Before designing Northeast Wyoming’s first modern skateboarding landscape, our work for Campbell County involved a thorough site selection process where we analyzed locations throughout the community – examining accessibility, environmental impact and design canvas. When the 4J Road site was selected, we injected input from local skateboarders into the design of a state-of-the-art space.
A winding pathway leads users from the parking lot to the skatepark and is lined with skate-friendly benches and pump humps. The innovations continue inside the park with colored concrete, skateable boulders, a ¾ open bowl, an Instagram-worthy handicap ramp feature and a custom steel sculpture that recreates the County’s mountain range logo. Thorough, long-term grading and stormwater management plans address the site’s expansive subgrade.