Costa Mesa Volcom Skatepark

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Costa Mesa Volcom Skatepark

This is a really well rounded park with something for everybody.

Hours of Operation / Fees if Applicable

9:00am to 9:00pm

Contact Information

900 Arlington Dr. Costa Mesa, California, United States 92626

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: 15000 to 20000

Has a Pool?: No

Has a Vert Ramp?: No

Type of Park: Skatepark

Ownership: Public

Do I Have To Pay To Skate?: No

Type of Location: Outdoor


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Costa Mesa Volcom Skatepark

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Costa Mesa Volcom Skatepark


405 to 55 South
Exit Baker Go Right
Bristol Street Go Left
Newport Blvd Go Right
Arlington Drive Go Right
Costa Mesa Skateboard Park is located inside Tewinkle Park.

Costa Mesa Volcom Skatepark Description

This is a really well rounded park with something for everybody. The Vert Bowl (old man section) has a type of V configuration thats unique but still has a place in it for all your classic transition flavors. Its set up so that kids can have fun in it too which is Jim's (not so) secret way of molding the new generation into vertical rippers. To that end he can also be found holding court along with a handful of pros every night. Showing the the youngins how to roll from your mellow tranny 6' to your 7' just to vert, to your X-games wall, and back again through some nice corners over hips and along "now your going faster" steel coping. Only thing not on the menu is Pool Coping which we know can be a maintance issue, but is none the less the greatest thing on earth.

Mini Peanut is garage ramp size and should boost your ego with a whole section of rounded lip so you can roll in as fast as you need to. Then cut you right back down to size as you get snaked by a 10 year old. The park gets crowded but is fun anyway due to the smiles on everybody's face and the nice smooth surface. 

The Street section appears to have all the classics with some sneaky challenges for the guys with pop and the fancy shock absorbers. 

Other points of note include: Transitions Big enough for kneepads. No helmet can lead to a shake down from the police setting the tone at a new park. Heavily Milfy with alot of spectators/hands-on parents. Multiple drinking fountains. And the stained concrete is nice too. Def worth the trip

Review BY: LRGHMN 

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