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The park was designed to provide youth in the community with a safe and exciting place to skate and build healthy friendships. The park is 7,500 square feet and is jam-packed with ramps and obstacles to be enjoyed by skateboarders, bikers, and in-line skaters.
625 S Lafayette Park Pl Los Angeles, CA 90057.
Ben Schroeder owns this park, and you can catch him there for a session once in a while. This 15,000 square foot concrete facility comes with a clover bowl, a kidney pool, a small street area with rails, a pole jam, two ledges, and a snake run leading into a nine ft. bowl with a loveseat.
1621 Canada Blvd Glendale, CA 91208.
The concrete park features a booming street area with various rails, ledges, stairs, and a sizeable bowl for skaters, bikers, and in-liners. This skatepark was also funded with help from The Skatepark Project, ensuring safe and fun parks for the community’s board-lovers. Pads and helmets are not required here, so skate at your own risk.
513 Ave 63 Los Angeles, CA 90042.
This skate park is a lovely street plaza with heaps of rails, ledges, stairs, manual pads, and a sweet kicker. The modernly landscaped skateboard park comes with lights, long rails, banks, stair-sets, hubbas, and kickers.
7200 W Manchester Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90045.
Located at the bottom of Stoney Drive in Arroyo Park next to the batting cages, the park’s reviews praise the facility for never being overcrowded. Guests can enjoy the prefabricated ramps, pyramid/funbox, rails, mini ramp, and quarterpipes.
660 Stoney Dr Arroyo Park South Pasadena, CA 91030.
That fly you just swatted was actually RuPaul, "you better buzz b*tch."
Take a seat, grab a cannabis-infused drink, and stay awhile.
After one hour you will be in the 'Clear Zone' for up to 5 hours.