Skate park programs
Summer Program Registration is now open! Register in person at Malibu Bluffs Park or online at MalibuCity.org/Register.
Parent and Me Skate Day
Ages 2 - 6
Saturday, August 5
9 - 11 AM
Girls Skate Clinic
Ages 8 - 13
Sunday, August 6
9 - 11 AM
Summer Day Camps
Weekly Sessions, June 13 - August 17
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
All skaters must wear helmets, elbow pads, knee pads, and wristguards and bring a skateboard.
SKATE Park Information
The Temporary Skate Park is located at 24250 Pacific Coast Hwy and open daily from 8:00 AM - Sunset.
Skate Park users are required to bring their own helmet and must wear it at all times while inside the Skate Park. Users must review and adhere to the Skate Park rules.
Permanent Skate Park udpates
The Parks and Recreation Commission approved the Preliminary Design for the Permanent Skate Park at the Regular Meeting on November 17, 2020, and the amenities at the Special Meeting on January 21, 2021. Watch the Commission meetings or the Public Design meetings by visiting the City's YouTube Channel.
On January 3, 2023, the Community Services Department submitted a Coastal Development Permit (CDP) for the proposed Malibu Bluffs Park Permanent Skatepark. The City Planning Department and City agencies are reviewing the proposed plans. Once the project is deemed complete and consistent with the City’s Local Coastal Program, there will be a Planning Commission public hearing for the CDP application. The City anticipates the Planning Commission hearing will occur in the summer of 2023.
View the Preliminary Design and Design Consultant Presentations using the links below:
Skate Park Hours and Information
The Temporary Skate Park is open daily from 8:00 AM to sunset. Helmets are required at all times. City staff will monitor the Skate Park during operating hours.
For immediate assistance related to the Skate Park, call 310-317-1364.
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 February 24, 2020.
The Temporary Skate Park opened on July 3, 2020, while the Permanent Skate Park is being designed and built on the east portion of the property.