La Mesa Skatepark is a concrete skatepark in the east county San Diego town of La Mesa, California. The park features banks, quarterpipes, and various street plaza elements.
|Location||La Masita Park|
|Address||8855 Dallas Street|
La Mesa, CA 91942
|Features||Banks, quarterpipes, hips, stairs, handrail, hubbas|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, bikes, scooters, skates|
|Hours||Dawn to dusk|
La Mesa Skatepark Overview
La Mesa Skatepark is located in the town’s La Masita Park, near the John A. Davis Family YMCA and the Junior Seau Sports Complex.
The park is a bit odd, with most of the skateable features arranged along two sides of a massive square slab of concrete.
The park features two long walls arranged at a right angle and connected by a curved quarterpipe with steel coping. The walls are a mix of banks, stairs, and transitions. The stairs have a handrail down the middle and hubbas on each side.
There are some ledges and curbs on top of one of the walls and there’s a funbox with a hip and hubba down one side.
With the profusion of skateparks in San Diego in recent years, the La Mesa park probably isn’t one you’d visit if you’re not from the area, but it’s still a popular skate spot for locals.