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Top 12 Best Skateparks In Sacramento, Cal. (All Details)

Top 10 Best Skateparks In Sacramento, Cal. (All Details)

I often see young people skate recklessly amid busy roads or walking trails of Sacramento. This not only hampers the movement in the streets but also poses a greater risk of getting hurt.

Practicing skateboarding in a skatepark will reduce this type of risk. That’s why I would like to present to you a list of skate parks in Sacramento CA.

In this article, we will provide some basic information about those parks. You will know the address, amenities, opening hours, and riding type if you go through the article. So, without further ado, let’s start reading.

Details of the Best Skateparks in Sacramento


To sort things out, below I listed 12 of the best skateparks in Sacramento, California.

1. 28th and B Street Skate Park

28th and B Street Skate Park is an excellent park with experienced instructors. You may also find a camping facility for 5-18 years old. Qualified instructors supervise and teach skating strategy. Booking the park for birthday parties is one of the best things this park offers.

28th and B Street Skate Park

Features of the park

  • Fun boxes
  • Quarter pipes
  • Grind rails
  • Bowl
  • Manual pad

Restrictions

  • No bikes are allowed

Directions and Routes:

From Downtown Sacramento, the park is just a 9-minute drive via N St and 21st St northeast. You have to take a right turn onto E St, and a left turn onto 28th St toward the park. The park will be on your left.

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Location:Sutter’s Landing Regional Park, Sacramento, CA
Address:20 28th St, Sacramento, CA 95816, United States
Email:28thandbskatepark@cityofsacramento.org
Telephone:+1916-808-6172
Website:http://www.cityofsacramento.org/
Riding Type:skateboards, scooters
Skate Hours:Saturday-Sunday: 1 pm – 8.45 pm;
Monday- Tuesday: Closed;
Wednesday-Friday: 5.45 pm – 8.45 pm
Cost fee:Admission is $3.00
Instructors:Yes
Participants:Up to 150 at a time
Size:30000 square feet
Lights:Yes
Opened:In 2000
Type of skatepark:Indoor

2. Artivio Guerrero Park

Artivio Guerrero Park has some pretty features of concrete surface. Mainly, designers designed the skating zone of this park according to the beginner skill level. As it was designed for newbie skaters, skating with younger members of your family will also be easier.

Features of the park

  • Skating zone for beginners
  • Rails, half pyramid
  • Benches

Restrictions

Directions and Routes:

This park is just near Supreme Pro Wrestling to the south. It’s a 2-minute drive from the Wrestling complex, or you can have just a 5-minute walk to the park as well via 61st St.

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Location:Sacramento, CA
Address:6000 61st St, Sacramento, CA 95824, United States
Telephone:+1 916-808-5200
Website:http://www.cityofsacramento.org/
Riding Type:Skateboards
Skate Hours:Saturday-Friday: 9 am-8 pm
Cost fee:Free
Instructors:No
Participants:Up to 20 at a time
Size:3000 square feet
Lights:Yes
Opened:In 2014
Design:Spohn Ranch
Type of skatepark:Outdoor

3. Granite Skateboard Park

Granite Skateboard Park offers both transition and street plaza. That’s why you will enjoy skating in this park, whatever your skill level is. People of all ages gather here to practice their learned skills or to learn new tricks. This park is known as one of the best skate parks in California.

Features

  • Street plaza
  • 8 Bowls
  • Funboxes
  • Rails
  • Vert
  • Roll-in

Restrictions

  • Don’t use bad language and pick a fight
  • Don’t skate when it is raining, snowing, or the surface is wet

Directions and Routes:

The park is a 14-minute drive from Downtown Sacramento to the southeast. Head east through N St and then Folsom Blvd. Head to Ramona Ave from Folsom Blvd and move a little. The park will be on your right.

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Location:Granite Regional Park, Sacramento, CA
Address:8200 Ramona Ave, Sacramento, CA 95826, United States
Telephone:+1 916-808-5200
Website:https://www.cityofsacramento.org/
Riding Type:skateboards, BMX, scooters
Skate Hours:Saturday-Friday: 8 am-11 pm
Cost fee:$3 per person
Instructors:Yes, Certified.
Participants:Up to 200 at a time
Size:45,000 square feet
Lights:Yes
Opened:2001
Design:Wally Hollyday
Type of skatepark:Outdoor

4. McClatchy Skatepark

This skatepark is suitable for people of all ages. The surface of this skating zone is made of cement. The hips and bank transmission will improve your transition skill if you keep practicing here. Also, kids who can’t skate on skateboards can bring their scooters to enjoy their playtime.

Features

  • Mini ramp
  • Bank
  • Hubbas
  • Handrail
  • Flat rails
  • Quarter pipe
  • Stairs
  • Manual pad

Restrictions

  • No entry without a strapped helmet
  • Children are not allowed inside the skating area without the supervision of guardians

Directions and Routes:

You can access the park from UC Davis Medical Center via X St, Stockton Blvd, and then broadway. Enter 5th Ave from Broadway with a left turn, and get the park onto 33rd St on your left.

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Location:McClatchy Park, Sacramento, CA, USA
Address:3073-3099 33rd St, Sacramento, CA 95817, United States.
Telephone:+1-916-808-6060
Website:https://www.cityofsacramento.org/
Riding Type:Skateboards, scooters
Skate Hours:Saturday-Friday: 7.30 am-9.00 pm
Cost fee:3$ Per Person
Instructors:Yes
Participants:Up to 60 at a time
Size:7,000 square feet
Lights:Yes
Opened:2014
Design:Spohn Ranch
Type of skatepark:Outdoor

5. Orchard Park and Skate Park

It is one of the famous skateparks in Sacramento. The concrete surface pavement is relatively smooth, which helps in easy gliding on the surface.

If you want to learn or do a better transition, the bowl of the skating zone will be quite beneficial for you. The specialty of this park is BMX, scooters, and bikes are allowed inside the skating area.

Orchard Park and Skate Park

Features

Restrictions

  • You must wear a strapped helmet
  • No entry with pet animal

Directions and Routes:

The park is just a 2-minute drive from the Metrocenter in Sacramento. Head toward the park through Gateway Oaks Dr and take a right to the west. Enter the W River Dr after a while with a left turn and the park will be on your left.

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Address:2936 W River Dr, Sacramento, CA 95833, United States.
Telephone:+1 916-808-5200
Website:https://www.cityofsacramento.org/
Riding Type:Skateboards
Skate Hours:Saturday-Friday: 6 am-9 pm
Cost fee:Free
Instructors:Yes
Size:The entire park size is 10.76 Acres
Lights:Yes
Opened:2005
Type of skatepark:Outdoor

6. Reichmuth Skate Park

This skate park is an excellent opportunity for newbie skaters to learn and practice their skills. The hard and concrete surface of this park offers an excellent experience. You can even bring kids from your family if they want to learn to skate.

Features

  • Funboxes
  • Handrails
  • Flat rails
  • Vert

Restrictions

  • No skating after the sunset
  • Don’t use bad language and pick a fight

Directions and Routes:

Get to the park from Shun Fat Supermarket with a 3-minute drive via Gloria Dr to the south. The park will be on your left beside the roadside of Gloria Dr.

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Location:Joseph Reichmuth Park
Address:6135 Gloria Dr, Sacramento, CA 95831, United States.
Telephone:+1-916-808-5200
Website:https://www.cityofsacramento.org/
Riding Type:Skateboards
Skate Hours:Saturday-Friday: 07:00 am- 8:00 pm
Cost fee:Free
Instructors:No
Participants:Up to 20 at a time
Size:4000 square feet
Lights:No
Opened:2011
Type of skatepark:Outdoor

7. Robertson Park Skate Park

Though this skating park is tiny, it offers several outstanding features for skate lovers. All skill-level skaters can enjoy their time skating here. For pro skaters, this park might not be fun. But if you are an intermediate skater, many obstacles will improve your transition skill.

Robertson Park Skate Park

Features

  • Quarter pipe
  • Funbox
  • Bank
  • Handrails
  • Ledges
  • Miniramp
  • Manual Pad
  • Flat rail

Restrictions

Directions and Routes:

The park is just a 3-minute drive from the intersection of Northgate Blvd, and San Juan Rd. Keep San Juan Rd and Silver Eagle Rd to the east and get the park on your left before the intersection of Silver Eagle Rd and Norwood Ave.

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Location:Charles Robertson Park
Address:3525 Norwood Ave, Sacramento, CA 95838, United States
Telephone:916-927-7694
Website:https://www.cityofsacramento.org/
Riding Type:Skateboards
Skate Hours:Under renovation
Cost fee:Free
Instructors:No
Participants:Up to 70 at a time
Size:10500 square feet
Lights:Yes
Opened:2010
Design:Gravity
Type of skatepark:Outdoor

08. Westacre Park

This park consists of a football field, a playground for children, and a skating park. The Skating zone of this park is made of concrete and wood. Mainly, this skating zone is kid-friendly.

If you have children in your family, you can bring them here, so they can learn to skate. But before letting them in the skating zone, ensure they wear proper safety accessories. Otherwise, this skating area could be dangerous for them.

By the way, the park is under renovation and expected to be opened again this year (2023).

Features

  • Half pipe
  • Quarter pipes
  • Funbox
  • Rails
  • Trick decks
  • Roll-in
  • Mini ramp

Restrictions

  • Not allowed with a strapped helmet, safety pads, and slide gloves.
  • No bikes are allowed
  • Don’t pick a fight

Directions and Routes:

You can start from the Gurudwara Sahib Sikh Temple West Sacramento via Evergreen Ave to the east. It’s a 2-minute ride to the end of Evergreen Ave. The park will be on your right.

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Address:1755 Evergreen Ave, West Sacramento, CA 95691, United States
Telephone:+1-916-617-4620
Riding Type:Skateboards
Skate Hours:Saturday-Friday: 7 am-7 pm
Cost fee:Free
Instructors:No
Participants:Up to 50 at a time
Size:8900 square feet
Lights:Yes
Opened:In 2013
Type of skatepark:Outdoor

09. Wild Rose Park

This wild rose park is primarily famous for its specialized snake run. Features of this park will allow you to roll in or roll out quite quickly. Thus, you don’t have to worry about your skill level. You can enjoy the obstacles of this park even if you are a beginner or an advanced-level skater.

Wild Rose Park

Features:

  • Snake run
  • Ledges
  • Quarter pipe
  • Rails
  • Gap
  • Funbox
  • Kicker
  • Roll-in
  • Bank
  • Handrails

Restrictions

  • Skating is not allowed without wearing a helmet and safety pads
  • Pet animals are not permitted inside the skating zone
  • No bikes are allowed

Directions and Routes:

The park is near Natomas Middle School. You can start from here to the northeast via N Park Dr and take a left onto Kankakee Dr. The park will be on your right.

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Location:North Sacramento, CA
Address:5200 Kankakee Dr, Sacramento, CA 95835, United States
Telephone:+19168085200
Website:https://www.cityofsacramento.org/
Riding Type:Skateboards, scooters, bicycles, BMX
Skate Hours:Opens 24 hours
Cost fee:Free
Instructors:No
Participants:Up to 50 at a time
Size:8800 square feet
Lights:No
Opened:In 2015
Design:The Hela Group
Type of skatepark:Outdoor

10. Winner’s Circle Skate Park

Within the 1.89-acre area of Winner’s Circle park, there is a skating zone. That skating portion is a combination of metal and concrete surfaces. If you are a beginner, you can learn new tricks in this excellent skate park.

This park might be pretty small for BMX bikers, but it still is a great place for warming up your newly-learned skating skill.

Features:

  • Bank
  • Hubbas
  • Stairs
  • Quarter
  • Ledges

Restrictions

  • No skating after sunset
  • Must wear safety pads and strapped while skating

Directions and Routes:

From Harley Davidson of Sacramento, the Winner’s Circle Skate Park is straight north via Evergreen St. It’s a 1-minute drive, or you can even take a 6-minute walk to the park. The park will be on your left.

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Location:Winner Circle park
Address:2415 Evergreen St, Sacramento, CA 95815, United States
Email:dday@cityofsacramento.org
Telephone:(916)808-6087
Website:https://www.cityofsacramento.org/
Riding Type:Skateboards
Skate Hours:Open 24 hours a day
Cost fee:Free
Instructors:No
Participants:Up to 20 at a time
Size:3500 square feet
Lights:Security light in the park
Type of skatepark:Outdoor

Conclusion


Most of those above skate parks in Sacramento, Ca, are not supervised. Thus, your safety is all in your hands. Nevertheless, do not skate without a helmet or safety accessories and also without considering the skill level.

When you are a beginner, you won’t be able to cope with the skill level of expert skaters. In this way, there is a risk of getting in their way and causing an unexpected accident.

Also, we will encourage you to visit those parks because you will meet different people of different skill levels. Hence, there is a high opportunity of learning new tricks from those skilled persons.

About the author

Kyle Spinks is a skating enthusiast from Montana. He has been passionate about the sport for over a decade and loves to share his experiences and knowledge with others through his blog, skateupdates.com.

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