National City - Kimball Park Skate Park
Kimball Park Skate Park is a 10,000 square foot skate plaza nestled between a creek and a baseball field just south of San Diego, in National City. What was originally going to be two small skate spots, separated by only a couple hundred feet, ended up being a single project that spans the entire distance, making for a unique, stretched out skate park that allows riders to skate one obstacle after another for hundreds of feet before needing to turn around.
The city previously had a temporary skate park at Kimball Park by the basketball courts. It was removed last fall of 2015 to make way for the new par; designed by SITE Design Group and built by Spohn Ranch. The project cost $1.5 million, paid with money from the city’s general fund. Kimball Skate Park is at 12th Street and D Avenue inside Kimball Park next to the ball fields. It’s open seven days a week from dawn until dusk.