Lake Havasu City Skate Park is located inside of Rotary Community Park in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. This 40,000 square foot poured concrete skate park is the largest public municipal skatepark in Arizona. The park's design was inspired by the 2013 X-Games course in Brazil. Built by California Skate Parks, the Tinnell Memorial Skate Park opened in 2013. The park is built in two tiers. The upper level of the park has a backyard bowl, a competition flow course and wall ride around a palm tree. The course also features a skate-able pathway with a kicker gap. A custom corner bowl is shaped like a military helmet as a tribute to fallen soldier Patrick Tinnell who was killed in Iraq in 2006. The lower level features an expansive street-style plaza with multiple obstacles. All of the rails and coping are painted blue, which adds to the park's visual appeal. The park has a fantasic array of stair sets, rails, kicker ramps, and ramps of all types. There are lights for night skating and amazing views of the Colorado River during the day. This is easily one of the best municipal skate parks in Arizona.
|Name||Lake Havasu City Skate Park|
|Alternate Name||Tinnell Memorial Skate Park|
|Located In||Rotary Community Park|
|Address||1400 S Smoketree Ave, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403|
|Hours||Dawn to 11:00 PM|
|Admission||Free, open to the public|
|Allowed||Skateboards, in-line skates, BMX bikes|
|Size||40,000 sq ft (approx)|
|Architect||California Skate Parks|
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Last Updated: March 4, 2021