Montclair Skatepark - Montclair, California, U.S.A.

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Montclair Skatepark - Montclair, California, U.S.A.
Tristan Rennie - Photo J. Greenwood

General Information

Skatepark Name
Montclair Skatepark
Open / Closed
Open
Lights
Yes
Restrooms
Yes
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
Yes
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Construction Info

Designer
Purkiss-Rose

Location

Address
Poulsen Ave. and Benito St.
Postal Code
91763
Latitude
34.07
Longitude
-117.69
City
Montclair
Directions
Exit I10 (between the 57 and I15 east of LA approx. 20 miles) at Central Ave. Go South to Benito. Take a right and the park is on your left just about 1/4 mile. You will see it from the street.

Contacts

Managment
City

The Montclair skateparks is really good if you like bowls. The concrete is laid excellently, the trannies are near perfection, the steel coping (unfortunately no pool coping) is lined perfectly, and the layout offers a nice little variety with the long spine dividing the 2 bowls. I would liken the deep bowl as being easy to ride like Fontana's but with a little bit more depth.The street course is pretty wimpy. I almost got excited at the first pictures I saw because of the bank to wall ride, but the bank is really flat and spaced enough away from the wall that riding it is very hard. Small rails and gaps, ledges, and banks. The location is convenient off the 10 freeway except the police on right on top of you as they live next door and they are constantly monitoring this park and writing pad tickets.- J. Greenwood

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The Montclair skateparks is really good if you like bowls. The concrete is laid excellently, the trannies are near perfection, the steel coping (unfortunately no pool coping) is lined perfectly, and the layout offers a nice little variety with the long spine dividing the 2 bowls. I would liken the deep bowl as being easy to ride like Fontana's but with a little bit more depth.

The street course is pretty wimpy. I almost got excited at the first pictures I saw because of the bank to wall ride, but the bank is really flat and spaced enough away from the wall that riding it is very hard. Small rails and gaps, ledges, and banks.

The location is convenient off the 10 freeway except the police on right on top of you as they live next door and they are constantly monitoring this park and writing pad tickets.

- J. Greenwood
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