Chevy Chase Skatepark is a 10,550 square-foot concrete skatepark situated in Los Angeles, California, and is comprised of a street plaza and a mini-ramp. Located adjacent to the Chevy Chase Recreation Center, this skatepark is designed for various riding disciplines, including skateboards, scooters, skates, and bikes, with the construction being predominantly concrete and the design carried out by SITE Design Group.
The park features an array of elements catering to different skating styles, including a spine, Hubba, curb, roll-in, corner, quarterpipe, funbox, manualpad, handrail, flatrail, ledge, bank, stairs, and a mini-ramp. This diversity makes Chevy Chase Skatepark suitable for a broad range of skill levels and preferences within the skating community.
Operating from 9 am to 5 pm daily, the skatepark provides free access to enthusiasts. However, it's important to note that there are no lights available for nighttime skating. Safety is prioritized at Chevy Chase Skatepark, as protective gear is required for all riders to ensure a secure and enjoyable experience at the facility.