Garvanza Skatepark is a concrete skatepark located in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, that features a renowned backyard pool-style bowl and a street plaza.
|Location||Highland Park, Los Angeles, California|
|Address||6240 Meridian Street|
Los Angeles, CA 90042
|Features||Bowl, street plaza|
|Size||20,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates|
|Hours||Dawn to dusk|
If you are looking for a hardcore skatepark near downtown Los Angeles, Garvanza Skatepark will deliver. Built with help from the Skatepark Project, Garvanza offers up a nice bowl and expansive street plaza.
LA is a big place with a lot of terrific skaters, and on any given day you’ll likely see some of them shredding this place up.
The amoeba-shaped bowl is 6 feet in the shallow end and 9 feet in the deep end with 6 inches of vert. It has pool coping and tile all the way around.
The street portion of the park includes banks, stairs, handrails, hubbas, Euro gap, and a fun box with a matching rail. There’s also a long curvy quarterpipe backing up to the bowl deck.