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Skateparks in Seattle

The following list includes all skatedots, skatespots and skateparks from the Citywide Skatepark Plan Appendix, plus other public and private skateparks, features and facilities in Seattle as of 07/02/2014. In cases where it is available, additional data is also provided.

This information is provided to:

  • Give a "big-picture" view of the emerging Seattle Citywide Skatepark System
  • Enable skatepark stewards to connect with their local communities
  • Direct new skatepark advocates into existing campaigns throughout the City
  • Show you where to SKATE!
For more information, please see the Citywide Skatepark Plan and the Public Skatepark Development Guide. Feel free to contact us with updates and feedback about the information contained in this list.

 


Southwest
NameStatusSizeSquare
Feet
Year
Built
CostDesignerBuilderContact
Alki Beach               
Delridge Playfield13,000  2011  $940,000  Grindline  Grindline  50  50   
Hiawatha Playfield               
High Point Playfield or Myrtle Reservoir               
Jack Block Park5,000  2001    Port of Seattle  Port of Seattle       
Marginal Way6,000  2004  $50,000  DIY  DIY       
River City4,900  2010  $166,000  Grindline  Grindline  100     
Roxhill Park8,000  2013  $600,000  California Skateparks  Grindline  10  90   
Schmitz Park Bridge  1990    Grindline  Grindline       
Seattle Vert Ramp3,300  2012        100     

Northwest
NameStatusSizeSquare
Feet
Year
Built
CostDesignerBuilderContact
65th & Roosevelt               
All Together Skate6,900  2014  $35,000  Grindline  Seattle Skateboarding Community  10  90   
Ballard Bowl4,000  2005  $250,000  Airspeed  Grindline  90  10   
Ballard Corners Park200  2009    Barker Landscape Architects  Nathan Arnold Masonry    100   
Crown Hill Park1,500  2011  $55,000  Pillar Design Studios  Grindline  70  30   
Ella Bailey Park1,500  2006    Cathy Tuttle  Contractor    100   
Gas Works Park               
Kirke Park      Grindline      100   
Lower Woodland Park17,000  2008  $1,150,000  Wally Hollyday  TF Sahli Construction  40  60   
Sandel Playground               
SDOT Interurban Trail Project               

Central West
NameStatusSizeSquare
Feet
Year
Built
CostDesignerBuilderContact
Magnolia Playfield               
Myrtle Edwards Park               
Seattle Center10,000  2009  $2,900,000  Newline  Grindline  20  80   
Summit Slope1,500  2010  $12,000  Grindline  Contractor    100   

Central East
NameStatusSizeSquare
Feet
Year
Built
CostDesignerBuilderContact
Eastlake & Allison               
Garfield - Medgar Evers Pool               
Judkins Park8,000  2013  $600,000  Grindline  Grindline       
Miller Playfield               
Pratt Park               
Wall of Death  1993    Mowry & Colin Baden  Seattle City Light       

Northeast
NameStatusSizeSquare
Feet
Year
Built
CostDesignerBuilderContact
Dahl Playfield4,000  2010  $205,000  Newline  Hardcore Shotcrete  10  90   
Hubbard Homestead Park      Newline  TF Sahli Construction    100   
Lake City Playground               
Magnuson Park               
Maple Leaf Reservoir               
Roosevelt Reservoir               

Southeast
NameStatusSizeSquare
Feet
Year
Built
CostDesignerBuilderContact
Benefit Park - Phase I108  2012  $17,701  Grindline  Grindline    100   
Benefit Park - Phase II1,500  2013  $41,000  Grindline  Seattle Civilian Conservation Corps, Grindline    100   
Brighton Playfield               
Genesee Playfield               
Jefferson Park18,000  2011  $1,010,000  Grindline  TF Sahli Construction  40  60   
John C. Little Park               
Rainier Beach Playfield               
Red Bull Skate Space1,500  2014    Torey Pudwill  CJ Rench    100   
 

Skatepark Size
  Skatedot
(25 - 1,500 sq ft)
  Skatespot
(1,501 - 10,000 sq ft)
  District Skatepark
(10,001 - 30,000 sq ft)
  Regional Skatepark
(30,000+ sq ft)
 
Skatepark Status
  Sited - This site has been approved for integrated skateable terrain or a skatepark by the City of Seattle. Contact information is for relevant government agency or agent.
  Active - One or more advocates are currently working to fund, design and build something here. Contact information is for lead advocate.
  Designed - An approved design exists for the skatepark or skate feature. Contact the lead advocate for current status!
  Built - Ready to Skate! Contact information is for local stewards.
  Dead on Arrival - Dude, what happened to my skatepark? Skate-appropriate site killed by NIMBYs, NIMBYism, or BANANA (Build Absoluetly Nothing Anywhere Near Anything) ethic. Contact information is for opposed neighbor, spokesperson, group, corporation, agent, etc.
 
Skatepark Terrain
  Transitional Elements
  Streetscape Elements

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