Westpark Skatepark is 20,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark planned for Ventura, California. Designed by Grindline Skateparks, the park has a variety of features, including amoeba bowls, a flowbowl, a large street plaza, and a snake run.
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West Park Skatepark Details
|450 W. Harrison Ave, Ventura, California, 93001
|Amoeba bowl, flow bowl, snake run, street plaza
|20,000 square feet
|Skateboards, scooters, skates
The City of Ventura, California, has approved a design for a new skatepark by Grindline Skateparks to expand the existing skatepark’s size from a modest 3,200 square feet to an impressive 20,000 square feet, marking a six-fold increase.
The new design offers significantly more features than the current park and should please both street skaters and transition skaters – and especially those who like to mix it up.
Built in a large L shape, the skatepark will have bowls at opposing corners: an ameoba bowl that looks to be in the 8 to 10 foot range in the deep end stakes out one corner; the other features a large flow bowl that connects to a snake run.
The street plaza has just about anything you can think of: rails, ledges, banks, China banks, hubbas, quarter pipes, pipe jam, hips, and so on.