It looks very small with a bowl, some street rail stuff and some weird triple hump type thing(?!)
- Northern California
- Pleasanton Skatepark #2 - Pleasanton
Pleasanton Skatepark #2 - Pleasanton
Pleasanton Skatepark #2
Open / Closed
www.tanakadesign.com - This (the photos) is from Tanaka Design Group, designer of the 18,000 square foot skatepark.
Free or Pay
Inside or Outside
Are Pads Required?
Stoneridge Dr and Johnson Dr
It's located right off of I-680 at Stoneridge Dr. Opposite side of the Freeway from the mall next to the water treatment plant.
Quarter pipe city!
The concrete work is very good here which says a lot for east bay parks in yuppie-ville towns. This park is mostly a series of long quarter pipe walls from 5'-6.5' tall with some going into 1/4 bowls. There is a 3/4 bowl with a small round bowl connected by a spine. What kinda sucks is the bowl runs down hill and to much flat bottom, but it still can be skated. There's many different large banks that are great for old schoolers into Bert slides! For street skating I'd say it has all the typical stuff and a few surprises. lots of room here and there should be something for everyone unless you are pro. This park does not look that great if you judge it by the photos, so just go skate it if your in the area.