Indoor Skateboard Parks in California

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As the popularity of skateboarding has dramatically increased over the years, more and more communities are turning to both public and privately operated skateparks. Fortunately for year-round skateboarders, the demand is so high that a number of indoor parks have opened up around the country to serve skateboarders during the winter months. The state of California, one of the birthplaces of modern skateboarding, is no exception.

Epic Indoor Skate Park

  • The Epic Indoor Skate Park is a privately owned and operated skatepark in the city of Rocklin, about 30 minutes north of Sacramento. The massive, entirely indoor facility is over 36,000 sq. ft. in size and has an array of ramps and other features for both street and vert style skaters, such as a 65 foot mini-ramp, a concrete "sushi dish," a Euro-gap, massive combination bowl as well as a spacious street section with rhythm sections, pyramids, multiple ledges, rails and manual boxes. A daily fee and helmet are required for entry. A fully stocked skate shop is also found on site.

    Epic Indoor Skate Park
    1104 Tinker Road
    Rocklin, CA 95765
    916-408-4200
    epicindoorskate.com

Vans Skate Park

  • The Vans Skate Park is in the city of Orange, about 36 minutes outside of Los Angeles. The park is owned and operated by the Vans Shoe Company and first opened its doors to skaters in 1997. RCMC Skatepark Group designed the 40,000 sq. ft. park that is home to an array of multi-surface features including a massive combi-bowl, 80 ft wide mini-ramp, a pee-wee area for beginners and a huge street section complete with stairs, banks, manual boxes, hips and gaps. Helmets are required for every skater, with full pads required for skaters under 18. Rentals, lessons, a video arcade and skate shop are also found on-site.

    Vans Skate Park
    20 City Boulevard West
    Orange, CA 92868-3103
    714-769-3800
    vans.com

6TwentyOne Skate Park

  • The 6TwentyOne Skate Park is an indoor park attached to the 6TwentyOne Skate shop in Livermore, about an hour east of San Francisco. The park is suitable for skaters of all abilities with beginner a friendly mini-ramp as well as a concrete street course. Lessons are available for those just starting out as well as intermediate skaters looking to improve on the latest tricks. The skate shop is only a few steps away to take care of any rental or hardware needs. Helmets are required.

    6TwentyOne Skate Park
    2321 1st Street
    Livermore, CA 94550
    925-455-06216
    twentyone.com

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