La Pintoresca Skatepark is a 6,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark in Pasadena, California, that includes a street plaza with some transition features.
|Address||45 E Washington Boulevard|
Pasadena, CA 91103
|Size||6,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates|
|Hours||6 am to 10 pm|
|Design/Build||Spohn Ranch Skateparks|
La Pintoresca Skatepark Overview
La Pintoresca Skatepark is situated next to a basketball court in Pintoresca Park in suburban Pasadena, California.
The skatepark was remodeled in 2020 to replace its older modular Skatelite ramps and features with a concrete skatepark. SoCal’s Spohn Ranch Skateparks designed and built the new park.
The park is rectangular in shape and features fairly typical street plaza features, with a few flourishes thrown in to spice things up.
A mini quarterpipe runs the entire length of one of the short ends of the park, providing a launch spot for hitting the features in the middle of the park.
At the other end of the park is a raised L-shaped terrace with banks and stairs coming down into the center of the plaza. The banks and stairs have hubbas and a handrail.
In the center of the park is an A-frame with rails and a ramp with a large sphere to ollie over. The flat area also features ledges, a manual pad, a flat rail, and a slappy curb.
La Pintoresca Skatepark is popular with local skaters and can get pretty crowded after school and on weekend afternoons. Plan accordingly.
To find more places to skate in the area, check out our guide to the best Los Angeles skateparks.