Lot 11 Skatepark is a 38,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark in Miami, Florida, and is regarded by many as the best in the state. The skatepark includes multiple bowls and a large street plaza with a blend of transition and street features.
|Address||301-349 NW 2nd Street|
Miami, FL 33128
|Features||Bowls, street plaza|
|Size||38,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates, bikes|
|Hours||11 am – 9 pm|
|Design/Build||American Ramp Company/Pivot Custom|
Lot 11 Skatepark Overview
Located under an Interstate 95 expressway bridge near downtown Miami, Lot 11 Skatepark has the urban vibe of Portland’s Burnside or San Diego’s Washington Street Skatepark but was designed and built by professional skatepark companies, so lacks the DIY quirkiness/roughness.
One highlight of the park is its large combi bowl, which has a large square section and a round deep section. The coping on the bowl is a mix of steel and pool coping, and portions of the bowl have pool tile.
Surrounding the bowl is a massive street plaza. The plaza is a maze of decks, banks, transitions and various street features mixed in. You’ll find pretty much any street feature you can think of here: fun boxes, rails, hips, stairs, manual pads, ledges, quarter pipes…you name it.
One rare touch in the skatepark’s design is that some of the ledges and hubbas are made from granite marble — fancy!