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Long Beach Skatepark Directory

Address:
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!

Address:
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.

Address:
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.

Address:
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.

Address:
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.

Address:
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.

Address:
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.

Address:
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.