Tucson-Pascua Yaqui Skate Park Tucson, AZ

Skatepark Description

Pascua Yaqui Skate Park is located inside of Pueblo Park on the Pascua Yaqui Tribe near Tucson, Arizona. It is a 5,200 square foot poured concrete skate park. This small street style park has a unique V-shaped layout that is almost perfectly symmetrical. The park has quarter-pipe transition ramps, a pair of long 3-stair sets, an inverted-V ramp, and a ramp at the far end. There are three angled grind rails and one flat grind rail. There are 5 concrete ledges with angles and one ledge that is flat. There are no bowls at this park and no lights; the park closes at dusk.

Park Information
Name Pascua Yaqui Skate Park
Alternate Name n/a
Located In Pascua Yaqui Pueblo Park
Address 5305 Calle Torim, Tucson, AZ 85757
County Pima
Website https://www.pascuayaqui-nsn.gov/index.php/injury-prevention
Hours Dawn to Dusk
Skatepark Details
Admission Free, open to the public
Allowed Skateboards, in-line skates
Lighting Yes
Fenced Yes
Construction Concrete
Size 5,200 sq ft (approx)
Architect Site Design Group
Opened 2015
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Last Updated: March 24, 2021