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Skateparks around the world are now bringing public space to those who lack access to such parks. This amazing story of bringing spaces to those in need not only benefits the individuals who use the skateparks, but also the skatepark community as a whole. What’s more, these types of resources have a tremendous ripple effect, helping communities all over, from immigrants to those going through an extended hospitalisation.
www.parkboard.org)Note: This is the official web page for the Springfield Skate Park. Other Springfield Skate Park websites may contain inaccurate information (e.g. hours of operation, programs and lessons offered, fees, etc.), so before your first or next visit to the skate park, get the latest information here! (Source:
www.parkboard.org)A fun and challenging skate park for all ages and skill levels. Skateboard, BMXbikes, scooters and rollerblades welcome. Indoor 13,500-square-foot park features rails, obstacles and Finland Birch ramps. Outdoor 25,000-square-foot concrete park includes rippin’ bowl, flow course and street plaza. Safe for young kids and spectators, with experienced and knowledgeable staff. Rent a skateboard or build your own at our Pro Shop. Helmets required. Private facility rentals and party packages are available. (Source:
The Brandon Koch Memorial Skate Park is located at 600 Pedras Road inside Donnelly Park. This skate park offers various skating elements ranging from ramps, rails, boxes and stairs for all experience levels. The skate park and surrounding areas are ADA accessible. When you want to relax and take a break from skating, you can enjoy the shade trees, benches and a picnic areas in the vicinity. Skate safe and remember to wear your helmet and safety gear!
Most Council facilities are open and will be operating under the Level 2 guidelines, keep an eye on our Facebook page for regular updates or visit our Covid-19 Services and facilities page. For up to date information about alert levels, community cases, and getting tested visit covid19.govt.nz and health.govt.nz. (Source: poriruacity.govt.nz)