Marginal Way Skatepark
Marginal Way Skatepark is a beloved community skatepark located in Seattle, Washington, USA. The park was originally built in 2004 by a group of dedicated skaters who wanted to create a unique and challenging place to skate.
The skatepark covers an area of approximately 20,000 square feet and features a range of terrain for skaters of all skill levels. The park has a street course with a variety of obstacles, including ledges, rails, and stairs. The bowl area features a variety of transitions, pool coping, and a cradle.
One of the most unique features of Marginal Way Skatepark is its DIY (do-it-yourself) ethos. The park was built entirely by volunteers, who continue to maintain and expand the park to this day. Skaters are encouraged to help maintain the park and contribute to its ongoing development.
The skatepark is free and open to the public from dawn until dusk, and is regularly patrolled by local law enforcement to ensure the safety of all skaters. The park also hosts various events and competitions throughout the year, including an annual fundraiser to help support the ongoing maintenance and development of the park.
Overall, Marginal Way Skatepark is a testament to the power of community and the DIY spirit. With its unique terrain, welcoming atmosphere, and ongoing commitment to the skater community, the park has become a beloved institution for skaters in Seattle and beyond.
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