Location

Daytona Beach, FL

Park Name

Bethune Point Skatepark

Size

16,000 Sq. Ft.

Year Built

2009

    Bethune Point Skatepark


    Set beautifully in front of the water on the Florida coastline, the Bethune Point Skatepark has transformed the City of Daytona Beach into a skateboarding destination for skaters from across the state of Florida.  In 2010, Transworld Skateboarding praised the park, “Daytona Beach isn’t just for Spring Break and NASCAR anymore, this new plaza they’ve got looks amazing.”

    On opening day, Daytona Beach’s Recreation Director, Percey Williamson, also shared his appreciation for the world-class facility when he declared the park “the finest skatepark in the country”.  Working from design through construction, Spohn Ranch developed a one-of-a-kind design that would catapult skateboarding to new levels of artistry and innovation.  As skaters enter the park via a circular terrace, their individual style of riding dictates their path through a diversity of distinct features and terrain.

    A unique skateable sculpture, the “Broken Pyramid”, anchors the lower plaza level, providing a compelling centerpiece and letting skaters smoothly flow to any corner of the park.  The piece was also cast with integral lighting on each corner, making it the perfect feature for an imaginative nighttime photo shoot.  Integrated landscaping helps transform the park into a vibrant recreational space where skaters and their families both feel welcome.  We rounded out the park with a replica of backyard swimming pool, complete with blue tile and traditional pool coping.


    ADDRESS:
    Bethune Point Skatepark
    11 Bellevue Ave,
    Daytona Beach, FL 32114


    HOURS:
    Various


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