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Long Beach Skatepark Directory

951 Maine Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90813

A small park located not too far from Downtown Long Beach. Consists of three prefab elements and a rail built on top of an old tennis/basketball court. Decent amount of open space for flat land tricks.

Important to note that this park will be redone in 2014, so stay tuned!

1545 W 31st St
Long Beach, CA 90810

West LB's only skatepark. Consists of prefab elements that were originally at "Ghetto", Mike Green Skatepark.

1550 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave
Long Beach, CA

"LBC" Park, getting it's name from the iconic LBC letters in the middle of the large bank. This is a modern street plaza, with a good flow directing riders around the park. Rails, ledges, hubbas, gaps, even a bit of transition. One of Long Beach's best, if not THE best park here.

1435 Orizaba Ave
Long Beach, CA 90804

Teeny-tiny spot that gets crowded, but fun to be had. Quarter pipe, taco, banks, ledges, and a rail. Surface can be slick. Park has a great bunch of locals who call this spot home.

Please note that there is an expansion happening here in 2014.

130 Cherry Ave.
Long Beach 90802

AKA "Cherry" built on an old shuffleboard court with elements that originally came from the now-defunct DIY spot, LB Free.

Cherry is a legendary spot, it's beauty is in it's simplicity and the epicenter of the modern street skate scene. You will see pros here on a daily basis. And who can blame them for being here so much. So close to the ocean combined with near-perfect year round weather, a gem of a spot.

14th St between Pacific and Pine Ave
Long Beach, CA 90813

Named after Mike Green, a promising up-and-coming skater whose life was cut short by gang violence.

Park is divided into three sections: A skatelite halfpipe, street section with concrete banks, and prefab elements. And a mellower end section with another mix of concrete and prefab.

6301 Myrtle Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90805

Long Beach's second and biggest skatepark, home to LBC's only true bowl. Fun clover with three bowls and a fun street section. Bowl is notable for it's faded mural and graffiti.

2800 Studebaker Road
Long Beach, CA 90815

Long Beach's first skatepark, opened in 2000. A legendary spot that is always crowded. You will find a mix of skaters, bikes and scooters here.