Manzanita Skatepark Overview

Manzanita Skatepark

Manzanita Skatepark is a 10,000-square-foot concrete park located in Anaheim, California, that offers two bowls and a street plaza.

Details

LocationAnaheim, California
Address1258 North Riviera Street
Anaheim, California 92801
Coordinates33.853193, -117.926720
FeaturesBowl, mini bowl, street plaza, quarter pipe, stairs, handrail, banks, hubbas, ledges, manual pad, flat rail,
Riding AllowedSkateboards
ConstructionConcrete
Hours5:50 am to 10:30 pm
LightsYes
FeeNo
Phone(714) 765-5155
DesignSpohn Ranch Skateparks

Manzanita Skatepark Overview

Manzanita Skatepark
Photo courtesy Spohn Ranch Skateparks.

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.

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.

Manzanita Skatepark
Hitting a rail on the narrow street plaza. Photo courtesy Spohn Ranch Skateparks.
Manzanita Skatepark rail
Flat rail fun. Photo courtesy Spohn Ranch Skateparks.

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.

Manzanita Skatepark flow bowl
Grinding the clamshell in the min-bowl

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.

Manzanita Skatepark
Photo courtesy Spohn Ranch Skateparks.
Manzanita Skatepark bowl
Nose blunt in the bigger bowl. Photo courtesy Spohn Ranch Skateparks.

The large bowl has three lobes with an 8-foot deep end with pool coping. The shallow sections have steel coping.

Cover photo courtesy Spohn Ranch Skateparks.

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