Park is one of California's finest public skate parks. Encompassing a
whopping 16,000 square feet, it includes concrete ramps, bowls, grinds and
jumps. Appearing as an artistic sculpture, The Street Plaza features a
deep crater 2 to 3 feet deep for beginners.
Clover Bowl is 5 to 7
feet deep and designed for experienced skaters. The most challenging bowl,
Teardrop, is 8 feet deep.
The park does charge for skate sessions though the
fees are very reasonable, ranging from around $3 - 6 for several hours of
skating (subject to change-check with park). Pro skateboarder Andy
the Coronado Skatepark as one of the best designed skate parks in the
county. The Skatepark overlooks the San Diego Bay and the San Diego-Coronado
Bridge. The project was designed by DesignWorkshop of Tempe, Arizona.
Skatepark is a supervised skate facility, designed for use with skateboards
and in-line skates only. Participants must be 6 years or older to skate.
Helmet, elbow pads, and knee pads are required at all times. A waiver must
be on file and completed prior to skating. Parents must sign in person for
all skaters under 18 years old. Rental Equipment is available. Refreshments
include cold sports drinks, water, candy, and other snacks are available for
purchase at a small snackbar.
If you are
visiting San Diego, you can hop aboard a ferry or take the public bus system
from from the landing of Amtrak Train Station to Coronado to access this
fantastic skate park. It opened in 2001 and received applause from the local
skate crowd with its world-class design. Location: 2000 Mullinex, in
Tidelands Park. Call (619) 522-7342.