The Ojai Skateboard Park is an inground, concrete, 12,500 sq. ft. park that is located on Ojai Avenue next to Chaparral High School. Use of the Skate Park is free and open to skaters from dawn until 10 PM, 365 days a year, except during inclement weather and if other hazardous conditions exist. To report hazardous conditions at the Skate Park please call: (805) 646-5581.
Skate Park Rules
Although the skate park is currently unsupervised, users are required to adhere to posted rules. Click here to view a complete list of Skate Park rules. Persons who violate these rules are subject to citation and or removal from the park.
Using the Park
There is no cost to use the park. In addition to the rules, users do need to comply with our curfew ordinance. Currently, the skate park is unsupervised, but users are required to adhere to posted rules that include wearing protective gear. Anyone wishing to donate toward the new permanent facility for future amenities or who is seeking more information should contact the Ojai Recreation Dept at 805-646-5581, x390.
History of the Park
The Ojai Skate Park opened in February 2000 as a temporary skate park to provide Ojai Valley skateboarders a safe, but challenging place to have fun and practice their skills. The Skate Park was comprised of 7,300 sq. ft. of wood and Skatelite (a wood plastic composite). An agreement between the City and the Ojai Unified School District allowed a permanent inground concrete skateboard park to be constructed and expanded to 12,500 sq. ft. on school district property leased by the City. The City’s Skate Park is on Ojai Ave. next to Chaparral High School.