Northeast Regional Skatepark
Northeast Regional Skatepark is a 25,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark in El Paso, Texas. The park has many features, including two large bowls, a snake run, and a large street plaza.
|Location||El Paso, Texas|
|Address||11270 McCombs Drive|
El Paso, TX 79901
|Features||Flow bowl, bowl, snake run, street plaza|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, bikes, scooters, skates|
|Hours||8 am to 8 pm|
|Designer/Builder||Site Design Group/California Skateparks|
Northeast Regional Skatepark Overview
Northeast Regional Skatepark is the largest skatepark in El Paso, Texas, spanning over 25,000 square feet. This is a regional destination park with its impressive bowls, snake run, and street plaza.
The street plaza section includes popular features such as handrails, ledges, stairs, hip ramps, grind rails, and manual pads. Skaters can also enjoy a snake run with rolled edges and elevated bumps, perfect for maintaining or transferring speed.
The park also boasts a large flow bowl with ever-changing walls and a central cradle for redirection. The flow bowl connects to a deep bowl with two square sections. It is open daily with no admission fee required, and safety gear is enforced.
The facility is lit and unsupervised. Northeast Regional Skatepark has been open since 2014 at 11270 McCombs Drive in El Paso. The skatepark was designed by SITE Design Group, Inc. and constructed by California Skateparks.
Here’s a video tour of the park: