Do you love ocean sports just as much as you love to skateboard? Do you ever find it frustrating that skate parks aren't free to shred, unlike the open ocean? Well, then you are going to love the Ken Wormoudt Skate Park in Santa Cruz, California—this is a skateboarder and surfer's personal fantasy come true.
Besides being totally free, the Ken Wormoudt Skate Park is inspired by the nearby surfing ocean that surrounds it. Santa Cruz is a well known surfer's paradise so to live up to the reputation, the skate park has deep, glistening blue bowls as well as huge waves that mimic the ocean, made of concrete to invent new tricks on. There is no other skate park like the Ken Wormoudt Skate Park and you are bound to have a great time here.
There are also the usual rails and steps found in most other skate parks, but there are also murals done all over the park by local artists. This great art work will only enhance the style of your skating abilities as you shred like a pro. The Ken Wormoudt Skate Park is a true un-natural wonder and a work of art. A place best experienced by those with a love of both skateboarding and surfing the ocean waves. The Ken Wormoudt Skate Park is open 365 days a year and helmets are always required. The park is also only open until sunset as there are no lights to illuminate nighttime shredding.
If you plan to hit the waves right after skating the Ken Wormoudt Skate Park why not pick up a pair of boardshorts? Perfect for the skate park and the ocean these shorts will have you shredding in style in no time.