Santa Clarita Skatepark - Santa Clarita, California, U.S.A.

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Santa Clarita Skatepark - Santa Clarita, California, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Santa Clarita Skatepark
BMX
  • yes
Open / Closed
  • Open
Extra Info
Lights
Yes
Restrooms
Yes
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Construction Info

Designer

Location

Address
20850 Centre Pointe Parkway
Postal Code
91350
Latitude
34.41
Longitude
-118.5
City
Santa Clarita
Directions
the City's Sports Complex at 20850 Centre Pointe Parkway.

Contacts

Managment
  • City

4/24/09

This park is sick! You definitely want to check this one out.

The bowls, they are vert. The round bowl is about 9 1/2 ft kinda small but easy to ride. There's not really any flat so the lip radius is tight. It is like the Skatelab bowl with another foot of height.

The square is probably 10 1/2 ft maybe 11. More vert and some flat so it can be half piped, but most use it to return through the pipe. NO one checks to see if anyone is dropping in from down there at the other end of the bowl.

There is a ton of street stuff. Ledges, stairs, planters, banks, manual pads, etc.

There a also 2 snake/ditch runs. They are pretty fun too. I have not hit them much because they have been too crowded.

This is a must ride park. - J. Greenwood

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Editor review

1 review
(Updated: April 16, 2022)
Overall rating
 
5.0
Street Rating
 
5.0
Tranny Rating
 
5.0
Overall Rating
 
5.0
4/24/09

This park is sick! You definitely want to check this one out.

The bowls, they are vert. The round bowl is about 9 1/2 ft kinda small but easy to ride. Theres not really any flat so the lip radius is tight. It is like the Skatelab bowl with another foot of height.

The square is probably 10 1/2 ft maybe 11. More vert and some flat so it can be half piped, but most use it to return through the pipe. NO one checks to see if anyone is dropping in from down there at the other end of the bowl.

There is a ton of street stuff. Ledges, stairs, planters, banks, manual pads, etc.

There a also 2 snake/ditch runs. They are pretty fun too. I have not hit them much because they have been too crowded.

This is a must ride park.
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This is a really good park. I didnt give it a 5 because there is really nothing that gets you super excited or sets it apart. Its kinda just another configuration of the standards you want in a park. Good design, good flow, and smooth cement. The U pipe is probably the coolest feature. Small snake run, bigger bowl corner chute, banks, hips, ledges, and tranny ranging from tiny to huge. Middle section with rails and stairs. Its kinda out of the way from LA but worth making the stop. It does get really crowded around noon. Lights up at night.
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Easily the best skatepark I've ever been to. I may not be that good at skating, but even I found plenty of great things to do here. The bowl section was a completely new experience for me, and it was a great one. Don't expect to be here by yourself though, if you go REALLY early in the morning on a weekday, then you might be the only one out of a couple other people, but the majority of the time this place can be packed. Which isn't as big of a deal given its size, but still. You've gotta try this park out if you haven't already.
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If you go early on a weekend beware of Grom hours. Call first. The U bowl is a covered U pipe that spills into a bowl on one end and a two pocket bowl on the other. It is good for the vert fans.
If you start at the top of the park, there is a little halfpipe snake that flows into a brick stamped section around a big 4 type thing into a ditch section which sends you into a section with different sized walls and a planter 1/4 pipe.
There is a "stage" in the middle with ledges, wedges and euros.
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