Lincoln Park Skate Spot is a 3,500-square-foot concrete skatepark in Long Beach, California, that includes a street plaza. The park, designed by Spohn Ranch Skateparks, opened in 2022 as part of a major renovation of Lincoln Park.
|Location||Long Beach, California|
|Address||65 Pacific Avenue|
Long Beach, CA 90802
|Size||3,500 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates|
|Designer||Spohn Ranch Skateparks|
|Hours||Dawn am to 10 pm|
Lincoln Park Skate Spot Overview
One of the smaller high-quality Los Angeles-area skateparks, Lincoln Park Skate Spot tucks a lot of street features into its 3,500 square feet. The park includes two small quarterpipes that bookend the plaza, ledges and manny pads, and a couple of rails.
Some of the boundaries of the park are wrapped in China bank/rail slide combos, which both set the skatepark apart from the rest of Lincoln Park and provide skatable terrain.
Based on its name, this park is often confused with another LA County park, Lincoln Park Skatepark, which opened in Upland in 2011.
Here’s a walkthrough of Lincoln Park Skate Spot with David Reyes, from Spohn Ranch: