Skate Parks: In recognition of the growing skateboarding community, the City of San Jose is home to six public skate parks, including California's largest skate park, Lake Cunningham Regional Skate Park which features the world's largest cradle, tallest vert wall, and largest full pipe. The 68,000 square foot skatepark features eleven different bowls that range from beginner level to expert level and includes two thimbles, a flow section and a street course. The park cost $4.7 million to build.
BMX, hard tail MTB, dirt, and freestyle bikes are allowed.
Location: 2305 S. White Rd. San Jose, CA 95148.
Lake Cunningham Regional Skate Park is located at the southeast corner inside of Lake Cunningham Regional Park in east San Josť. Park entrance gates can be found on Tully Road and S. White Road (marked by Raging Waters signs); the skate park is located next to Parking Lot A.
(Van's Skate Park in Orange is a mere 20,000 square feet)