You'll have a good time rolling around this park if no one gets in your way which is sort of unlikely. The transitions are good, the coping is good, the layout is good, but the size is lacking once again. Nothing to shred over 5 maybe 6 feet tops. So it's a great park for beginner to intermediate riders.
It's free, concrete, outdoors, and at least helmets are required, maybe more!
I'll make this review short and sweet. Skip this park and head to Laguna Niguel instead. Laguna Niguel is just a few miles down the same road.
Laguna Hills is free, unsupervised, and the pad requirements seem to be rarely enforced. It's very small, and it has some street obstacles and a small bowl area - maybe 4-5 foot deep at best. Pink concrete - way punk rock! Major crash up derby factor when it's crowded.
This place is good as a warm up for Laguna Niguel, but that's about it. I wouldn't make a special trip to skate it.
- reviewed by Takahashi -