City of Arvada Skate Parks

City of Arvada Skate Parks

The City of Arvada is Home to Two Skate Parks

Arvada Skate Park: Arvada's newest skate park is located at 12920 West 72nd Avenue. It is the third largest skate park in the country and has hosted several large-scale skating events. The park's skating surface, which exceeds 40,000 square feet, was designed and built by Team Pain, a skate park design/build company based in Florida. The park's infrastructure and other components were completed by Urban Farmer, a local landscaping company. Together these features make this venue a top skating destination in the state.

The development and planning of the skate park included considerable public input, and the skate park team worked for five years to make the project a reality. Tireless fundraising efforts on behalf of the skate park committee, along with grants from the Colorado Lottery, Great Outdoors Colorado, Jefferson County Open Space, the Tony Hawk Foundation and other donors, enabled the $2.1 million skate park price tag to be raised. The Arvada Skate Park celebrated its grand opening in June of 2012.

The park is open from sunrise to 10:00 p.m. daily. You may view the General Use Rules of the skate park HERE. Rental of the skate park is available for special events. You may view or download a PDF of the Rules, Regulations and Fees HERE. For more information on renting the skate park, contact City of Arvada Parks personnell Ken Billips, 720-898-7417; Mike McDonnell, 720-898-7419; or Zoe Falls, 720-898-7393.


Memorial Park "Skate Spot": The Memorial Park Skate Spot, located in Memorial Park just behind City of Arvada City Hall and Police Headquarters at 8001 West 59th Avenue, is now open. Memorial Park underwent a large-scale redesign and re-opened on August 27, 2014.

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