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Billabong Skatepark 
 
 
Per SkateBoardPark.com: "...small mini ramp about 4 feet located inside the Billabong Retail Store" We found no further information on this park, so if you have a URL or other information about it, please let us know at webmaster@killerorange.com.  Costa Mesa
Etnies Skate Park of Lake Forest 
 
 
"Skateboards and rollerblades are allowed in the park, along with BMX bicycles equipped with required safety equipment during specified hours. Razor scooters and motorized scooters are not allowed in the Skatepark.... Thanks to a donation from Sole Technologies/Etnies, Skatepark fees have been waived for the first year. All that is required to utilize the Skatepark is a signed waiver, helmet, knee and elbow pads."  Lake Forest
Harada Skateboard Park 
 
 
In Corona. According to SoCalSkateParks.com: "The Harada Skateboard park features a winding wide open snake run that runs into 2 half-pipe style bowls that are separated by a huge spine. The skatepark also has a fun 8' keyhole, 5' sqare bowl, and a small little kidney. There are ledges, hubbas, rails, stairs, and other street elements throughout the skatepark. The concrete is relatively smooth/kinkless and there is plenty of terrain to keep you amused for awhile."  Corona
Laguna Hills Community Center 
 
 
"The Laguna Hills Community Center is the focal point of the City’s recreational, leisure, and cultural interests. The 43,000 square foot building includes a gymnasium, fossil exhibit, Rotating Art Gallery, and Technology Branch of the Orange County Public Library. The Center also provides a large banquet facility referred to as the 'Heritage Room', a full-functioning catering kitchen, two classroom facilities, an Art Room, and a Physical Activity Room. These rooms are available for rent through the Community Services Coordinator who handles facility rental.... The accompanying Sports Complex features a softball field, baseball field, soccer field, Skate Park, roller hockey rink, snack bar, picnic shelter, and a Prehistoric Playground. The Skate Park and Prehistoric Playground are open to the public and the roller hockey rink is contracted with California Street Hockey Association. The snack bar is run by Laguna Hills High School Boosters."  Laguna Hills
Laguna Niguel Skateboard & Soccer Park 
 
 
"The Laguna Niguel Skate and Soccer Park features a 20,000 square foot concrete skateboard park and a synthetic grass soccer field. The soccer field is the City’s second to feature synthetic grass. The synthetic grass is made of polypropylene fibers backfilled with crumb rubber. The surface is yielding and non-abrasive and can be used immediately following rain. The field is usable year round, with no down time for maintenance."  Laguna Niguel
Santa Ana Skate Park 
 
 
Per Caliskatz.com: "The Santa Ana Skate Park is constructed for the street skater full of stairs, rails, ledges and so on this place is a street skaters dream. There is a huge 11 stair with a rail and also a 7 stair with a rail and hubbas. Street skaters this skatepark is a must if your in the area."  Santa Ana
Vans Skate Parks 
 
 
Vans Skatepark at The Block at Orange features: "The Combi Pool · A replica of the original Combi pool which was located at the Upland Pipeline skatepark in California during the early 1980's and believed to be one of the best pools in skateboarding history. · Features 9'9" transitions and is 11 1/2' deep. Pee-Wee Area · Specifically designed for young kids and beginners in order to develop their skills in a less intimidating environment. · Features a mini street course area. · Contains all the same obstacles as the pro street course only on a smaller scale. Mini Ramp · 60' long, 6' tall cement mini ramp. · One end has extensions and the also has a channel gap with coping extended over the channel. Pro Street Course · The 20,000 sq. ft. indoor street course features an array of skateable features including a combination of quarter-pipes and banks, adjustable height hand-rails, fun boxes and pyramids. Outdoor Street Course · Features lots of hand-rails, cement ledges, stairs, and more, all with an industrial feel. · Designed for technical street skaters. Vert Ramp · The 80' wide ramp features two distinct sections. The first 48' section of the ramp consists of 10'3" tall transitions with 1'9" of vert mixed with various interchangeable extensions. The remaining 32' section consists of 11' tall transitions with 2' of vert and includes a 5'roll in deck that creates a channel. · Skate Lite surface"  Orange
The Volcom Skate Park of Costa Mesa 
 
 
"Our goal is for your safe enjoyment of this facility. The City of Costa Mesa and Volcom are proud to present this Skate Park to you. Please be courteous of others and have a safe skating experience." Click here to view the Costa Mesa Volcom Skate Park slide show. Per SkateBoardPark.com: "I went down to the park and ran into Tony Froud, Jim Grey, Tom Miyao, Aaron, Bently, Chuck Holtz, George Wally and many more. Good livin just like old times. Got a few new pics of the park to check out. Looks like the only rule was to wear helmets pretty much." Also an article in SkateBoardingMagazine.com here.  Costa Mesa
Volcom SkatePark 
 
 
"The Volcom skatepark is a private training facility for our team and friends to skate on a regular basis. This is the second skatepark at Volcom. We tore down the 1st park in February in order to move into a new warehouse. The new park took 6 weeks to build and is significantly better than its predecessor. The new park was unveiled to the public at the world premiere of Chichagof back in May. It features a 12 and half foot vert bowl, with 14 foot extensions, a smaller 4 and 5 foot bowl that spills into the street course, a step up gap, and several banks, boxes, rails, and hips. Though the park is private, there are events every so often that allow anyone to skate it. The park will play host to the Damn Am vert contest as well as Volcom's Wild in the Parks contest series. So keep your eyes and ears peeled, and your chance will come to skate the stomping ground of the Volcom skate team. Use the live web cams below to check out the action." We do not have an address for this. If you have more information, please e-mail webmaster@killerorange.com.  
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