Don Anema Memorial Skatepark
Northglenn Skatepark is a popular skateboarding destination located in Northglenn, Colorado. The skatepark was designed by award-winning skatepark designer Wally Hollyday and built in 2007.
The park is spread over an area of approximately 35,000 square feet and offers a variety of features to skateboarders of all skill levels. The park includes a massive bowl with a deep end that reaches over 12 feet, as well as an adjoining shallow end. In addition, there is a street section that features a variety of rails, ledges, and stairs, providing ample opportunities for skaters to grind, slide, and jump.
One of the unique features of Northglenn Skatepark is the “Giant Pyramid,” which stands at the center of the park and offers skaters a variety of angles and levels to ride on. There are also several other features, such as hips, spines, and banks, that offer skaters plenty of opportunities to practice and show off their skills.
The skatepark is open from dawn until dusk, and admission is free. The park is also equipped with lights, allowing skaters to ride after dark.
Overall, Northglenn Skatepark is a well-designed and maintained skatepark that attracts skaters from all over the region. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced skateboarder, you’ll find plenty of challenges and opportunities to push yourself at this park.
BMX, Scooters, Skateboards
Helmet Required, Pads required