Skateboarding

Skateboarding at Shady Rest Park

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  • The small skatepark at Shady Rest Park is a perfect place for beginners and small kids (with supervision) to test their balance and talents on smooth surfaces and a variety of mellow features. There's a pyramid, a bowled quarter pipe, a flat down flat rail and a road barrier with a transition. Between the old-growth Jeffrey pines and the grassy playing fields, the setting is peaceful and shady. There are restrooms, water, picnic tables and a playground nearby. And there's never much of a crowd. Bikes are welcome too!

  • The small skatepark at Shady Rest Park is a perfect place for beginners and small kids (with supervision) to test their balance and talents on smooth surfaces and a variety of mellow features. There's a pyramid, a bowled quarter pipe, a flat down flat rail and a road barrier with a transition. Between the old-growth Jeffrey pines and the grassy playing fields, the setting is peaceful and shady. There are restrooms, water, picnic tables and a playground nearby. And there's never much of a crowd. Bikes are welcome too!

  • Experience Checklist

    • First-aid kit
    • Helmet
    • Pads and gloves
    • Practical shoes
    • Skateboard
    • Skate Tool
    • Smartphone
    • Sunglasses
    • Sunscreen/lip protector
    • Water

    Public Services

    Experience Information

    Trail Length
    0.3 miles
    Trail Surface
    Mixed
    Duration
    Less than 4 hours

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  • Hours/Season: Day use only | Year Round 

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