Ramona Ave. and Power Inn Road
Sacramento, CA 95812
This skate park features a three-quarter pipe that feeds into a large round bowl on one end and an oververt pocket with a square bowl on the other. This is just a sampling of what this park has to offer Sacto skaters. This park is the real deal, and has earned its place at top of NorCal skate parks. Hours of operations are Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
3525 Norwood Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95838
A world class skate park in Natomas, Charles Robertson Park has an adventure play area, a tot play area, and sports fields to go along with this skate park on over 9 acres. Adjacent to the Robertson Community Center, the park has all the bells and whistles of a top notch community center fit for all ages.
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20 28th St.
Sacramento, CA 95816
This park is an indoor park that features eight different bowls from easy to expert, a long street course, a three-quarter pipe, and plenty of rails. The park is shielded from the rain, heat and other elements. Just three bucks gets you into one of the most comfortable parks in Sacramento. Plenty of instructionals go down here, and the general public is welcome Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. and 1 p.m. – 6 p.m on Saturday and Sunday.
2220 Tanzanite Way
Sacramento, CA 95834
This Natomas park is another all-purpose park. The skate park features high drops and deep bowls for the skateboarded in your family. There are also grill areas and a dog park. Parking can get rough, so get there early. Various area sports teams practice in this dog-friendly park.
3500 5th Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95817
Also known as Oak Park, this project is an incredible example of positive urban renewal. The 7,000 sq. ft, skate park used to be home to drug dealers and criminal activity. Now, the park in an all-inclusive facility, with baseball diamonds, basketball courts, kid-friendly play areas and yes, of course, some of the best skating in NorCal. Happy shredding.
These parks contribute to the foothold that skating has on our fair community. Skaters throughout the state come through to visit our parks, and they’re in your very backyard. Don’t stand on the sidelines – come feel these parks. They’re yours for experiencing.