Dave Olseth Memorial Skatepark
Dave Olseth Memorial Skatepark is a modern and spacious skateboarding facility located in Livingston, Montana. The park was designed and built by Dreamland Skateparks and was completed in 2015 in memory of Dave Olseth, a beloved local skateboarder who passed away in 2012.
The park is designed to cater to skateboarders of all levels, from beginners to professionals. It features a large bowl section with a depth of 9 feet, a street section with a variety of ledges, rails, and stairs, and a flow section with a variety of transitions and obstacles. The park’s features are constructed from concrete, providing a smooth and durable surface for skateboarders to ride on.
Dave Olseth Memorial Skatepark’s unique design and layout make it a popular destination for skateboarders in the area. The park features a central hub that connects to the various sections of the park, providing a continuous flow of movement for skateboarders. The park also includes a unique “death box” feature, a challenging and technical obstacle for experienced skateboarders.
Safety is a top priority at Dave Olseth Memorial Skatepark. The park features smooth transitions and high-quality materials, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for skateboarders of all ages and skill levels. The park is also equipped with lighting, making it accessible for evening use.
Dave Olseth Memorial Skatepark is free to use and open to the public, making it a welcoming and inclusive space for all members of the community. The park’s location in Livingston’s Sacajawea Park adds to its appeal, providing a peaceful and scenic environment for skaters to enjoy. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, Dave Olseth Memorial Skatepark is a must-visit destination for any skateboarder in the area.
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