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Skateparks

Premier AZ Skateparks

Apache Juntion

Apache Junction skatepark lies on the far eastern edge of the Phoenix metro area. The park has something for everyone…
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Reed Park

The only park in the valley with a 12 stair this park has some of the biggest obstacles, but also brings it…

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Queen Creek

The Queen Creek park is one of the valleys best prop parks.  All the ramps are above ground and constructed with a top lair of skatelite.
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Dust Devil (Tumbleweed)

A simple small park, this park proves that sometimes less is more.  A flatbar with flat ledges, some quarter pipes and a bank with a ledge…
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Cesar Chavez

A gift from Rob Dyrdek himself to the people of the valley, this safe spot skatepark is a street plaza inspired by the street league contests.
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Hermosa Park

The valleys most recent addition to its arsenal of skateparks, this park will open November 5th and features, rollers, a 4 stair handrail, flat ledges…
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Tempe 2

Known by many as the tempe bowl, this is a famous down low bowl in a neighborhood that has made into professional skate videos…
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Tempe 3

Tempe 3 has above ground ramps made of steel and masonite, this park is another example of how less is more.
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The Refuge

the refuge is another private church park.  This one is in the north valley in cave creek.  It has ramps, ledges, and rails.
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Tempe

Tempe is one of Arizona’s funnest skateparks. Extremely fast flow bowl with vert, pool coping, as well as steel coping.
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Rio Vista

One of the valleys premiere parks, Peoria park was used for several years to host the infamous “Phoenix AM”.  The park features…
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Freestone

Gilbert Skatepark is another Site Design Group skatepark divided into 3 sections: 8′ deep boomerang bowl, 6′ deep spine bowl…
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