Beginning Monday, August 31, the Coronado Skatepark will observe new fall hours. The process for facility use has also been updated and booking a reservation along with making payment is required prior to visiting the park. 

Reservation times are limited to 60 minutes per day with a maximum of 6 skaters or two different households so it is important to book a time. Reservations are made through our registration system, PerfectMind.

How to make a Reservation

Skatepark Hours:

Monday - Friday  2 - 5 p.m. 
Saturday - Sunday 12- 5 p.m.

Facility Fees:

The skate/scooter fee:
$5 for a one hour reservation.

Annual passes are available for purchase. The annual pass fees:
$60 for those under 18
$100 for adults, 18-64
$60 for those 65-plus

Equipment Rental fee:
        The rental fee for any equipment is $5. 

Facility Use Details:

All users of the Skatepark facility must create an account with Recreation and Golf Services and complete the online waiver.

Advance reservations are required. Adult participants and the parents/guardians of minor participants must establish an account with the Recreation and Golf Services Department and complete the waiver before using the Skatepark facility. The waiver is available digitally within the registration program PerfectMind and is valid for one year. No cash transactions are permitted.  If an underage patron has special medical needs, the parent or guardian must complete an Medical Authorization Form.

For information,  call (619) 522-7342. For reservations, call (619) 708-8341. Visit for information on creating a registration account.

Review park Rules & Pricing before your first visit.

Please see the Skatepark Safety Protocol for information about using the facility currently.

About the Skatepark:

On May 18, 2001, the City of Coronado dedicated its newly constructed world-class skatepark located at 2000 Mullinex, in Tidelands Park.  Encompassing approximately 16,000 square feet of concrete ramps, bowls, grinds and jumps, the park is an artistic sculpture that caters to all levels of skill. The Street Plaza is a 2' to 3' deep spacious crater intended for beginners and the reserved. The Clover Bowl is 5' to 7' deep and offers challenges and surprises to the experienced skater. The last and most challenging bowl named Teardrop reaches 8 feet in depth  and poses a challenge to Newton's Law of Gravity.

Contact Us

Roger Miller
Director of Recreation and Golf Services
Email Department

2000 Mullinex Dr.
Coronado, CA 92118
(619) 708-8341

Community Center Phone for After Hours
(619) 522-7342 

Please click on the map below for directions.

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