Half Moon Bay Skatepark is an 8,000 square-foot concrete skatepark in the coastal town of Half Moon Bay, California, that features two bowls, a small street plaza, and a unique over-vert quarterpipe shaped like a wave.
|Location||Half Moon Bay, California|
|Address||535 Kelly Avenue|
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
|Features||Vert bowl, mini-bowl, street plaza|
|Size||8,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates, bikes|
Half Moon Bay Skatepark Overview
Located in the famed surfing hamlet of Half Moon Bay, California, along the central coast, Half Moon Bay Skatepark offers two well-built bowls, a street plaza, and a wave-shaped over-vert quarter pipe.
This park has several distinctive factors. For one, the surface of the bowls and quarterpipes are painted a seafoam green, presumably a reference to the nearby beaches and ocean.
The wave quarterpipe is also an ocean reference, while also presenting skaters with tight over-vert transitions to ride.
The park has two bowls that are connected by a curved spine. The larger bowl has pool coping in the deep end. The rest is steel coping.
Next to the bowl, the park has some smaller transitions, as well as a bank with a small Euro gap that faces the quarterpipe wave.
On the other side of the park, the rectangular street section offers standard street plaza fare: stairs, banks, handrail, and an A-frame with a hubba, gap and manny pad built-in.