Located about 30 minutes south of Salt Lake City and quaintly wedged between Lake Utah and the Timpanogos Mountains is the booming community of Lehi, Utah.
In March of 2017, Spohn Ranch completed construction of the Lehi Skatepark, adding 12,000 square feet of concrete to Lehi’s picturesque landscape.
The skatepark is now officially open and located at the address below.
Lehi Skatepark address:
2006 W 2100 N
Lehi, UT 84043
If you read our previous post regarding construction of the Lehi Skatepark , you’ll know Spohn Ranch came highly recommended as the nation’s premiere skatepark builder. Our previous skatepark projects in Utah cities such as Provo and South Jordan, exhibit just a small portion of our portfolio.
Our skatepark design/build process began with community design workshops and ended with our team of skill concrete craftsmen executing construction with unmistakable attention to detail.
We pride ourselves on building well-balanced skateparks. Lehi Skatepark was no different. The skatepark features a competition-level 8′ – 10.5’ deep bowl, complete with 1’ of vert in the deep end. Complementing the large bowl is a smaller kidney bowl at 4′ – 6′, geared toward beginner riders.
The street section is signature Spohn Ranch with banks, manual pads, handrails galore, steps, an A-frame and a massive tombstone for those looking to test the limits of gravity.
We sent out our Utah photographer Gage Thompson with bowl ripper Colton Woods and friends to enjoy and document the fruits of our labor. To no surprise, every part the skatepark and bowl (and a fair bit of the air) was used thoroughly.
Since opening, the Lehi Skatepark has received incredible praise. In addition to a tidal wave of reviews from local skateboarders and social media influencers, the skatepark was also deemed the official destination for Go Skateboarding Day in Utah (a national holiday for skateboarders),
Building upon the success of the Lehi Skatepark, Spohn Ranch will be adding two more concrete skateparks to Utah later this year – North Ogden City and Wasatch Acadamy in Mt. Pleasant. Stay tuned for updates!