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Skate Parks

Northside Aztlan Community Center

The City of Fort Collins' first skate park, located at 112 W. Willow, was constructed in 1994 and consisted of 5 plywood ramps. In spring 2001, a large wooden half-pipe was added.

The park is free to the public and open year-round.

Edora Skateboard Park

The Edora Skate Park opened Sept. 7, 2001. The 17,500-square-foot concrete facility boasts snake runs, bowls, ramps and rails. The integrated design allows for a seamless flow between park structures, while also catering to varying expertise levels.

Located between the Edora Pool Ice Center (EPIC) and the ballfields and tennis courts at Edora Park, the skate park is accessible via the City's transit system as well as Spring Creek Trail.

The $385,000 project was made possible, in part, through funding from the 1996 Building Community Choices ballot, Great Outdoors Colorado, the Larimer County Juvenile Probation Department's community cookbook project, and public and private contributions.

The park is free to the public and open year-round.

Fossil Creek Skateboard Park

This 15,000 square foot urban obstacle skateboard park, is nestled in between the parking lots and playground near the front of Fossil Creek Community Park. Opened in 2003, the park offers a variety of steps and ramps to accommodate all skill levels. It includes steps ranging from three to nine high, a three step ramp over water, five grind rails including a three flat three combination, ramps and various platforms ranging from six inches to four feet high. The park was created for the skateboarders who learned their skills on the streets.

The park is free to the public and open year-round.