Fergusson Park Skatepark

Fergusson Park Skatepark (aka Rialto Skatepark)

Fergusson Park Skatepark is a 16,000-square-foot concrete outdoor skatepark in Rialto, a city in San Bernardino County, California. Also known as Rialto Skatepark, the park includes a street plaza and a bowl.

Details

LocationRialto, California
Address2474 West Casa Grande Drive
Rialto, CA 92377
Coordinates34.158142, -117.420767
FeaturesStreet plaza, bowl
Size16,000 square feet
Riding AllowedSkateboards, scooters, skates, BMX
ConstructionConcrete
Hours6 am to 10 pm
LightsYes
FenceNo
FeeNo
Phone(909) 421-4949
Opened2012
Design/BuildSpohn Ranch Skateparks

Fergusson Park Skatepark Overview

Fergusson Park Skatepark
Photos courtesy of Spohn Ranch Skateparks.

This Rialto skatepark is located in Alec Fergusson Park, on the north side of San Bernardino at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains. Designed by Spohn Ranch Skateparks, the skatepark opened in 2012. The park has lights for night skating and is open until 10 pm each night.

The park is arranged as a square with three cascading tiers. The top-level houses an inground concrete bowl that’s shaped like a P, forming a hip on the inside corner. The bowl has pool coping all the way around.

Rialto Skatepark Bowl
Rialto Skatepark Bowl
Rialto Skatepark Bowl

The lion’s share of the park is a large street plaza filled with features. The plaza includes banks and stairs with handrails and hubbas, ledges, benches, transition features, flat rails, and more.

Fergusson Park Skatepark
Fergusson Park Skatepark

Some of the features are built on a larger scale than you see in most skateparks – for instance, a double set of four stairs with a handrail.

The plaza is notable for artful touches, including a bank with a curved ledge wrapping the top and wave-shaped rails.

The Rialto skatepark also has some nice shade features, which are needed during the hot summers.

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