Santa Monica High School, located at 601 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405.
Host to the infamous greek pool gap.
there is also tons of stairs and rails, including everything from an 11, 14, 5, 7, 2, you name it.
In the greek theater there are ledges a little lower than knee high. These are good for lines and
just fun in general. Bring wax.
Located on the beach a block or two north of Pico blvd or 4 blocks south of the Santa
The seven has a perfect landing and is fun for everyone.
Nearby there is a 5 and a 4 for people who don't feel up to skating the 7. There is a ledge (frontside
for goofy, backside for reg skaters) leading out over the 7 but you have to gap it since there is a big chunk
taken out. The run up to the 7 is sloped and then levels out for "easier speed" This is really fun since
you don't have to push to gain speed. Watch out for pedestrians since it is located on the
beach walk path. I have never been kicked out of here and I skate here often.
Located at 25th and Wilshire.
A recreational park that has a surprisingly large amout of obstacles. Uufortunately, during summer there are water
fountains in the skate area, but its ok to skate after 6. It has lights for night skateing. Some
of the obstacles are a grass gap on two sides, low ledges mid shin high. Because
its a park, be prepared for little kids and their bitchy mothers. Ice cream truck is there until about 5.
Paul Revere Middle School
address: Sunset Blvd. and Allenford
description: A middle school which has been skated since the 70's . There are banks at the upper part of the school the biggest
one being about 12 feet high. Inside the school is a nice six stair and five stair hand rails also a 3 flat 2, and the "Koston
Gap" seen in "Yeah Right" It is a roof over a 5 foot long, 1 story high gap and over a 3 foot rail. To get inside you must
climb a gate, but sometimes it is open if you are lucky.