Culver City Skatepark is a 13,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark located in Culver City, California, a city within the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area. Located in Culver City Park, the skatepark includes a street plaza and a backyard pool-style bowl.
|Location||Culver City Park, Culver City, California|
|Address||9910 Jefferson Boulevard|
Culver City, CA 90230
|Features||Vert bowl, street plaza|
|Size||13,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates|
|Designer||SITE Design Group|
Culver City Skatepark Overview
Long an epicenter for movie making, Culver City has boomed in recent years as other industries have set up shop in this erstwhile industrial park of a town. Apparently, someone realized that concrete is the future.
Opened in 2007, Culver City Skatepark is an early entrant into Los Angeles’s new generation of concrete skateparks. The skatepark is centrally located in Culver City Park, just off Jefferson Boulevard. It was designed by SITE Design Group and built by California Skateparks.
If you are a transition junky, the park’s clover bowl is the highlight. It has two tight 6-foot pockets and a 9.5 to 10-foot deep end.
The park also has an expansive street plaza, offering a nice mix of street and transition features. This includes quarterpipes, banks, handrails, hubbas, stairs, ledges, manny pads and more.
The video below show a nice montage of street riding in the park.