Chevy Chase Skatepark is a 10,550 square-foot concrete skatepark in Los Angeles, California, featuring a street plaza and mini-ramp.
|Location||Chevy Chase Park, Los Angeles, California|
|Address||4165 Chevy Chase Drive|
Los Angeles, CA 90039
|Features||Street plaza, mini ramp, quarter pipes, A-frame, steps, handrail, flat rail, hips, hubbas, manny pad, ledges and more|
|Size||10,550 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates, bikes|
|Designer||SITE Design Group|
|Hours||Varies (call for hours)|
Chevy Chase Skatepark Overview
Located smack dab in the middle of the East Los Angeles skate scene, Chevy Chase Skatepark plays an outsized role in modern skate culture. The park was designed by SITE Design Group and is located next to the Chevy Chase Recreation Center.
You’ll see tons of videos of pros and hopefuls ripping this street park to shreds on Instagram and YouTube. See the video of Andy Anderson below for an example.
The park is a fairly standard modern street plaza design, with a concrete mini ramp thrown in for kicks.
The park has quarterpipes, banks, hips, ledges, china bank, stairs, handrails, flat rails, an A-frame with a gap and matching rail and hubba, and lots more.