Sunken Gardens Skatepark, better known as Livermore skatepark can seem small to experienced skateboarders and bikers. But when the park is empty, it is plenty of fun.
Some of the skatepark’s main features include a small half capsule that flows into deep, tight bowls, good coping, ledges, flat bars, and a pyramid. There are also a few fun hips to ollie on or gap.
Livermore skatepark is a pretty smooth surface to ride and can seem a bit too slick for some skaters’ likes. Keep in mind to wear full pads and helmets while there as the security is known to issue tickets quite frequently.
Directions To Livermore Skatepark
Take Highway 580 to North Livermore Exit. Follow North Livermore Avenue for 3 miles or so. N Livermore Avenue will turn into S Livermore Avenue, continue straight and then turn left on Pacific Avenue. Keep going until the end of the street.
Address: 3800 Pacific Ave, Livermore, CA 94550, United States
Phone: 1 (925) 373-5700
Sunday 8:30 a.m. – 9:15 p.m.
Monday 8:30 a.m. – 9:15 p.m.
Tuesday 8:30 a.m. – 9:15 p.m.
Wednesday 8:30 a.m. – 9:15 p.m.
Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 9:15 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. – 9:15 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. – 9:15 p.m.
Other Skateparks Near Livermore, California
Pleasanton Skatepark is about 9 miles from Livermore, only a 20-minute drive away. It’s a perfect place to practice skateboarding for beginners and smaller children.
Inline Skatepark is another park in Pleasanton, California. It’s a short 20-minute drive from Livermore, taking Highway 580 West, and turning onto Highway 680 South.
If you end up getting sick of Livermore Skatepark and don’t want to make the trek to another skatepark, there are still plenty of places to skate in town. Check out some of the wicked street skateboarding spots in Livermore, California.
Best Street Spots In Livermore, California
The Army Rail – 920 Murrieta Blvd.
A really nice circle rail, the Army rail is a low and mellow rail with a six-stair. Bring a camera to capture the perfect grind.
Livermore High School – 600 Maple St.
At the high school, there is a wicked manual pad, as well as a slick 5-foot flat gap. There is plenty of room to get speed before attempting an ollie or flip trick over the gap. Once you see the area you’ll realize that the possibilities are endless.
Granada High School – 400 Wall St.
Granada has a fun shaded spot, featuring a 3-stair up, long-flat, 3-stair down skate line. It’s perfect for flip tricks, manuals, and grinds, if you’re comfortable grinding a kink rail.
In the front of Granada High School is one of Livermore’s most well-known staircases, an 8-stair with plenty of run-up, and boxy cement rails, with a smooth landing.