Location

West Allis, WI

Park Name

Radtke Park Skatepark

Size

9,000 Sq. Ft.

Year Built

2015

    Radtke Park Skatepark


    The park that changed the way the world thought about skateparks. In the summer of 2008, Spohn Ranch was proud to collaborate with the forward-thinking Daybreak community and local landscape architects, G. Brown to design and build the nation’s first skateable sculpture garden.

    Throwing all notions of conventional skatepark design out the window, we developed a vision for a mixed-use public space with eye-catching skateable sculptures artfully set along a pair of winding pedestrian paths. Nestled in an unassuming housing development, this unnamed park is home to over a dozen integrated skateable art pieces, such as the “Ribbon” which was inspired by Park City’s 2002 Olympic ribbon sculpture.

    Photography by Dave Brewer


    ADDRESS:
    RADTKE SKATEPARK
    1716 S 84th St
    West Allis, WI 53214


    HOURS:
    Dawn – Dusk


    LIGHTS:
    NO