Channel Street Skatepark - San Pedro, California, U.S.A.

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Channel Street Skatepark - San Pedro, California, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Channel Street Skatepark
Open / Closed
Closed
Extra Info
The local skaters have been the designers, builders, and fund raisers.
Lights
No
Restrooms
No
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
No
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Construction Info

Designer
Locals
Builder
Locals

Location

Address
700 W. Channel St.
Postal Code
90731
Latitude
33.75
Longitude
-118.29
City
San Pedro
Directions
Take I405 to the I110 and go South. Exit. N. Gaffey St. Take a right. to W. Channel St. take another right and as you go under the bridge there's an entrance to the parking lot on your left.

This park is built from the soul of skateboarding. Skaters hand crafting their own skate structures from scratch. Many phases of the park have been ridden and the park keeps growing. The locals are to be highly commended on building a really fun park and welcoming people from everywhere to it.

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Editor review

1 review
Must Skate
I would say this is a must skate park if your ever in Socal. It has grown from a tiny little mound and quarter pipe to a respectable, concrete paradise.
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User reviews

2 reviews
Overall rating
 
3.3
Street Rating
 
2.0
Tranny Rating
 
4.0
Overall Rating
 
4.0
Channel Street is currently closed
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Overall rating
 
3.3
Street Rating
 
1.0
Tranny Rating
 
5.0
Overall Rating
 
4.0
Epic DIY park! Super gnarly with a ton of unique features, the most iconic of which is the doorway. The park is formed by a number of bowls in a row creating an interesting flow that is unique to this park.
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New-school gnar!
The thing about this park is that pretty much every single wall goes to vertical, whether it's 8 feet or 3 feet tall, even the quarter-pipe in the parking lot. If that's what you are into, then this place is a must skate. The concrete is super smooth, there is real stone coping everywhere for true grinding, and 2 fully-formed bowls with interesting shapes/bumps/hips to get after, including the entrance archway for the super-shredder challenge factor.

If you're looking for something less steep, or with bigger or mellower transitions, this is probably not so much the park for you. There is a small section between the bowls with a mini-ramp wall, but it's pretty much the exception. The bowls are much more back-yard pool style than skatepark style, so shred accordingly.
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