Volcom Skate Park of Costa Mesa

 
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Volcom Skate Park of Costa Mesa

General Information

Skatepark Name
Volcom Skate Park of Costa Mesa
Open / Closed
Open
Extra Info
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
Newport Blvd and Arlington Dr.
Postal Code
92627
Latitude
33.67
Longitude
-117.89
City
Costa Mesa
Directions
From the I405 take the Bristl Exit and head south. Turn RIGHT onto NEWPORT BLVD/NEWPORT AVE. Continue to follow NEWPORT BLVD. 0.3 miles and end at Newport Blvd & Arlington Dr. It's in Tewinkle park on your right.

Contacts

Managment
City

Wanted to let Concrete Disciples know that the Volcom Skate Park of Costa Mesa is now open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.



Although Purkiss-Rose gets there name as official designer, there was lots of input from the local skateboarders including Jim Gray who have been working hella hard to get a park in Costa Mesa... something like 10 years.

Costa Mesa also has a new Mobile Skate Park

Age: 5-18

Information (714) 754-5158

The Mobile Skate Park provides skateboarders and inline skaters with a state-ofthe-art skate park three days a week
at various locations around the city. Equipment consists of 2-quarter pipes, 3 wedges, 2 spines, a fun box and rail!
Participants are required to have a signed Waiver & Release Form prior to use of the park. Appropriate safety equipment, including helmet, elbow & kneepads are required at all times.

Access the Cities website at www.ci.costamesa.ca.us to download a copy of the Waiver & Release form and to view April through June calendar for locations and times.

Map

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One of the best in Orange County
Other than the combi pool at Vans, this park has by far the best bowl in Orange County for old-school vert skating. The peanut bowl rides like a mini ramp, and the big bowl's multiple sections of 6-8-9ft walls allow you to learn tricks on progressively larger transitions. The transitions are not overly steep, but are just right for the size of each wall, and the large wall's 9 ft tranny to vert is big enough to blast on. Add in the big corners and hips and there are lines a-plenty for any trick you care to do.

The street section sees heavy usage with a couple of stair-sets, rails, and a good layout of banks. This part of the park is almost always filled with skaters.

Cops frequently patrol the area and roust skaters without pads/helmets, especially if they are minors. The overall vibe is great, lots of chronic-smoking teens lurking about are off-set by heavy grom/parent action. Overall my favorite park, and it's free.
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