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Granite Park Skate ParkGranite Skate Park

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Admission: FREE
Hours: Granite is lighted and is open 8am - 10pm.
Located in Granite Regional Park on Ramona Avenue off of Power Inn Road.- Mapquest Map

See: Granite Skate Park Rules

Northern California’s destination skate park, Granite Skate Park is a 45,000 sq. ft. facility, one of the largest skate parks in the country. The park was designed by award winning skate park designer Wally Hollyday, who included input from local skaters. This premier skate park has a combination of both bowls and a street course. There are eight bowls at Granite that range from novice to expert, with a challenging street course that winds through the park and includes a large plaza area. The bowls include a three-quarter pipe and coping that ranges from steel to the “pool” coping, the depth ranges from three to fifteen feet. The street course includes granite, steel & concrete edging, boxes, “stairs” & rails.

During late spring or early summer, sport lighting will be installed for night riding. additional landscaping will be included, along with other amenities.

See also Granite Regional Park Photos,


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