The Carbondale Skatepark is an outdoor concrete skatepark located in Carbondale, Colorado, USA. The park was designed by local skateboarders in conjunction with the skatepark construction company, Team Pain, and was opened in 2016.
The skatepark features a variety of obstacles, including a large bowl with a shallow end ranging from four to six feet deep and a deep end reaching over nine feet deep. There are also several street-style elements such as rails, stairs, and ledges. The transitions throughout the park are smooth, providing a great experience for skateboarders of all skill levels.
The Carbondale Skatepark is free and open to the public, and is designed to accommodate skateboarders, BMX riders, and inline skaters. The park is popular among locals and visitors alike, and offers a fun and challenging environment for skaters to enjoy.
The park is well-maintained, and includes a covered area for shade and protection from the elements. Additionally, there are benches and picnic tables for spectators and skaters to relax and enjoy the park.
The Carbondale Skatepark is a great destination for anyone looking to skate in a fun and challenging environment. The park’s location in the scenic Roaring Fork Valley also provides access to a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, and fishing.
Inline Skates, Scooters, Skateboards
Helmet Required, Pads required