Edinburg Skatepark is a 12,000-foot-concrete outdoor skatepark in Edinburg, Texas, which features a street plaza and a large flow bowl. Located near the US-Mexican border, the skatepark is Edinburg’s second park and the largest in Texas’ Rio Grand Valley.
|Address||300 East Mark South Pena Drive|
Edinburg, TX 78539
|Features||Flow bolw, street plaza|
|Size||12,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates|
|Hours||Dawn to dusk|
|Design/Build||Spohn Ranch Skateparks|
Edinburg Skatepark Overview
Edinburg Skatepark is centrally located in Edinburg in the northeast corner of South Park near the intersection of E. Freddy Gonzalez Drive and Stadium Drive.
The skatepark is laid out in a large square and does a nice job of mixing street plaza-style features with transition elements. The skatepark is divided into two sections, a street plaza, and a flow bowl.
The street plaza, which is closed to a small shade structure, has quarterpipes running around most of the perimeter, which curves to form bowl corners and hips in places. One section even forms a small mini-half that’s included as a square bowl on one side.
The center of the street plaza includes your typical park street skating features, including banks, rails, ledges, stairs, benches, and manual pads.
The flow bowl is on the side of Edinburg Skatepark opposite the shade structure. It has two depths, one around 3 feet and another around 6 feet (couldn’t find exact specs). The bowl includes hips, a spine, and a small capsule.