Camarillo Skatepark

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Once inside, the skatepark itself is a little battered and worn (there’s even some cement rot) however the setup is pretty solid starting with a decent sized end-to-end street course that features 5ft transitions and banks at one end, a central funbox with a tonne of grindable/slidable edges, some hubba’s and a couple of pyramid humps. At the other end is a series of deliciously wide stairs, a couple of banks and a long slow handrail slow. The highlight tho is the cracking 5ft bowl that rounds out the setup. Its a rather broad and open affair, but it features beautifully slow transitions and so much lip you’d think it was a teenager… boom tish! It’s pretty fun and perfect for a lazy jam, well worth the $5 entry.

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There’s plenty of parking right beside the skatepark and some epic grassy parklands surrounding… even a public swimming pool. If that doesn’t seal the deal there’s also a some solid BBQ facilites.

Camarillo Skatepark is part of the Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District, so is also known as the Pleasant Valley Skatepark.
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Sammy says

This skatepark may look really smooth and fun, but its actually quite rough. There is a bowl there that I thought would be really fun, but when you drop in you dont get enough speed to go to the other side. The best thing about this park is the humps in the middle and the worst bit is how rough it is. I think young kids should scoot here because it is way too rough to skate there. This skatepark is expensive for what it is and you might be better off checking out Fillmore which is only a 25 minute drive or so from here.

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California, Skateparks, Southern California, United States

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