisfy the needs of the typical street skater.

320 N. Orange Avenue Azusa, California, United States, 91702

phone: view phone626-812-5280

website: Official Site

This Skatepark is more of a street designed park with the usual banks,stairs and ledges from big to small. The only major transition is two wall rides with a channel between them.

15010 Badillo St Baldwin Park, California, United States, 91706

phone: view phone626-960-7171

fax: view fax626-960-7776

website: Official Site

e-mail: send an e-mail

Not really a skatepark you would want to drive out of your way to but if your coming back from palm springs stop by and check it out.

671 N. San Gorgonio Ave. Repplier Park Banning, California, United States, 92220

website: Official Site

Bassett skatepark is a small skatepark with just a metal pre-fab half pipe,quarter pipe,bank and one flat rail.

510 Vineland Avenue La Puente, California, United States, 91746

phone: view phone626-333-0959

website: Official Site

Skateparks are becoming more common as Skateboarding grows in Southern California and around the world. A Skatepark Directory such as SoCal Skateparks can help you to find the best Skateboard Parks in Southern California. We have put this Skatepark Directory together so that skateboarders in Southern California and around the world can find skateboard parks easier here in SoCal. Skateparks are important to the foundation of skateboarding. In order for skateparks to remain vibrant in SoCal we have to do our best to make sure that the skateparks that are built here are going to be skateparks that our children will want to skate 20 years from now. We want this to be your first choice skatepark directory and hope that all of the skateparks listed here will help you to find your way.

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