Crowley Lake Skatepark

Crowley Lake Skatepark

Crowley Lake Skatepark is a 12,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark in the Sierra Nevada town of Crowley Lake in Mono County, California. The park includes a bowl and street plaza.

Details

LocationCrowley Lake, Mono County, California
Address58 Pearson Road
Crowley Lake, CA 93546
Coordinates37.566737, -118.740694
FeaturesBowl, street plaza
Size12,000 square feet
Riding AllowedSkateboards, scooters, skates
ConstructionConcrete
HoursDawn to dusk
LightsNo
FenceNo
FeeNo
Phone(760) 932-5440
Opened2018
Design/BuildSpohn Ranch Skateparks

Crowley Lake Skatepark Overview

Crowley Lake is a town on the upper Owens River in southern Mono County, California, about 15 minutes drive south of Mammoth Lakes. The town is located on the short of Crowley Lake.

Crowley
Photos courtesy of Spohn Ranch Skateparks.

Designed by California-based Spohn Ranch Skateparks, the Crowley Lake Skatepark was built in 2018. The park is located along Highway 395, the main route from points south into Mammoth and its skiing and snowboarding bonanza.

Located next to the Crowley Lake Community Center, the unfenced park is open from dawn to dusk daily, and besides offering terrific skate terrain also provides of view of the nearby Sierra Nevada mountains.

Crowley Lake Skatepark

The park offers a wide variety of skateable terrain, for everyone from beginning skaters to advanced rippers. At the south end of the park is a clover-shaped bow with two round sections and a shallow square section. The bowl ranges in depth from 5 feet to 9 feet.

Closer to the road is another, shorter quarter pipe that faces another bank and rail.

Crowley Lake Skatepark

Beyond the bowl, the park has a plaza that features quite a bit of transition terrain. At the north end of the park is a mini ramp with one side inclosed to form a bowl. One wall of the mini-ramp extends south to form a long quarteripe. Across from the quarterpipe is another quarter with a manny pad in the middle of the transition.

Closer to the bowl, on the south side of the skatepark is a bank with a rail and hubba that drops down to a lower level and a tall, thin quarterpipe.

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