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Skaters Point Skatepark - Santa Barbara, Southern California, United States
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 Skaters Point Skatepark - Santa Barbara, Southern California, United States
Skater?s Point Skatepark Ledges - Photo by J. Greenwood


 Skaters Point Skatepark - Santa Barbara, Southern California, United States
Skater?s Point Skatepark Bowl - Photo by J. Greenwood


 Skaters Point Skatepark - Santa Barbara, Southern California, United States
Skater?s Point Skatepark Street Course - Photo by J. Greenwood



Santa Barbara Skatepark is a fairly typical landscape architect designed park. There is nothing that sets this place apart from most other parks except the amount of ledges. They are everywhere. The bowl gets almost 6 feet deep and has good coping and transitions. (At least they've gotten better at that) The pyramid in the middle is real good. All in all it's a fun park but only covers the beginners to intermediate riders needs.
J. Greenwood

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Overall Rating: 7
Tranny Rating: 6
Street Rating: 7
Average Reader Rating: 7 (5 votes)
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Designer: Purkiss-Rose
Builder:
Address: 100 E. Cabrillo Ave.
Phone Number:
E-mail Contact:
Website: Click Here for Official Site
Lights: No
Restrooms:
Free or Pay: Free
Inside or outside: Outside
Are pads Required: Yes
Riding Surface Material: Concrete
Is there a ProShop on site?: No
The skatepark is (approx.): 14,600
Date Opened: 2000-08-01
Directions:  Print Directions


From the US Route 101 take the Garden St. Exit and head west toward the ocean. Go all the way until the end. There will be a parking lot straight ahead (pay) and the park is just to the right. There is some free parking along the street next to the park.
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