Concord Skate Park is situated near Monument Boulevard, at the intersection of Cowell Road and San Miguel Lane. This state-of-the-art facility of 14,000 square feet was designed for skaters by skaters. For all abilities the different elements offer challenges and tricks. Skateboards, skates on rollers, inline skates and electric scooters are all welcome. Proper safety equipment is also needed.



When School is in Session: 1:30 p.m. to Dusk

During School Breaks: 8 a.m. to Dusk

Weekends: 8 a.m. to Dusk

The Skate Park is closed to the general public while training camps or clinics are in operation during the summer, varying from weekday hours. The Skate Park may also be closed for special events/ occassions or at the discretion of Concord Police for rule violations.

Your  kids will definitely love it here! There are always a lot of kids from different ages riding their skateboard, bikes, and scooters. It can get pretty busy and crowded especially during summer season and kids are out of school. This can be a good hangout for kids so they will stay out of trouble and enjoy riding their skateboard freely.

It’s also considered a nice place for little kids, big kids as well as teenagers.  Anyone who likes active sports would definitely enjoy this park. The skill level here is great for beginners.  Plus, there is a good mix of skateboarders and scooters. It has a cool urban feel to it with Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) trains zipping by every 5 to 10 minutes right above the park.

This well-known attraction is located near the following offices in Concord, California:

  • Concord Naval Weapons Station
  • Baldwin Community Park
  • Buchanan Field Airport 
  • Dave Brubeck Park 
  • Don Francisco Galindo House 
  • Lime Ridge Open Space 
  • Markham Regional Arboretum 
  • Newhall Community Park

All of these wonderful offices are located just a short distance from our location on Boulevard Circle in historic Walnut Creek, California.