If you’re looking for a great place to roller skate in San Diego, you’re in luck!

There are plenty of great places to enjoy this fun activity!

1. Skateworld


With two roller skating rinks in San Diego, CA and Tacoma, WA; Skateworld is the place for fun with family & friends.

With skate sessions for all ages, adult nights, skate school, and other roller sports, there is something for everyone!


6907 Linda Vista Rd San Diego, CA 92111


2101 W Mildred St Tacoma, WA 98466

2. Derby United – Outdoor Roller Rink

Derby United – Outdoor Roller Rink

This space is a one-of-a-kind outdoor roller skating venue! 

Derby United was originally created as a place for roller derby here in San Diego. Since 2020, the space evolved into a full service outdoor roller rink. 

This San Diego roller skating facility offers public skating sessions 5 days a week, instructed classes for adults and kids, birthday parties, specialty event rentals and of course, ROLLER DERBY!

Head over to the menu to find out more about each of our offerings. 

The schedule can vary slightly week to week so please always check our online reservation calendar for the most up to date offerings before heading down to the facility. Walk-ins welcome.


3. YMCA Krause Family Skate & Bike Park

YMCA Krause Family Skate & Bike Park

Krause Family Skate and Bike Park is home to the first permanent track in the world and several professional athletes.

The skatepark is a 60,000 sq. ft. facility that has a variety of ramps for all skill levels.

They have a beginner course, brand new remodeled street course, BMX course, 4-foot mini-ramp with a spine, Dew-Tour vert ramp, concrete pool and skatercross skateboard racing track.

Pro skater Andy Macdonald built the nation’s only skatercross course in San Diego, something he had been planning for 15 years.

This park is open and available for people of all ages and skills to enjoy. Pad up and get on over to the park!

Monday – Friday: 1:00pm-Dark

Saturday – Sunday: 11:00am-Dark

3401 Clairemont Drive San Diego, CA 92117

4. Linda Vista Skate Park

Linda Vista Skate Park

The Linda Vista Skateboard Park open January 2018 and is part of the Linda Vista Community Park.

The park is currently the largest skate park in the San Diego Parks and Recreation system.

There are elements from rails, stairs, ramps, banks, ledges, jumps, and bench-like features to satisfy all skill levels.

Besides the elements, there are several bowls, a full pipe, a street course, lights and a bridge.

The bridge is not only a focal point of the park, it also serves as a view point to watch the skaters.

Other non-skating features include shade structures and sitting/observation areas.

9:00 am to 9:00 pm

Monday through Sunday

7064 Levant Street San Diego, CA 92111

5. Escondido Sports Center

Escondido Sports Center

The Recreation Division provides life-enriching recreational programs and activities for people of all ages, from infants to older adults.

Leisure classes are offered in personal enrichment, music, dance, arts & crafts, swimming, preschool, tennis, and health & fitness; special programs for youth include Before and After School Programs, day camps.

ports activities and leagues including softball, roller hockey, and arena soccer are scheduled seasonally.

The City of Escondido’s Community Services Department invites you to participate in our life-enriching programs to discover the benefits of recreation for yourself and your family. 

Escondido Sports Center

(760) 839-5425 

3315 Bear Valley Parkway Escondido, CA 92025

Office Hours:

Monday – Friday: 3:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Sunday: 1:00 – 6:00 p.m.

 East Valley Community Center

(760) 839-4382

2245 E. Valley Parkway Escondido, CA 92027

Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. 

Saturday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Sunday: Closed to public-Open for private rentals only 

6. Rancho Peñasquitos Skate Park

Rancho Peñasquitos Skate Park

Parent or legal guardian must accompany children under 12 years.

The only devices allowed in a skate park facility are skateboards, roller-skates, roller-blades, and in-line skates.

Any other devices, including but not limited to bicycles, scooters, and motorized vehicles, are unlawful to use in a skate park facility.

Skaters must be in full safety equipment to enter: helmets, elbow and knee pads designed for skateboarding.

Visitors/Spectators not skating are required to remain outside fenced area.

No smoking, alcohol, food or drink, or glass containers allowed inside the skate park

Littering and graffiti are not permitted.

Unauthorized ramps, jumps or obstacles cannot be used inside or outside the skate park area

Animals are not permitted in the skate park.

10111 Carmel Mountain Road San Diego, CA 92129

(858) 538-8131

7. Robb Field Skate Park

Robb Field Skate Park

With 40,000 square feet of concrete, this skate park has something for everyone, regardless of age or skill level, including a “street course” design which features a combination bowl, along with numerous handrails, ledges, blocks, a pump bump and an octagon volcano.

One of the most awesome skateboard parks in Southern California, Robb Field is the first skateboard park constructed and operated by the City of San Diego, designed with input from top local skateboarders.

The Robb Field Skate Park opened in February 2000.

2525 Bacon St San Diego, CA 92107


My name is Patricia Toh. I was born in the southen of China but I live in Hawaii. I work as a translator. I love skating. But in the future, I’d like to try yoga too."

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