El Sereno Skatepark is a 12,000 square-foot concrete street plaza-style park located in Los Angeles’ El Sereno neighborhood that’s popular among locals and pro skaters alike.
The park offers a little of everything when it comes to street features, including steps, handrails, hubbas, euro gaps, ledges, rail slides, banks, and mini-ramp quarter pipes.
|Location||El Sereno, Los Angeles, California|
|Address||4721 Klamath Place|
Los Angeles, CA 90032
|Features||Snake run, square bowl, street plaza, banks, rail slide, ledges|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, bikes, scooters, skates|
|Hours||8 am to 8 pm|
El Sereno Skatepark Overview
Previously a spot with modular street features, El Sereno Skatepark was rebuilt by California Skateparks in 2018. What an upgrade!
The park is now one of LA’s best street parks – so much so that it’s not uncommon to see pros tearing it up.
That said, there are plenty of mellow features and a good amount of open space, so the park is relatively beginner-friendly.
Here’s some video from the park: