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Jim Keeffe Skate Park at Highlands County Park

(831)454-7956
Ben Lomond
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8,500 square foot park with seperate area for beginners.Street and bowl style elements.


Address: 8500 Highway 9

Ken Wormhoudt Skate Park

(831)420-5266
Santa Cruz
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     Wormhoudt, Inc. designed the 15,000 square foot park featuring full pipe, two bowls with pool coping and tile, practice bowl and street course with steps, hubba ledges, wall-rides and metal rails.

     Open 9 a.m. to sunset daily. All skaters must wear a helmet, elbow pads, and knee pads and have skateboards and in-line skates with composite wheels only. Bicycles, scooters, and metal skate wheels are not allowed in the skate park. The skate park will be closed during rainy or wet conditions.


Address: 225 San Lorenzo Blvd at Riverside Avenue

Scotts Valley Skate Park

Scotts Valley
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      Have fun and work on your skateboarding skills at this 20,000 square foot state of the art facility. With different levels of difficulty and vertical challenges, this park provides elements for skaters of all abilities.

     The Scotts Valley Skatepark is dedicated to the one and only Tim Brauch. This park is sick one of Wormhoudts best. The bowl is the Main Attraction for sure its got the feel of Sunnyvale and Greenfield mixed together with a lot more depth. Notice the Pool Coping on the vert extension. The metal coping that was used here is a lot better than the traditional stuff that has been used in some of the last parks Zach has designed. I highly recommend stopping by this park if you are ever in the area or even if you got to drive a couple hours. Get ready to go fast some really fun lines await you!

     To get to the Tim Brauch Memorial Skatepark in Scotts Valley from Highway 17 South take the Mount Hermon road Exit. and head right. Continue on Hermon for about a mile and make a right onto Kings Village Road. Follow down to the end of the street and the skate park will be on your left hand side. The address is 361 Kings Village Dr.


Address: 361 Kings Village Road

The Fun Spot Skate Park

(831)420-5270
Santa Cruz
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Skateboards and in-line skates only at this unsupervised park. 14,000 square feet with Ramptech vertical and street course terrain.


Address: Beach Street at Pacific Avenue



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