Santa Rosa Park
1050 Oak Street
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Phone: (805) 781-7067
The mission of the SLO Skate Park is to provide recreational opportunities at a high-quality, safe skate park for the public of all ages to enjoy and for the community to celebrate.
May 13, 2017 MONSTER SKATE SERIES
COMES TO SLO SKATE PARK
Come out and get your SKATE on at the 2017 Central Coast Monster Skateboard Contest Series!
Boys and Girls of all ages, we have a division for YOU. Time to show and blow up at your favorite skate parks and parade your mad skills to the public and the judges.
$5 to enter best trick contest
9:00 am Registration
10:00 am START
SPRING BREAK SKATE CAMP - THIS EVENT IS FULL
8:30 am - 11:30 am
Skate Camps are designed to help beginner and intermediate skaters learn new skills and utilize skate park terrain in a safe and supervised environment. Beginners have only just started riding and may know one or two tricks, but have not mastered them yet. If your child has been skateboarding for more than 6 months they have passed the beginner level. This class will focus on proper stance, balance, park etiquette, and introductory skills. Required: helmet, knee and elbow pads, athletic shoes, sunscreen and water. SLO Skate Park Shirt and Snack included. *Camps that do not meet minimum enrollment will be cancelled.*
THIS EVENT IS FULL Register now!
WALKING & BIKINGWALKING & BIKING FROM CAL POLY
Cal Poly Students can make their way to the Skate Park from campus by heading down Foothill Boulevard towards Santa Rosa Street. Upon hitting Santa Rosa Street, turn left and go 0.4 miles, then turn left on Oak Street and the destination will be on the left.
From Cal Poly
Students may take the Route 6A bus from Kennedy Library, exiting at Casa and Murray. From the bus stop, walk south down Casa Street towards the back entrance of Santa Rosa Park.
FROM THE US 101
From the US 101 South, merge onto Olive St/CA 1 via EXIT 203A toward Santa Rosa Street. Turn left onto Santa Rosa St. Santa Rosa Park will be on your right.
From the US-101 North, merge onto Osos St/CA 1 via EXIT 203A. Turn left onto Walnut St/CA 1. Take first left onto Santa Rosa Street. Santa Rosa Park will be on your right.