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Spohn Ranch & LA County Unveil New Castaic Skatepark

After several years of hard work, the Castaic Skatepark is now open! On February 27, Spohn Ranch was joined by the Los Angeles County officials and 100+ skateboarders as we officially cut the ribbon on a modern skateable landscape at the Castaic Sports Complex. The Castaic Skatepark blends seamlessly into our design canvas at the Complex with concrete pathways that … FULL POST »

Highly-Anticipated George Lane Skatepark Underway

After completing a pathway-style skatepark at the Castaic Sports Complex, Spohn Ranch’s second of two skatepark design/build projects for the County of Los Angeles is charging ahead at George Lane Park in Quartz Hill, California – just southwest of Lancaster. The 15,000 square foot George Lane Skatepark will replace an under-utilized horseshoe pit area in the northern part of the … FULL POST »

Hard Work Pays Off for Harbor City Skatepark

Spohn Ranch and our client of two decades, the City of Los Angeles, are teaming up for a new concrete skatepark at Harbor City Park in Harbor City, California. The 11,000 square foot skatepark will occupy an under-utilized space in the southwest corner of the park, at the intersection of Lomita Boulevard and Belle Porte Avenue. After several years of … FULL POST »

Spohn Ranch Breaks Ground On New Castaic Skatepark

After several months of permitting and paperwork with the County of Los Angeles, Spohn Ranch’s design/build project at the Castaic Sports Complex is off to the races, with a target completion of December. The Castaic Skatepark will occupy a horseshoe pit area just north of the Sports Complex, right off Interstate 5 and about 10 miles north of Santa Clarita. … FULL POST »

FRITZ BURNS SKATEPARK UPGRADED TO CONCRETE

After a short gap in coverage, Fritz Burns Park in La Quinta, California is once again home to a public skatepark. A collection of metal ramps served the community well for nearly 15 years, but when a renovation project for the overall park forced the skatepark to move south, we advised the City to recycle the ramps and upgrade to … FULL POST »