Lake Street Skatepark is a 7,000-square-foot concrete skatepark in Los Angeles, California, that includes a mini ramp and street plaza. This in-ground concrete park in 2019 replaced the previous iteration, which was modular ramps on a cement pad. Amen for progress!
Lake Street Skatepark Overview
Lake Street Skatepark is located next to the Lake Street Community Center, in LA’s historic Filipinotown District, just south of downtown. This is one of the more central skateparks in LA. Design by Spohn Ramp, the park offers a mix of street and transition features.
The street plaza is bookended by quarterpipes, with one backed up by a concrete trash enclosure that seen some sick ollie to stall action. Inside the plaza are banks, stairs, handrails, hubbas, an A-frame, manny pads, flat rails and more.
Lake Street Skatepark’s mini ramp, which looks to be around 5-feet tall, is enclosed on one in with bowl corners. It also has a hip on one wall. The ramp has steel pool coping all around.
Here’s a tour of the park, from the guys at Braille Skateboarding: