Fremont Skatepark is a 30,000 square-foot concrete skatepark in Fremont, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area. The skatepark is located in Fremont’s Central Park and is one of the Bay Area’s premier skateparks.
|Location||Central Park, Fremont, California|
|Address||40500 Paseo Padre Parkway|
Fremont, CA 94538
|Features||Kidney bowl, combi bowl, minibowl, street plazas, snakerun|
|Size||30,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, skates|
|Hours||Dawn to dusk (or 8 p.m.)|
Fremont Skatepark Overview
Designed by Wormhoundt, Fremont Skatepark cost $2.2 million and first opened in 2013. The skatepark is located in Fremont’s Central Park and is one of the Bay Area’s premier skateparks.
This is a big skatepark that’s packed with features. The park has a huge street plaza, with just about every street feature you could think of – banks, stairs, hips, ledges, handrails, pyramids, funboxes, and so on.
One portion of the street plaza takes up a long rectangular space on one side of the park.
There’s another distinct street plaza in the center of the park, that is surrounded by planters and trees but connects.
Photos in the gallery above are courtesy of Rich Landscapes.
Fremont Skatepark has several bowls, including a large kidney bowl, a combi pool, and a mini bowl. There’s also a snake run. At the entrance of the park is an iconic sign that also serves as a narrow quarterpipe with tons of vert.
This virtual flyover of the park will give you an idea of how impressive it is: