Manzanita Skatepark is a 10,000-square-foot concrete park located in Anaheim, California, that offers two bowls and a street plaza.
|1258 North Riviera Street
Anaheim, California 92801
|Bowl, mini bowl, street plaza, quarter pipe, stairs, handrail, banks, hubbas, ledges, manual pad, flat rail,
|5:50 am to 10:30 pm
|Spohn Ranch Skateparks
Manzanita Skatepark Overview
Manzanita Skatepark, designed and built by Spohn Ranch, opened in Anaheim in 2019. Who needs Disneyland (just three miles south) when you’ve got a sweet park like this to skate. In fact, Orange County has plenty of skateparks in addition to its theme park offerings.
The park was built on a narrow, triangular strip of land next in Manzanita park next to the Riverside Freeway. When built, it was the largest in Anaheim.
The street section has a quarterpipe at the end and a step-up bank with a rail down the middle and bench-style hubbas on the sides.
A long flat rail and manual box run through the narrow section of the park, between the street area and a 3-foot-deep mini-bowl with steel coping, extensions, hips, pump bump, and a clamshell.
The large bowl has three lobes with an 8-foot deep end with pool coping. The shallow sections have steel coping.
For more information on nearby skateparks, check out our Anaheim skatepark guide.
Cover photo courtesy Spohn Ranch Skateparks.