Orlando Skatepark is a 26,000-square-foot concrete skatepark in Orlando, Florida. The skatepark includes a massive flow bowl area, a Mickey Mouse-shaped pool, and a street plaza.
|Location||Castaic, Los Angeles County, California|
|Address||31230 Castaic Rd,|
Castaic, CA 91384
|Features||Flow bowl, Street plaza|
|Size||7,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates|
|Design/Build||Site Design Group|
The Orlando Skate Park is a large, transition-heavy skatepark in Orlando, Florida. Designed by SITE Design Group, Inc. and opened in 2005, the park spans over 26,000 square feet and includes a beginner’s area/street plaza, a large flow course, and a bowl with round sections that make it look like Mickey Mouse-how appropriate!
The beginner’s area features a 4′ tall half-pipe, a mini hubba ledge, and a mini handrail, making it perfect for kids and new skaters. The flow course measures 8,000 square feet and offers skaters a variety of challenging elements, including a spine, hips, pockets, and big extensions.
The bowl is equipped with painted pool coping and tile and features a 6′ deep shallow end with a round and square pocket and a 9′ deep round end. Between the Mickey Mouse bowl and the flow bowl, the bulk of the features in the park are focused on transition skating.
The Orlando Skate Park is well-lit, and safety gear is enforced to ensure a safe and fun environment for all skaters. The park is open seven days a week, and admission fees are required.
The city website provides information about the hours of operation, admission fees, and safety rules.
The Orlando Skate Park is located at 400 Festival Way, Orlando, FL 32803, and can be reached at (407) 246-2800. It is a great destination for skateboarders of all levels and provides a unique and exciting riding experience.
Here’s some old bowl contest footage from the park: