Montclair Skatepark

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Montclair Skatepark

Montclair Skatepark

The Montclair Skatepark is a relatively small skatepark but is a great park for both beginners and advanced skateboarders.

Hours of Operation / Fees if Applicable

8:00am - 10:00pm

Contact Information

5111 Benito Street Alma Hofman Park Montclair, California, United States 91763

phone: view phone909-625-9402

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: Yes

Waiver Required?: No

Gated?: Yes

Surface Type: Concrete

Size: 10000 to 15000

Has a Pool?: No

Has a Vert Ramp?: No

Type of Park: Skatepark

Ownership: Public

Do I Have To Pay To Skate?: No

Type of Location: Outdoor


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Montclair Skatepark

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Montclair Skatepark


From Los Angeles:
10 Fwy East
Exit Central Ave go right
Benito go right
The skatepark is located 2 blocks up on the left.

Montclair Skatepark Description

The Montclair Skatepark is a relatively small skatepark but is a great park for both beginners and advanced skateboarders. There are really only 2 areas at the skatepark a nice mellow flow section to warm up in or for skaters to learn the basics of skateboarding and a combination bowl. The combination bowl is really 2 bowl runs connected by a long spine that runs between the bowls.

The bowl on the southside of the spine is 3' to 5' in the shallow with nice corners and on the high wall escalators on both sides. The shallow leads into a keyhole that is about 10' deep with a foot of vert in most spots and rides very similar to the big bowl in the Fontana combination bowl but the bowl holds you in much better than the one at Fontana.

The bowl to the north of the spine is about 4' in the shallow and leads into a somewhat square bowl that is about 7 to 8 ft deep. This bowl run does not flow too well from shallow to deep as it has a small annoying waterfall that breaks up your speed coming back from the deep.

The spine between the 2 bowl runs is quite long an actually wraps into about a 2' section of the keyhole on the south. Some skaters have put up some red taped arrows pointing to the spine so be sure to check them or you may find yourself popping over the spine thinking you are popping out to the platform.

Bottom Line
I really like the Montclair Skatepark. My favorite part of the skatepark is the bowl run on the south side of the park and the flow section. The flow section is a blast to fly through if the park is not too crowded. The park is well suited for the beginning skateboarder and advanced skateboarder so go check it out for yourself. 

One more thing, thanks to the Tony Hawk Foundation and the local skateboarders in the Montclair area for helping make this skatepark a success! 

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