Lemon Grove Skatepark is a 3,500 square-foot concrete park in the San Diego county town of Lemon Grove, California, that is packed with a range of street plaza features.
|Address||3146 School Lane|
Lemon Grove CA 91945
|Size||3,500 square feet|
|Features||Street plaza, quarter pipes, Euro gap, A-frame, curbs, hubba, steps, handrails, flat rails|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates|
|Hours||Dawn to dusk|
Lemon Grove Skatepark Overview
Designed by California Skateparks, Lemon Grove Skatepark is located in downtown Lemon Grove, California. The park is next to the town’s fire station in a small park called Firemans Park, from which the park gets its official name, Firemans Skatepark.
At 3,500 square feet, this is a tight little park that’s packed with features. Arranged in a rectangle, the park has two small quarterpipes at either end.
The plaza between the quarterpipes includes a bunch of modest-scale street features. In the middle, there’s an A-frame with rails and a hubba, a neat Euro gap flanked by banks, rails, and hubbas. Along the edges are plenty of curbs and ledges of different heights.
This isn’t a bucket list park, especially considering San Diego county’s impressive lineup of skateparks. But Lemon Grove Skatepark is a fun little community park and worth a stop if you’re in the neighborhood.