Goetz Park Skatepark is a 5,000-square-foot concrete outdoor skatepark in Perris, California. The Perris skatepark is a street plaza-style park that includes a mini-flow bowl and long quarterpipe.
|Address||3020 Goetz Road|
Perris, CA 92570
|Size||5,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates|
|Hours||Dawn to Dusk|
|Design/Build||Spohn Ranch Skateparks|
Goetz Park Overview
Goetz Park Skatepark is located in Goetz Park in Perris, a town in California’s Riverside County. The area is about 70 miles east-southeast of Los Angeles and 80 miles north of San Diego and is best known for Lake Perris.
The Perris skatepark was designed by Spohn Ranch Skateparks and features a nice mix of street features and smaller transition features.
One notable touch is that the concrete in the center of the park is stained into a large red “P” for the town’s name. Now the football team won’t need to build one with white rocks on one of the town’s hills!
While a little cheesy, the P shape does give the park a distinctive shape, as a mini-flow bowl transition wraps the edge of the loop in the P.
There’s also a cool bank/quarter pipe, with a brick-like etching on the surface and a mission-style extension in the middle — something that evokes Southern California’s Spanish roots and is fairly common nowadays in SoCal skateparks.
The park’s street features include stairs and banks with hubbas and handrails, ledges, benches, manual pads and a bank that bookends one side.
This video provides a nice overview of the park: