Cunningham Regional Skate Park - San Jose, California, U.S.A.

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General Information

Skatepark Name
Cunningham Regional Skate Park
Size (square footage, no comma)
68000 square feet.
BMX
  • yes
Opening Date
April 26, 2008
Open / Closed
  • Open
Lights
No
Restrooms
Yes
Free or Pay
Pay
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
Yes
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Construction Info

Designer

Location

Address
2305 S White Rd.
Postal Code
95148
Latitude
37.34
Longitude
-121.8
City
San Jose
Directions
Cunningham Regional Skate Park: From North Bay: 101 South, Exit Tully Road East, Left into Lake Cunningham Regional ParkFrom the East Bay: 880 South, to 101 South, Exit Tully Road East, Left into Lake Cunningham Regional ParkFrom South San Jose: 87 North, to 280 South, Exit Capital Expressway, Left on Tully, Left into Lake Cunningham Regional ParkFrom West San Jose: 280 South, Exit Capital Expressway, Left on Tully, Left into Lake Cunningham

Contacts

Phone Number
408-794-7528
Managment
  • City

Grand Opening April 26th 2008. Get some! Possibly the largest park in CA.

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Editor review

1 review
Insane park. One of the top 5 in California for sure.
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User reviews

3 reviews
Overall rating
 
4.8
Street Rating
 
4.3(3)
Tranny Rating
 
5.0(3)
Overall Rating
 
5.0(3)
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If you are a tranny skater, it is a dream come true. A fullpipe that connects to a a giant halfpipe, a backyard pool, a square bowl, the skull bowl which is also giant, minibowls, microbowls, and a thumb shaped bowl. What i love about this place is that its too big to be crowded. If you have to wait in line for a particular bowl, just move to one that is empty. You can learn to ride bowls from 1 foot deep to 12 foot deep, so its good for all levels. The street has mellow and steep banks, handrails, ledges. It also has various things you can move around like benches, moveable rails, and wooden manny pads. Its very common to see pros skate here from time to time.

The only thing i can complain about here is that the minibowls get super crowded with scooter kids. These scooter kids have no park etiquette and basically cut you off and snake you all the time.

This is a world class park.
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Just go there!
The street course area is mostly a whole bunch of large banks like skating huge "dream ditches". They have some of the largest banks I've ever seen at a skatepark and they are smooth and fast. There is some ledges, rails, and stairs, but the street area here is more old school. So if you are into doing berts on large banks you will love it here! There is also 3 mini bowls and 2 micro bowls for little kids next to the street course.

The tranny here is everything you could ever want. The full pipe is totally awesome. The travel lodge bowl is like a backyard pool that's as good as you could ever find. The skull bowl is sic! You just need to go here and skate it, you will not be sorry!

Full pads and helmet are required here, but they do rent pads for $5 a day. Best to go here on weekdays to avoid big crowds.

I gave the street rating a 5 because I am old and this is what street skating was for us back in the day. If you are under 40 years old you might argue my street rating....?

This park is having money trouble, so come on out and skate and buy some shirts and other new gear from them at the shop! It would be a huge shame for this park to go down as history......
RJ
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Ridiculous
Best park going.
JR
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