the Temporary Skate Park is Open
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Temporary Skate Park is open with limited hours and a capacity of 12 skaters at one time. An online reservation system is available, which allows skaters to reserve up to one hour of skate time daily, seven days in advance. The skate park will be open daily from 12:00 noon to 8:00 PM/Sunset. A helmet is required to enter the Malibu Skate Park and must be worn at all times, regardless of age.
You can read the COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for the Temporary Skate Park below, or make a reservation here:
In 2019, the City Council approved the use of the Crummer/Case property adjacent to Malibu Bluffs Park as the location for a temporary skate park, and authorized staff to release a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the design of a 12,500 square-foot permanent skate park on the same property.
The City Council approved the Final Conceptual Design for the Temporary Skate Park on Monday, February 24.
The Temporary Skate Park will open on Friday, July 3, while the Permanent Skate Park is designed and built on the east portion of the property.
Dates and times for Permanent Skate Park Design Meetings will be listed on the right side of this page once available. You can view updates for both projects below.
TEMPORARY SKATE PARK To open Friday, July 3
The Temporary Skate Park located at Malibu Bluffs Park officially opened to the public on Friday, July 3!
The skate park will be open from 12:00 noon to 8:00 PM or Sunset (whichever is earlier) with limited capacity and COVID-19 safety guidelines in place. To help manage the demand, an online reservation system will allow skaters the opportunity to reserve up to one hour of skate time per day.
View photos of the work below and make sure to check back soon for more updates.
At the Regular meeting on February 24, 2020, the City Council approved the Agreement with California Skateparks for the design of a 12,500 square-foot permanent skate park on the east portion of the Crummer/Case Property adjacent to Malibu Bluffs Park.
The design process is expected to begin soon, and will take 10-12 months. The construction of the Permanent Skate Park will begin shortly after the design process is complete and will take an additional 14-16 months. The Permanent Skate Park is expected to open in mid-2022.