San Clemente Reopens Skate Park Monday June 1 2020

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The City of San Clemente reopens San Clemente Ralphs Skate Court on Monday June 1 2020.

The Reopening of the Skate Court is in alignment with the soft reopening plan approved by San Clemente City Council.
To minimize large gatherings, which is currently not allowed per State and County guidelines, the skatepark and the court area will be monitored by City staff to comply with these guidelines.

Skatepark Open Daily 8:00am-8:00pm

San Clemente Skate Park Reopening Rules

10 Skateboarders per session

Observers are required to observe in Designating Spaces
Required to maintain adequate social distancing

Skateboarders Must Complete Online Release and Liability Waiver
Waiver is Online
For minors, the online reservation must be completed by a legal parent/guardian who is 18 years or older.

Skaters Must Check-In with Staff Before Entering Court
Staff will verify completion of the waiver to gain entry onto the court.
The waiver form is only required to be completed once per skater.
After completion, skaters are permitted to utilize the court without reservations or registration, court space permitting.

Skaters are Required to Wear Protective Equipment
Elbow & Knee Pads and Helmets are Required
Individuals without proper equipment will not be authorized to enter the park

Skaters Eight Years Old and Younger Must Have An Adult Present At All Times

Skate Court will be cleared every hour by staff

Avoid Close Congregating along the rails while in the Court

No lessons are Permitted

Follow Physical Distancing Guidelines


Follow Public Heath Guidelines

March 24 2020: The County of Orange Mandates wearing Face Coverings.
More Information Can be Found at The County of Orange

Modified operations are subject to change and will be adjusted as Federal, State and Local orders change.

For questions regarding reservations or for more information, contact Recreation at (949) 361-8264
or email

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