Purple Heart Skatepark
The Purple Heart Skatepark is located in Apache Junction, Arizona, United States. It is a unique skatepark that is dedicated to supporting and rehabilitating wounded veterans through skateboarding.
The skatepark was built by the Make It Count Foundation and opened in 2012. It is a concrete skatepark with a variety of obstacles, including a large bowl, a street section with rails, stairs, and ledges, and a flow section with banks and transitions. The park also has lights for night skating.
The Purple Heart Skatepark offers various programs and events that provide support and rehabilitation opportunities for wounded veterans, including skateboarding clinics, therapy sessions, and community events. The park also hosts various skateboarding events, including competitions and demos.
Overall, the Purple Heart Skatepark is a well-designed and unique facility that provides a great destination for skateboarders and wounded veterans in the Apache Junction area. Its focus on supporting and rehabilitating wounded veterans through skateboarding makes it a valuable community asset and a model for other similar facilities.
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