Pleasant Valley Skate Park
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1030 Temple Ave
Temple & Ponderosa
next to the Pleasant Valley Aquatic Center
NOTICE: Skate Park Staffing & Fee Changes
We would like to share some updates that effect the rules and fees for our Skate Park.
STAFFING: Pleasant Valley Skate Park will no longer be staffed daily by Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District personnel during all open hours. Effective July 1, 2018, it will be unstaffed/unsupervised, except for Saturday mornings, 10am-2pm to ensure a safe environment for younger aged skaters.
ENTRY FEE: There will no longer be a fee to enter the Skate Park. The Skate Park is now free entry to all as of May 2, 2018. The $5-day pass and $20 annual pass will be discontinued. Current pass holders may contact the District for a refund.
REFUNDS: Refunds will be available for those who have purchased an annual pass to the Skate Park. To receive a refund, pass holders must submit a written request to email@example.com, or mail a letter to Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District, ATTN: Skate Park Pass Refund, 1605 E. Burnley Street, Camarillo, CA 93010. Refund Amount: A 100% refund ($20) will be given to pass holders who purchased their pass between January 1, 2018 to the present. A 50% refund ($10) will be given to pass holders who purchased their pass between July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017. Refund Method: If a pass was purchased with a credit card, the refund will be issued back to the same card. If a pass was purchased with cash or check, the refund will be issued by check and mailed to the original pass purchaser. (Checks may be mailed 1 to 2 weeks after time of refund request, according to the District’s accounts payable schedule).
HOURS OF OPERATION: Effective July 1, 2018, the Skate Park may be used only during daylight hours and will be deemed closed from sunset to 7a.m.
NOTIFICATIONS: All current Skate Park pass holders will be notified of these changes by email, mail, or by phone. It is the duty of the pass holder to request a refund if they wish to receive it.
RULES: All posted rules at the Skate Park as well as District park ordinances, must be complied with at all times. For details visit www.pvrpd.org. If rules are not complied with, Park Patrol or the Police may intervene. If issues arise, the District will close the Skate Park.
The Pleasant Valley Skate Park is a 12,000+ square foot concrete flow park that combines elements of both bowl parks and street plazas. Skate, scooter, bike, or rollerblade on quarter pipes, grinding rails, pyramids, stairs, a funbox, roll-ins, and a 6 foot deep bowl. There are areas designed for beginning, intermediate, and more advanced skaters and bikers.
This is a staffed skate park with specific hours of operation for skating, biking and lessons. The park has specified times for skate lessons, skate boarding and bicycles. Razor scooters are not allowed in the park.
View Spring 2018 Skate Park info
You must wear a helmet while riding inside the park.
- Scooters, skateboards, in-line skates, and bmx style bikes are allowed at designated times.
- No smoking.
- If we observe any vandalism to the skate park, the facility will be closed for a minimum of 48 hours to repair the damage.
- Read our complete list of rules (below)
As a community member and customer of the District, if you notice graffiti or vandalism in our parks please contact us at 482-1996 or 482-5396. Please note that graffiti and vandalism of the Skate Park will result in a temporary facility closure.
- Skating and riding is a Hazardous Activity – skate or ride at your own risk.
- The skate park is for skateboarding, in-line skates, scooters and non-motorized bicycles only. Heelies and wave boards are not allowed in the skate park.
- All users must wear a well maintained commercially manufactured helmet that is securely fastened at all times. Failure to properly wear a helmet will result in loss of park privileges. Helmets are not available for loan or rent.
- Glass containers and food are not allowed inside the skate park. Only clear plastic bottles of water may be brought into the park and must be disposed of in the trash cans provided.
- Alcohol, drugs, and tobacco are not allowed in the skate park. Being under the influence of alcohol/drugs while in the park is prohibited.
- Animals are not allowed inside the skate park.
- No graffiti, tagging, littering, stickers or other items are allowed in the skate park. Graffiti/vandalism of the skate park will result in a minimum 48 hour facility closure.
- Fighting, profanity, and other disruptive behavior will not be tolerated and may result in the loss of Skate Park Pass, facility privileges or facility closure.
- Amplified music, radios, stereos, CD players, speakers, etc. are not allowed in the skate park, unless provided and approved by PVRPD.
- Unauthorized obstacles, materials, or other pieces of equipment are not allowed in the park.
- All equipment used by participants must be in good working condition and not damage the skate park or structures.
- Spectators are not allowed in the bowl, on the stairs or on other skating features. Spectators should remain close to the fence and not interfere with skating. No sitting while inside the skate park. Spectators may be asked to view skaters from outside of the facility during peak times. This is a decision of the on-duty staff.
- The skate park will be closed during inclement weather or when the skating surface is wet or unsafe to use.
- All users must be properly clothed consisting of a shirt, pants or shorts and closed toed shoes.
- Anytime the skate park is locked, it is considered closed. Entry into the skate park while closed will be considered trespassing and penalties could result.
- The Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items while using the facility.
- The District and its employees reserve the right to change, modify and update these rules and facility hours without notice and as needed.
Be courteous to others and welcome new participants. Give everyone a chance to skate or ride.
Skate and ride under control and at your own level at all times.
Do not throw or launch skateboard, bike, inline skates, helmet, equipment or other items.
All trash must be placed in the trash can. Respect your park and others. Clean up after yourself!
Profanity and/or abusive language, fighting and/or disruptive behavior is prohibited and may result in a fine, citation, loss of Skate Park Pass, or removal from the park and/or all District property.
The Skate Park may be closed by staff for the following reasons:
- Park Damage
- Maintenance Needs
- Unacceptable User Behavior
- Continual Violation of Park Rules
- Other Reasons as Determined by Staff
- Is your bike right for our park? Types - Only BMX or Freestyle Bikes are allowed in the facility. Mountain bikes, tandem bikes, 10 speeds, trail bikes or other types of bikes will not be allowed.
- Handlebars – Must have end caps or grips that cover the end of the bars.
- Pedals – Must be aluminum or plastic.
- Pegs – Pegs may be used as long as they are either plastic or aluminum with capped ends. Pegs with holes, grip tape, grooves, or any other type of surface other than smooth aluminum with capped ends or plastic may not be used.
- Brakes – All bikes must have at least one functioning brake.
- Kickstands – Bikes with kickstands will not be allowed.
- Gears – Bikes with multiple gears, and/or moving suspensions are not allowed.
- Attachments -Bikes with toe clips, training wheels, baskets, or other types of carrying compartments will not be allowed
Can I drop my children off?
That is up to your discretion/ judgment. The Skatepark is supervised but children are free to come and go as they desire.
Can I film/ photograph?
It depends on the size and nature of your event. You may need to fill out an outdoor application, special event permit, and/or reservation form. Learn more about reservations >
Can I skate or ride for free?
Yes. Only during special events which are held throughout the year and are free to the public.
Do bikes and skateboards ride at the same time?
No. There are separate times for biking and skating. View our current schedule in the Activity Guide >
Do I need to wear a helmet and/or pads?
Yes. A helmet must be worn at all times while riding. Pads are suggested but not required.
Do you have any contests?
Yes. Information will be posted when available.
Do you offer skateboard or BMX lessons?
Yes we do. Find out more here or in our Activity Guide >
How do I rent the Skate Park?
Contact the Main Office at (805) 482-1996 for rental inquires. You will need to complete the Special Event Application and provide a certificate of Insurance.
How much does it cost to skate/ride?
You must have a pass to enter the park. You may purchase a annual pass for $20 at the Community Center (1605 E. Burnley St.), or purchase a day pass for $5 at the Skatepark. When buying a pass at the Skatepark please have exact change. A parent supervising the child(ren) may enter the park for free. Find out more and Download the Annual Pass Application >
I have a comment/ suggestion/ question.
Call (805) 482-1996
What can I ride in the Skate Park?
Skateboard, BMX style Bikes, scooters, and Rollerblades/ In-Line Skates only. No heelies, no street bikes, and no mountain bikes.
When is the Skate Park open?
Click here to view our current schedule.
Where is the Skate Park located?
At Bob Kildee Community Park
1030 Temple Avenue
Camarillo CA 93010
next to the Pleasant Valley Aquatic Center