Check your local skateboarding spot in San Diego.
Find the nearest skatepark with bowls, ramps, rails, half-pipes, and fun obstacles.
4 and 6 foot half pipe, pyramid with rail, a small amount quarter pipes, two boxes, and a kink rail and flat rail in back.
This is one of the best skateparks in San Diego.
Carmel Valley Skate Park
A high-quality skateboard park in an excellent location. This park is only a couple of minutes East of the 5 Freeway (Del Mar Exit).
The park is adjacent to the Carmel Valley Department of the San Diego Police Station.
Poway Skate Park
Concrete skatepark located in Poway Town Center.
This is an excellent skatepark. It can be crowded. The set up the park is not conducive to many skaters.
This is one of the few San Diego area skateparks with lights.
One of the oldest continuously operating skateparks in the San Diego area.
This park can be great for beginners and intermediates due to the family-friendly environment. Also, the ramps are on the smaller side.
Cal Oaks Skatepark - California Oaks Sports Park
I15 north from San Diego. Exit right, Cal Oaks right on Lincoln and you are here.
How Crowded? 1
Are pads required to skate?: full pads
Does it cost money to skate?: no
Brawley Skatepark - Blake Davis Skateboard Park
This is a fairly just made park. It is situated in the North/Central part of our city. It’s not a giant park but it is very awesome to skate. We have had some professionals come down to skate and it is the biggest park so far in the Imperial Valley.