Skate Parks


Come out and shred at the following skate parks and skate-friendly sites:

SoMa West Skate Park

SoMa West Skate Park was designed by Newline and inspired by local street skating spots. It's popular for its many obstacles, including ledges, hubbas, rails, banks, stairs and transitions. More info

6th Avenue Skate Park – Golden Gate Park

A popular destination for local and visiting roller skaters alike, Skatin' Place in Golden Gate Park is located along the JFK Promenade near 6th Avenue and Fulton. More info

Hilltop Skate Park

Originally built in 1979, this was the City’s first public skate park and was renovated in 2016 to meet modern skating standards. More info

Potrero Del Sol

Designed by Dreamland and built by Grindline, this park, located off of Cesar Chavez Street in the Potrero Hill neighborhood, has a large concrete bowl on one side and ramps, rails, and so much more on the other. The park has been a favorite for skaters for years. More info

Balboa Park

Balboa Park Skate Park is an enclosed area with ramps, stairs, rails, mounds, walls, and a small wooden bowl that packs a big punch. More info

UN Plaza

San Francisco's United Nations Plaza, located in the Civic Center area adjacent to Market Street, is the newest street-style skate plaza in San Francisco. A 13,000-square-foot skating plaza, designed by local professional skateboarders and skate park advocates, is filled with elements from iconic skate spots around the City, most of which no longer exist. Its centerpiece, a skateable pyramid, is nod to Place de la République in Paris, a large multi-use pedestrian plaza that incorporates street skating. While several cities in Europe have designed public spaces for pedestrians and skateboarders, San Francisco is now the only U.S. city to adopt a design at this scale that thoughtfully integrates both groups. More info

Waller Street Skate Park - Golden Gate Park

Waller Street Skate Park is the nation’s first street-style skate plaza. It started at the DYI venue and was recently renovated with permanent street elements including granite ledges, k-rails, and an acrylic asphalt coating ideal for a smooth ride. More info