Skatepark Map - The Skatepark Project (2022)

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We are pleased to announce the release of The Skatepark Project mobile app! The new app, available exclusively on the Apple Store is your go-to skatepark finder app, designed to make finding skateparks as easy as possible. Using 20 years of skatepark experience and national skatepark data, The Skatepark Project app provides you with the most comprehensive skatepark database and information to date. Find which parks are open, which have bathrooms, shade, lights, supervision, and so much more! In addition to finding and learning about skateparks at home and abroad, app users can submit skatepark usage data and find essential resources and information for skatepark advocacy. The app will connect you to free support to help you get a skatepark in your own town.

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Key Features

  • Accurate and frequently updated national skatepark data, location targeting powered by Apple Maps
  • Useful park detail information
  • 3D views, staff, and user-submitted photos
  • Skatepark rules at each location, park status updates, reported damages, and repair requests are all available and can be submitted through the App
  • User-generated content and user insights
  • Skatepark usage data that can be tracked by local advocates and community members
  • Skatepark advocacy information and resources
  • Connects you to free support with TSP staff to help you get a skatepark built in your community!

THE SKATEPARK PROJECT SUPPORTED SKATEPARKS

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ALABAMA

  • Birmingham $10,000 (2017)
  • Cordova $5,000 (2018)
  • Greensboro $25,000 (2007)
  • Huntsville $10,000 (2021)

ALASKA

  • Anchorage $5,000 (2002)
  • Anchorage $10,000 (2019)
  • Fairbanks $10,000 (2020)
  • Haines $5,000 (2004)
  • Homer $10,000 (2002)
  • Ketchikan $15,000 (2013)
  • Nome $5,000 (2009)
  • Sitka $10,000 (2004)

ARIZONA

  • Benson $1,000 (2003)
  • Bisbee $1,000 (2002)
  • Lake Havasu $10,000 (2007)
  • Oracle $5,000 (2002)
  • Tohono O’odham Reservation $20,000 (2020)

ARKANSAS

  • Clarendon $5,000 (2007)
  • De Queen $1,000 (2003)
  • Fayetteville $5,000 (2002)
  • Glenwood $5,000 (2002)
  • Harrison $25,000 (2008)
  • Mena $5,000 (2008)
  • Russellville $25,000 (2006)
  • Siloam Springs $5,000 (2002)

CALIFORNIA

  • Alturas $25,000 (2017)
  • Anderson $5,000 (2003)
  • Arvin $15,000 (2015)
  • Barstow $10,000 (2007)
  • Brisbane $5,000 (2013)
  • Burney $1,000 (2002)
  • Castroville $1,000 (2003)
  • Colfax $10,000 (2022)
  • Compton $10,000 (2006)
  • Crescent City $5,000 (2002)
  • Cutler $5,000 (2007)
  • El Monte $25,000 (2020)
  • Emeryville $10,000 (2013)
  • Eureka $25,000 (2007)
  • Frazier Park $5,000 (2002)
  • Groveland $5,000 (2006)
  • Huntington Beach $1,000 (2003)
  • Imperial Beach $10,000 (2008)
  • Ione $1,000 (2002)
  • Lake Isabella $5,000 (2018)
  • Lakeside $5,000 (2011)
  • Laytonville $10,000 (2019)
  • Lone Pine $10,000 (2012)
  • Long Beach $45,000 (2010)
  • Los Angeles (Pending) $355,000 (2010)
  • Los Angeles $1,000 (2005)
  • Los Angeles (Watts) $10,000 (2005)
  • Los Angeles (Canoga Park) $27,500 (2011)
  • Mammoth Lakes $5,000 (2004)
  • Mariposa $1,000 (2004)
  • Marysville $10,000 (2010)
  • McKinleyville $10,000 (2019)
  • Montclair $10,000 (2003)
  • Monte Rio $5,000 (2011)
  • Mount Shasta $15,000 (2008)
  • Needles $25,000 (2002)
  • Newman $5,000 (2013)
  • North Shore $7,500 (2014)
  • Oakland (Bordertown) $5,000 (2007)
  • Oceanside (MLK) $10,000 (2008)
  • Oceanside (Bishop) $5,000 (2008)
  • Oceanside (Alex Road) $10,000 (2008)
  • Pacifica $5,000 (2002)
  • Parlier $5,000 (2002)
  • Phelan $1,000 (2003)
  • Placerville $5,000 (2003)
  • Quincy $15,000 (2003)
  • Red Bluff $10,000 (2002)
  • Riverbank $1,000 (2002)
  • Sacramento $5,000 (2013)
  • San Diego (WA Street) $5,000 (2002)
  • San Diego (Chicano Park) $10,000 (2015)
  • San Diego (City Heights) $40,000 (2008)
  • San Diego (Linda Vista) $40,000 (2008)
  • San Francisco $10,000 (2011)
  • San Francisco $15,000 (2014)
  • San Francisco (Treasure Island) $5,000 (2019)
  • San Luis Obispo $25,000 (2009)
  • San Pedro $5,000 (2004)
  • San Pedro $32,000 (2012)
  • Santa Paula $10,000 (2003)
  • Scotts Valley $1,000 (2002)
  • Solana Beach $5,000 (2010)
  • South Gate $10,000 (2002)
  • Turlock $5,000 (2003)
  • Ukiah $10,000 (2008)
  • Vista $31,000 (2014)
  • Weed $25,000 (2003)
  • Willits $10,000 (2002)
  • Willows $1,000 (2002)

COLORADO

  • Alamosa $5,000 (2010)
  • Arvada $10,000 (2010)
  • Bennett $5,000 (2006)
  • Cedaredge $15,000 (2007)
  • Keenesburg $1,000 (2003)
  • Kremmling $10,000 (2006)
  • La Veta $1,000 (2002)
  • Leadville $10,000 (2012)
  • Mancos $1,000 (2003)
  • Monte Vista $10,000 (2011)
  • Nederland $25,000 (2007)
  • Paonia $25,000 (2022)
  • Saguache $5,000 (2003)
  • Salida $10,000 (2020)

CONNECTICUT

  • Hartford $10,000 (2012)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

  • Washington $14,150 (2003)

DELAWARE

  • Wilmington $5,000 (2006)
  • Dover $1,000 (2021)

FLORIDA

  • Branford $5,000 (2013)
  • Defuniak Springs $10,000 (2017)
  • Fernandina Beach $1,000 (2002)
  • Kissimmee $10,000 (2010)
  • Marathon $1,000 (2002)
  • New Port Richey $10,000 (2017)
  • New Smyrna Beach $5,000 (2008)
  • Orange City $5,000 (2014)
  • Pensacola $25,000 (2018)
  • Wauchula $1,000 (2002)
  • Zephyrhills $7,500 (2014)

GEORGIA

  • Athens $10,000 (2004)
  • Atlanta $25,000 (2010)
  • Blairsville $1,000 (2005)
  • Columbus $25,000 (2008)
  • Cordele $5,000 (2005)
  • Douglas $1,000 (2005)
  • LaGrange $10,000 (2018)
  • Macon $5,000 (2016)
  • Pembroke $5,000 (2008)
  • Plainville $5,000 (2020)
  • Savannah $25,000 (2012)

HAWAII

  • Hilo (Hawaii) $1,000 (2003)
  • Honoka’a (Hawaii) $25,000 (2010)
  • Kailua-Kona (Hawaii) $5,000 (2012)
  • Kapa’a (Kauai) $10,000 (2020)
  • Kapa’au (Hawaii) $10,000 (2009)
  • Pa’ia (Maui) $1,000 (2002)
  • Pahoa (Hawaii) $1,000 (2003)

IOWA

  • Algona 1,000 (2002)
  • Aplington $5,000 (2006)
  • Carroll $5,000 (2006)
  • Clarion $1,000 (2003)
  • Corning $5,000 (2002)
  • Creston $5,000 (2005)
  • Des Moines $5,000 (2018)
  • Eagle Grove $1,000 (2002)
  • Estherville $5,000 (2009)
  • Evansdale $1,000 (2002)
  • Glenwood $1,000 (2002)
  • Grimes $1,000 (2002)
  • Grinnell $5,000 (2016)
  • Harlan $5,000 (2006)
  • Hazleton $10,000 (2019)
  • Nevada $1,000 (2004)
  • Oelwein $1,000 (2003)
  • Onawa $5,000 (2008)
  • Oskaloosa $10,000 (2010)
  • Preston $5,000 (2006)
  • Spirit Lake $10,000 (2007)
  • Sumner $5,000 (2007)
  • Titonka $5,000 (2011)
  • Waterloo $5,000 (2002)
  • West Branch $1,000 (2002)
  • Winterset $10,000 (2013)

IDAHO

  • American Falls $5,000 (2010)
  • Boise $10,000 (2013)
  • Buhl $5,000 (2004)
  • Burley $1,000 (2002)
  • Fort Hall Reservation $10,000 (2011)
  • Grangeville $10,000 (2003)
  • Jerome $5,000 (2013)
  • Kamiah $5,000 (2021)
  • Lewiston $10,000 (2010)
  • McCall $5,000 (2002)
  • Middleton $7,500 (2014)
  • Mountain Home $5,000 (2018)
  • New Meadows $1,000 (2003)
  • Priest River $1,000 (2002)
  • St Anthony1,000 (2002)

ILLINOIS

  • Aurora $10,000 (2009)
  • Chicago $10,000 (2009)
  • Chicago $25,000 (2014)
  • Danville $5,000 (2006)
  • Franklin Park $1,000 (2003)
  • Freeport $1,000 (2002)
  • Greenville $5,000 (2008)
  • Hanover $5,000 (2011)
  • Highland $1,000 (2003)
  • Litchfield $1,000 (2003)
  • Lovington $5,000 (2011)
  • Machesney Park $1,000 (2003)
  • Oblong $5,000 (2008)
  • Olney $5,000 (2006)
  • Paxton $1,000 (2003)
  • Pittsfield $5,000 (2008)
  • Villa Park $10,000 (2010)

INDIANA

  • Batesville $10,000 (2022)
  • Bloomington $1,000 (2002)
  • Brazil $5,000 (2009)
  • Crawfordsville $10,000 (2008)
  • Decatur $1,000 (2003)
  • Fairmount $1,000 (2002)
  • Fort Wayne $25,000 (2003)
  • Fowler $5,000 (2006)
  • Greencastle $25,000 (2002)
  • Evansville $10,000 (2021)
  • La Grange $5,000 (2006)
  • Loogootee $1,000 (2005)
  • Madison $1,000 (2002)
  • Nashville $5,000 (2018)
  • New Castle $1,000 (2003)
  • North Vernon $1,000 (2002)
  • Winamac $7,500 (2014)

KANSAS

  • Abilene $5,000 (2006)
  • Anthony $5,000 (2003)
  • Atchison $5,000 (2020)
  • Concordia $1,000 (2003)
  • Council Grove $1,000 (2003)
  • Derby $1,000 (2004)
  • Fort Scott $10,000 (2010)
  • Goodland $5,000 (2008)
  • Herington $1,000 (2003)
  • Hutchinson $1,000 (2003)
  • Independence $5,000 (2005)
  • Melvern $5,000 (2008)
  • Newton $5,000 (2003)

KENTUCKY

  • Frenchburg $5,000 (2009)
  • Owenton $5,000 (2005)
  • Shelbyville $5,000 (2007)
  • Sparta $5,000 (2003)

LOUISIANA

  • Ruston $10,000 (2021)
  • New Orleans $10,000 (2013)

MASSACHUSETTS

  • Boston $5,000 (2003)
  • Brockton $10,000 (2013)
  • Falmouth $7,500 (2014)
  • Fitchburg $1,000 (2002)
  • Leominster $10,000 (2021)
  • North Brookfield $1,000 (2003)
  • Northampton $5,000 (2002)
  • Salem $5,000 (2018)
  • Pembroke $5,000 (2011)
  • Quincy $5,000 (2020)
  • Turners Falls $5,000 (2014)
  • Vineyard Haven $10,000 (2003)

MARYLAND

  • Baltimore $25,000 (2012)
  • Baltimore $5,000 (2020)
  • Cumberland $1,000 (2005)
  • Federalsburg $5,000 (2009)
  • Hagerstown $1,000 (2021)
  • Salisbury $5,000 (2012)

MAINE

  • Augusta $10,000 (2008)
  • Bangor $1,000 (2021)
  • Bar Harbor $7,500 (2014)
  • Bethel $5,000 (2008)
  • Biddeford $1,000 (2002)
  • Gorham $1,000 (2022)
  • Lewiston $10,000 (2005)
  • Livermore Falls $5,000 (2003)
  • Norway $5,000 (2005)
  • Old Orchard Beach $5,000 (2010)
  • Sullivan $1,000 (2003)
  • Waterville $1,000 (2004)

MICHIGAN

  • Algonac $10,000 (2002)
  • Ann Arbor $5,000 (2011)
  • Baldwin $5,000 (2003)
  • Bellevue $1,000 (2003)
  • Cadillac $1,000 (2002)
  • Detroit $30,000 (2013)
  • Detroit (Chandler) $150,000 (2020)
  • Gaylord $25,000 (2002)
  • Gladstone $5,000 (2006)
  • Gladwin $5,000 (2006)
  • Hart $5,000 (2007)
  • Houghton $10,000 (2016)
  • Iron River $10,000 (2004)
  • Ironwood $10,000 (2008)
  • Lyons $5,000 (2009)
  • Marquette $10,000 (2011)
  • Mayville $5,000 (2008)
  • Mecosta $5,000 (2009)
  • Melvindale $5,000 (2010)
  • Oscoda $1,000 (2003)
  • Pontiac $300,000 (2020)
  • Peshawbestown $1,000 (2004)
  • Redford $300,000 (2020)
  • Romeo $1,000 (2003)
  • Watervliet $1,000 (2003)

MINNESOTA

  • Aitkin $5,000 (2005)
  • Baudette $1,000 (2005)
  • Bemidji $25,000 (2008)
  • Breckenridge $7,500 (2014)
  • Buhl $1,000 (2003)
  • Crookston $5,000 (2007)
  • Crosby $5,000 (2002)
  • Duluth $5,000 (2021)
  • Duluth $10,000 (2007)
  • Ely $5,000 (2016)
  • Esko $5,000 (2003)
  • Grand Marais $10,000 (2006)
  • Greenbush $5,000 (2008)
  • Keewatin $5,000 (2007)
  • Minneapolis $5,000 (2009)
  • Onamia $5,000 (2002)
  • Perham $5,000 (2008)
  • Saint Cloud $10,000 (2007)
  • Sebeka $5,000 (2009)
  • Silver Bay $5,000 (2003)
  • St James $1,000 (2002)
  • Two Harbors $5,000 (2011)
  • Windom $1,000 (2003)
  • Worthington $1,000 (2002)

MISSOURI

  • Ava $5,000 (2012)
  • Carrollton $1,000 (2003)
  • Crane $5,000 (2007)
  • DeSoto $1,000 (2002)
  • Doniphan $10,000 (2008)
  • Higginsville $5,000 (2006)
  • Kansas City $5,000 (2015)
  • Kirksville $15,000 (2008)
  • Maryville $5,000 (2006)
  • Neosho $5,000 (2006)
  • New Madrid $5,000 (2007)
  • St Louis $5,000 (2012)
  • Warrensburg $10,000 (2007)

MISSISSIPPI

  • Caledonia $5,000 (2006)
  • Crystal Springs $30,000 (2022)
  • Iuka $1,000 (2002)
  • Laurel $5,000 (2018)
  • Oxford $25,000 (2003)
  • Pascagoula $10,000 (2008)
  • Tupelo $10,000 (2003)

MONTANA

  • Alberton $10,000 (2018)
  • Anaconda $5,000 (2003)
  • Belgrade $5,000 (2016)
  • Billings $1,000 (2002)
  • Boulder $5,000 (2008)
  • Butte $10,000 (2006)
  • Cascade $10,000 (2003)
  • Darby $1,000 (2003)
  • Glendive $10,000 (2010)
  • Harlowton $5,000 (2003)
  • Havre $1,000 (2003)
  • Livingston $25,000 (2016)
  • Missoula $15,000 (2005)
  • Polson $25,000 (2005)
  • Red Lodge $10,000 (2020)
  • Saint Ignatius $10,000 (2006)
  • Stevensville $10,000 (2015)
  • Superior $5,000 (2021)

NORTH CAROLINA

  • Boone $5,000 (2020)
  • Burnsville $5,000 (2004)
  • Greensboro $1,000 (2004)
  • Hendersonville $10,000 (2007)
  • Morganton $15,000 (2017)
  • Mount Airy $15,000 (2009)
  • Sparta $10,000 (2008)
  • Thomasville $5,000 (2003)
  • Waynesville $5,000 (2012)
  • Wilmington $25,000 (2016)

NORTH DAKOTA

  • Beulah $5,000 (2008)
  • Dickinson $5,000 (2010)
  • Fargo $1,000 (2003)
  • Garrison $1,000 (2003)
  • Grand Forks $5,000 (2007)
  • Hebron $5,000 (2006)

NEBRASKA

  • Fremont $1,000 (2003)
  • Gordon $10,000 (2010)
  • Kearney $5,000 (2014)
  • McCook $10,000 (2015)
  • Norfolk $25,000 (2002)

NEW HAMPSHIRE

  • Claremont $5,000 (2007)
  • Keene $10,000 (2019)
  • Lincoln $5,000 (2016)
  • Newport $5,000 (2007)
  • Plymouth $5,000 (2011)
  • Wakefield $1,000 (2003)

NEW JERSEY

  • Commercial Township $5,000 (2009)
  • Jersey City $25,000 (2015)
  • Penns Grove$1,000 (2003)
  • Phillipsburg $1,000 (2002)

NEW MEXICO

  • Gallup $10,000 (2016)
  • Grants $1,000 (2002)
  • Silver City $1,000 (2002)
  • Sunland Park $10,000 (2004)

NEVADA

  • Las Vegas $190,000 (2011)

NEW YORK

  • Allegany $300,000 (2022)
  • Amherst $7,500 (2014)
  • Bath $6,334 (2005)
  • Boonville $5,000 (2003)
  • Cattaraugus $300,000 (2022)
  • Chatham $5,000 (2010)
  • Cobleskill $1,000 (2002)
  • Cuba $5,000 (2004)
  • Ellicottville $300,000 (2019)
  • Greece $300,000 (2022)
  • Greenwood Lake $1,000 (2021)
  • Hamburg $300,000 (2021)
  • Hamburg $1,000 (2003)
  • Liberty $5,000 (2005)
  • Lockport $300,000 (2019)
  • Mexico $10,000 (2008)
  • New York (Brooklyn Banks) $35,000 (2013)
  • New York (Thomas Greene) $10,000 (2009)
  • New York (LES) $30,000 (2012)
  • Nyack $25,000 (2014)
  • Ogdensburg $1,000 (2005)
  • Port Chester $25,000 (2019)
  • Rochester $10,000 (2008)
  • Saranac Lake $25,000 (2013)
  • Springville $300,000 (2020)
  • Sweden $300,000 (2021)
  • Syracuse $5,000 (2010)
  • Tonawanda $5,000 (2010)
  • Tupper Lake $1,000 (2003)
  • Utica $10,000 (2003)
  • Wilmington $1,000 (2003)
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OHIO

  • Athens $10,000 (2003)
  • Bowling Green $10,000 (2010)
  • Bucyrus $5,000 (2009)
  • Celina $10,000 (2009)
  • Circleville $1,000 (2002)
  • Cleveland $25,000 (2011)
  • Colerain Township $5,000 (2009)
  • Elyria $1,000 (2003)
  • Greenfield $5,000 (2009)
  • Greenville $1,000 (2003)
  • Ironton $5,000 (2008)
  • Jamestown $1,000 (2002)
  • Marietta $5,000 (2009)
  • Mt Sterling $5,000 (2002)
  • New Concord $5,000 (2008)
  • Newark $10,000 (2018)
  • Portsmouth $10,000 (2019)
  • Ravenna $5,000 (2007)
  • Somerset $1,000 (2003)
  • Wellston $10,000 (2003)
  • Wilmington $10,000 (2009)

OKLAHOMA

  • Bristow $15,000 (2016)
  • Fort Gibson $5,000 (2011)
  • Guymon $1,000 (2002)
  • Heavener $5,000 (2011)
  • Hugo $5,000 (2007)
  • Lindsay $5,000 (2006)
  • Maysville $5,000 (2008)
  • Pawhuska $25,000 (2009)
  • Pawnee $10,000 (2002)
  • Poteau $5,000 (2011)
  • Sallisaw $5,000 (2009)
  • Sand Springs $5,000 (2010)
  • Walters $5,000 (2006)

OREGON

  • Cave Junction $5,000 (2013)
  • Central Point $1,000 (2003)
  • Chiloquin $11,000 (2015)
  • Coos Bay $15,000 (2007)
  • Cottage Grove $1,000 (2002)
  • Echo $5,000 (2007)
  • Estacada $5,000 (2007)
  • Eugene $5,000 (2009)
  • Florence $1,000 (2002)
  • Gold Beach $5,000 (2010)
  • Gold Hill $10,000 (2011)
  • Hood River $1,000 (2002)
  • Irrigon $20,000 (2006)
  • John Day $5,000 (2005)
  • Junction City $5,000 (2012)
  • Lebanon $5,000 (2013)
  • Madras $5,000 (2004)
  • Milton-Freewater $1,000 (2003)
  • Myrtle Creek $1,516 (2008)
  • Pacific City $5,000 (2020)
  • Pendleton $5,000 (2007)
  • Portland (Pier Park) $10,000 (2006)
  • Reedsport $5,000 (2002)
  • Silverton $5,000 (2010)
  • Sisters $10,000 (2011)
  • Springfield $25,000 (2002)
  • Tigard $5,000 (2006)
  • Tillamook $10,000 (2016)
  • Vernonia $25,000 (2019)
  • Waldport $10,000 (2002)
  • White City $1,000 (2002)
  • Willamina $1,000 (2002)
  • Winston $10,000 (2007)

PENNSYLVANIA

  • Allentown $10,000 (2019)
  • Bellevue $10,000 (2011)
  • Bloomsburg $5,000 (2014)
  • Carnegie $10,000 (2009)
  • Erie $25,000 (2008)
  • Gettysburg $1,000 (2002)
  • Kutztown $5,000 (2018)
  • McDonald $10,000 (2007)
  • Minersville $5,000 (2013)
  • Philadelphia (Pop’s Playground) $10,000 (2008)
  • Philadelphia (Franklins Paine) $25,000 (2012)
  • Philadelphia (Whitehall) $10,000 (2011)
  • Quakertown $10,000 (2017)
  • Reading $1,000 (2003)
  • Reading $25,000 (2019)
  • York $10,000 (2006)

RHODE ISLAND

  • Block Island $10,000 (2003)
  • Jamestown $1,000 (2003)
  • Providence$25,000 (2016)

SOUTH CAROLINA

  • Columbia $25,000 (2008)
  • Irmo $1,000 (2022)
  • Myrtle Beach $5,000 (2018)

SOUTH DAKOTA

  • Antelope / Mission $15,000 (2011)
  • Lennox $10,000 (2002)
  • Pine Ridge (Boys & Girls Club) $10,000 (2003)
  • Pine Ridge (public) $20,000 (2011)
  • Sioux Falls $5,000 (2020)
  • Watertown $10,000 (2017)
  • White River $5,000 (2008)

TENNESSEE

  • Gallatin $5,000 (2005)
  • Greeneville $10,000 (2007)
  • Kingsport $10,000 (2003)
  • Knoxville $25,000 (2006)
  • Mountain City $10,000 (2003)

TEXAS

  • Arlington $10,000 (2011)
  • Commerce $5,000 (2012)
  • Corpus Christi $1,000 (2005)
  • Denton $1,000 (2003)
  • El Paso $10,000 (2005)
  • Fort Worth $5,000 (2020)
  • Galveston $10,000 (2006)
  • Houston $10,000 (2015)
  • Kerrville $5,000 (2006)
  • Lockhart $10,000 (2009)
  • Malakoff $5,000 (2010)
  • Marble Falls $10,000 (2006)
  • Mineral Wells $10,000 (2007)
  • Navasota $5,000 (2007)
  • New Braunfels $25,000 (2007)
  • Palacios $5,000 (2007)
  • Poteet $10,000 (2007)
  • Seguin $5,000 (2013)
  • Sinton $10,000 (2009)
  • South Padre Island $5,000 (2018)
  • Spearman $5,000 (2007)
  • Taylor $10,000 (2015)
  • Victoria $1,000 (2002)
  • Waco $10,000 (2006)

UTAH

  • Blanding $5,000 (2003)
  • Heber $5,000 (2007)
  • Kanab $5,000 (2013)
  • Monticello $1,000 (2002)

VIRGINIA

  • Charlottesville $25,000 (2015)
  • Clifton Forge $10,000 (2007)
  • Front Royal $10,000 (2004)
  • Martinsville $5,000 (2009)
  • Stanley $10,000 (2005)
  • Staunton $1,000 (2003)
  • Suffolk $10,000 (2010)

VERMONT

  • Bethel $5,000 (2017)
  • Brattleboro$5,000 (2011)
  • Burlington $10,000 (2010)
  • Chester $5,000 (2008)
  • Lyndonville $15,000 (2009)
  • North Bennington $5,000 (2008)
  • Saint Johnsbury $5,000 (2008)

WASHINGTON

  • Almira $5,000 (2007)
  • Bellingham $10,000 (2010)
  • Bingen $10,000 (2010)
  • Blaine $5,000 (2002)
  • Cathlamet $1,000 (2003)
  • Chewelah $5,000 (2002)
  • Colfax $5,000 (2002)
  • Cusick $20,000 (2005)
  • Darrington $5,000 (2013)
  • Fairfield $1,000 (2003)
  • Forks $5,000 (2002)
  • Kelso $10,000 (2007)
  • Kent $1,000 (2002)
  • Kettle Falls $1,000 (2005)
  • La Conner $5,000 (2011)
  • McCleary$1,000 (2003)
  • Orcas Island $5,000 (2002)
  • Othello $7,500 (2014)
  • Palouse$15,000 (2016)
  • Port Angeles $5,000 (2005)
  • Port Orchard $5,000 (2009)
  • Prescott $1,000 (2003)
  • Raymond $10,000 (2002)
  • Seattle (South Park) $10,000 (2005)
  • Sedro-Woolley $5,000 (2012)
  • Spokane $1,000 (2003)
  • Tonasket $1,000 (2002)
  • Union Gap $7,500 (2014)
  • Walla Walla $10,000 (2008)
  • Yakima $26,000 (2007)

WISCONSIN

  • Antigo $1,000 (2003)
  • Appleton $5,000 (2014)
  • Ashland $5,000 (2003)
  • Barron $10,000 (2006)
  • Beaver Dam $5,000 (2014)
  • Beloit $5,000 (2002)
  • Cornell $5,000 (2003)
  • Eau Claire $5,000 (2011)
  • Edgerton $5,000 (2008)
  • Gilman $1,000 (2003)
  • Green Bay $1,000 (2002)
  • La Farge $5,000 (2008)
  • Lake Delton $5,000 (2007)
  • Madison $10,000 (2012)
  • Manitowoc $5,000 (2004)
  • Marshfield $1,000 (2002)
  • Menasha $1,000 (2002)
  • Menomonie $14,000 (2003)
  • Mishicot $1,000 (2003)
  • Monroe $5,000 (2006)
  • New Richmond $10,000 (2016)
  • Onalaska $5,000 (2003)
  • Oshkosh $5,000 (2007)
  • Platteville $1,000 (2003)
  • Portage $5,000 (2013)
  • Prairie du Sac $2,500 (2021)
  • Stevens Point $10,000 (2008)
  • Sturgeon Bay $10,000 (2013)
  • Viola $5,000 (2007)
  • Viroqua $5,000 (2008)
  • Washburn $5,000 (2003)
  • Wautoma $25,000 (2003)

WEST VIRGINIA

  • Bath $5,000 (2003)
  • Charleston $1,000 (2002)
  • Durbin $5,000 (2007)
  • Elkins $5,000 (2007)
  • Hamlin $1,000 (2003)
  • Hinton $5,000 (2008)
  • Huntington $5,000 (2014)
  • Hurricane $1,000 (2002)
  • Parkersburg $10,000 (2009)
  • Parsons $10,000 (2010)
  • Ronceverte $10,000 (2006)
  • Wheeling $25,000 (2005)

WYOMING

  • Cheyenne $25,000 (2006)
  • Cody $1,000 (2003)
  • Guernsey $5,000 (2008)
  • Lander $10,000 (2012)
  • Laramie $10,000 (2020)
  • Riverton $5,000 (2013)
  • Worland $5,000 (2006)

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FAQs

Where is Tony Hawk skatepark? ›

Detroit — Skateboarding icon Tony Hawk celebrated the grand opening of Chandler Park Skatepark on Detroit's eastside Sunday. The 15,000-square-foot park sits in view of the Wayne County Family Aquatic Center on Chandler Park Drive and will serve a "melting pot for skaters and bikers of all ages," Hawk said.

What factors should be considered when building your model of a skatepark? ›

A skatepark should be designed using the same approach as other active recreational spaces.
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Functional concerns:
  • Capacity.
  • Seating/resting.
  • Access.
  • Visibility (into and around the park)
  • Safety and Drainage.
  • Aesthetic Appeal, Landscaping.
  • Spatial and budgetary constraints/opportunities.
  • Security, Operations, and Maintenance.

Is skate park one word? ›

A skatepark, or skate park, is a purpose-built recreational environment made for skateboarding, BMX, scootering, wheelchairs, and aggressive inline skating.

How do you draw a skatepark? ›

Doodle Droid: how to draw a rad skatepark! - YouTube

How many skateparks has Tony Hawk built? ›

Since beginning in 2002, the Tony Hawk Foundation has helped fund more than 600 public skateparks in all 50 U.S. states.

Why there should be more skate parks? ›

Skateparks build and sustain healthy communities. As a gathering place for dedicated, athletic youth, the skatepark provides the forum for visitors young and old, beginning and skilled, to meet and share experiences.

How can a skate park benefit the wider community? ›

skate facility can be a catalyst for healthy community life in which young and old socialise, have fun, develop new skills, make new friends, hang out and much more. the current study. activities may have predominantly negative effects on adolescent development.

How long does it take to build a skatepark? ›

This project will take between one to four years to complete, but the more preparation you put in now, the more efficient this project will come together.

What is the average size of a skate park? ›

Neighborhood skateparks are the most common size and will serve a whole area of town. Neighborhood skateparks are commonly between 8,000 to 12,000 square feet. Due to their size they can feature several types of terrain, (i.e., some street, some transition).

Who made the first skatepark? ›

Carlsbad Skate Park, California's first skate park opened in March of 1976. It was built by Jack Graham and the donor, John O'Malley and continued to operate until 1979, when it was buried, intact, beneath a layer of dirt for more than two decades.

What are skateparks made of? ›

The vast majority of skatepark bowls and ramps are made from concrete, and while this is the ideal material due to its smoothness and durability, it is by no means the only suitable construction material. Other options include wood, composite wood, steel, or fiberglass.

When was the first skatepark made? ›

The world's first skatepark built on March 13, 1976; Carlsbad Skatepark, California.

How do you make a 3d skate ramp? ›

Splat- Learn to draw skatepark elements, video 3. Beginner 3d ...

How do you draw a ramp? ›

Making the ramp from a working drawing - YouTube

Do architects design skateparks? ›

Skatepark design is a type of architecture, and skatepark designers are professionals, and many have architecture degrees.

How much does a skateboard cost? ›

Typically, a good skateboard may cost around $60 to $150, as expert skateboarders claimed. If you are looking for a high-quality skateboard, this may start at $170. Meanwhile, most reviewers of the best brands of skateboards in 2021 chose the Minority Skateboard with a 32 inches deck as the best skateboard for 2021.

How many skateparks are in San Diego? ›

Knock each of these skateparks in San Diego off your California bucket list. However, these are just the beginning — there are over 50 skateparks in the San Diego area, so get out there and start skating!

Who owns California Skateparks? ›

About. Since California Skateparks establishment in 1998, founder and CEO Joseph Ciaglia has offered over two decades of progression for his company and the world of skateboarding.

What state has the best skateparks? ›

The state of Oregon has the most skateparks in America, and Chehalem Park has been called "The Best Skatepark on Earth" by skateoregon.com.

Can skateboarding save your city? ›

Skateboarding can make your city more diverse and exciting while, at the same time, making it a safer place to live. It can pump money into the local economy just by encouraging creativity and self-expression. It promotes individual expression, as well as contributing to collaboration and inclusivity in shared spaces.

Where was the Del Mar Skate Ranch? ›

San Diego, California

How do you beat the Thps skatepark? ›

THPS 1+2 Goals - Skate Park

NOTE: Complete 18 park goals to unlock the Skate Park level. To earn a medal, finish with one of the Top 3 Scores. The average of your top two runs is your final Score for this competition.

What is the name of Tony Hawk Foundation? ›

A charitable, non-profit organization, The Skatepark Project was established in 2002 by professional skateboarder Tony Hawk.

What does the Tony Hawk Foundation do? ›

The Tony Hawk Foundation seeks to foster lasting improvements in society through the development of free, quality public skateparks in low-income communities throughout the US. We also support programming that uses skateboarding to reach and enrich the lives of youth in challenged regions throughout the world.

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