- Address: 702 S 30th St, San Diego, CA 92113, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-6192351125
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids, Peak
Tucked in the Memorial Park Club, the Memorial Skatepark is a neighbourhood skating venue where both the local enthusiasts and the tourists can enjoy skating and skateboarding free of cost. The park is spacious enough for featuring the old school 3-9 feet Keyhole Bowl, the flow section, Volcano, and the stretched Snake Run. The Keyhole Bowl is quite challenging with the tight and high walls. There is also a street course where you can practise amid the ledges, transitions and obstacles like Quarter Pipes, Pool Coping, and Metal Coping. The concrete flooring and the smooth features are perfect for everyone coming at Memorial Skatepark for recreational purpose or for serious practice.
- Bus 12 to stop - National Av & 30th St
- Bus 3 to stop - Ocean View Bl & 30th St
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Been going here for years, love it best park ever.
Another flawed master piece. The park suffers of poorly laid concrete and misplaced street features. I still give it a 4 because it has so much to offer. There is something for every skill level, you could literally skate your first time and work your way to expert here. It has a nice flow area and a snake run that goes from 3 foot mellow transitions to 8 foot vert with intermediate bits in between. Lots of hips and pockets to shred and there's a really nice keyhole bowl with pool coping. If you come here, give every corner a try, there are fun surprises all over. And give yourself time to adjust to the weird concrete. You will find your niche. Oh, bring a broom and dust pan.
The concrete is laid just fine and the obstacles are set up so you can cruise around and hit everything.
Adults hanging around smoking weed and skating. Must watch your kids or they will come home high from the 2nd hand smoke.
Good park over all but I could use a better pool.