Prescott Skate Park Prescott, AZ

Skatepark Description

Mike Fann Community Skatepark is located inside of Ken Lindley Park in Prescott, Arizona. This 20,000 square foot skatepark is made of poured concrete and was built by Site Design Group. Vert skaters will enjoy the two bowls: a kidney shaped bowl and a Y-shaped bowl. The rest of the park is a street and transition skater's paradise with many great ramps and lines to discover. There are multiple grind rails throughout the park as well as a 4-stair set for gaps and flip tricks. The center of the park is a large transition area with a fun box and ledge. The park is equipped with lights for night use. Overall it is a great park with significantly cooler temperatures than the Phoenix area during the summer months.

Location
Address 799 E Willis St #701, Prescott, AZ 86301
County Yavapai
Website https://www.prescott-az.gov/recreation-area/ken-lindley-field-and-park/
Hours
Hours 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Skatepark Details
Admission Free, open to the public
Allowed Skateboards, in-line skates, BMX bikes
Lighting Yes
Fenced Yes
Construction Poured Concrete
Size 20,000 sq ft (approx)
Architect Site Design Group
Opened n/a
Map
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Last Updated: March 20, 2021


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