California
Freestyle Zone Skateboard Park
9030 Somerset Blvd.
Bellflower, CA 90706

This 45,000-square-foot park was designed and built by Dave Duncan and Jack Murphy. BMX riders are welcome. Constructed with broadcast-friendly camera locations and facilities for televised contests. Exit Somerset Boulevard east from the 710 freeway or west from the 605. Park is located in the Hollywood Sports Complex. For more information call (562) 867-9600, (562) 920-0618, or (949) 443-9100. Check out hollywoodsports.com.

McVicker Canyon Skatepark
29335 Grand Ave.
Lake Elsinore, CA

This 17,000-square-foot park features a five-foot-tall mini ramp integrated within a clean street course on a concrete pad. The street course features a half pyramid, launch box, a “Euro” ledge, a spine, and an assortment of pads, planters, and grind rails. The park also has a beginner section. There’s a fee to ride, and the park is supervised.

This is TrueRide’s first composite system (wood with Skatelite pro surfaces) skatepark in Southern California. From the I-15, take the Lake Street exit heading west. Lake Street turns into Grand at the intersection with Lakeshore Drive. Stay on Grand, and the park is on the right. For more information call (909) 674-3124 or visit www.trueride.com.

Krause Family YMCA Skatepark (Clairemont)
3401 Clairemont Dr.
Clairemont, CA

The 53,000-square-foot park will feature a dry pool with a maximum depth of ten feet, large beginner and street courses, and spectator bleachers. Skaters who are fans of the Krause Family Skatepark in Mission Valley will approve of this new facility, scheduled to open this summer. Exit Balboa from the 163, 805, or I-15 freeways and go west, or if exiting from the I-5 freeway, go east. Take Clairemont Drive south, and park is on left. For more information, call the Mission Valley YMCA at (619) 298-3576.

Mississippi
South Coast Xtreme Sports Indoor Skatepark

118 Auderer Blvd.
Waveland, MS 39576
(228) 467-8003 Ph
(228) 467-8032 FAX

This indoor skatepark features a full street course, a mini ramp, and an on-site pro shop. There’s a fee to skate, and memberships are available. Pads are required.