Chino Skatepark

SCS Top Rated Skatepark Has Lights Skatepark Has A Pool

Chino Skatepark

Chino Skatepark

The Chino Skatepark has terrain for skateboarders of all styles from street to vert to pool rider.

Hours of Operation / Fees if Applicable

Dawn to 10:00pm

Contact Information

14225 Central Avenue Chino, California, United States 91710

phone: view phone909-334-3257

website: Official Site

Additional Information

Wearing a Helmet Is Enforced: Yes

Wearing Knee Pads is Enforced: Yes

Wearing Elbow Pads Is Enforced: Yes

Has Lights: Yes

Waiver Required?: No

Gated?: Yes

Surface Type: Concrete

Size: 25000 to 30000

Has a Pool?: Yes

Has a Vert Ramp?: No

Type of Park: Skatepark

Ownership: Public

Do I Have To Pay To Skate?: No

Type of Location: Outdoor


Photos / Overview of the
Chino Skatepark

Video(s) of the
Chino Skatepark


From the 57 and 91 interchange:
91 East
71 North
Exit Soquel Canyon Pkwy (R)
Soquel Canyon Pkwy becomes Central Ave
Edison (R)
Skatepark is on the right inside Ayala Park

Chino Skatepark Description

The Chino Skatepark has terrain for skateboarders of all styles from street to vert to pool rider. The Site Design group pulled through with a Killer design and once again California Skateparks did a great job of providing us with a smooth and fast skatepark. The skatepark is not perfect but to date the skatepark will most likely be considered the best overall skatepark that SoCal has to offer.

Features of the skatepark include a 3 leaf clover bowl with tile and pool coping, a 9' square bowl, a huge endless flow section with banks and bowls ranging from 4' to 7', and a decent banked street section. This is one of those skateparks you will want to skate again and again. The skatepark is layed out well and the lines are endless. 

Bottom Line:
The Chino Skatepark is definately worth the road trip if you do not live in the area. If you have hit Fontana and liked that skatepark you will not be disappointed with the Chino Skatepark. My only complaints are that the diameter and depths of the Clover Pool should have been increased and that the upper section and the wicked waterfall that leads into the 9' sqare bowl were not designed as good as they could have been. Overall, the street kids and tranny bros should be way stoked on this one. -MH-

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