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East Anaheim’s Logan Wells Memorial Skatepark Opens

On Saturday February 23rd, Spohn Ranch joined the Logan Wells Memorial Foundation, the City of Anaheim and several hundred of Logan’s family, friends and supporters to officially cut the ribbon on the Logan Wells Memorial Skatepark.  Despite unprecedented levels of rain throughout January-February, our veteran team of skatepark builders stayed on track with the aggressive construction schedule and finished just … FULL POST »

New Goleta Skatepark Set To Open March 30th

The highly anticipated Goleta Skatepark will officially open on Saturday, March 30th. The 5,000 square foot concrete skatepark was designed by Spohn Ranch in conjunction with input from local skateboarders – collected via a series of design workshops. The Goleta Skatepark is just one of several amenities at a 4-acre park in Goleta’s historic Old Town, officially named the Jonny … 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 »

PAGE, ARIZONA ADDS SKATEPARK TO ICONIC LANDSCAPE

The City of Page, Arizona’s 3 million annual visitors can soon add state-of-the-art concrete skatepark to their vacation itineraries. After being selected via a nationwide search for skatepark design/build firms, then executing a comprehensive design process, Spohn Ranch has officially begun construction on the Page Skatepark. Located in the northwest corner of John C. Page Memorial Park, the skatepark design … 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 »

Union County, NJ Debuts New Mattano Park Skatepark

Mattano Park Skatepark in Elizabeth, New Jersey has joined the modern era. A collection of steel ramps served the community well for many years, but new skatepark design trends and the escalating maintenance demands of steel ramps made it clear it was time to upgrade to concrete. A collaboration between Union County, the City of Elizabeth, Suburban Consulting Engineers and … FULL POST »

Believe The Hype – Goleta Skatepark Coming to Life

Construction of Goleta, California’s first public skatepark is officially underway. Spohn Ranch was commissioned as skatepark designer by the City of Goleta in 2013, but after a successful design process, the larger park project was put on hold due to a property ownership issue. Thankfully the issue was eventually resolved and the project resumed in early 2018. The 4,500 square … FULL POST »

Wheaton Skatepark Upgrades From Ramps to Concrete

The Clocktower Commons Skatepark in Wheaton, Illinois has officially re-opened! The skatepark was temporarily closed while the aging wood ramps were removed and replaced with new concrete terrain. Spohn Ranch was hired by the Wheaton Park District and tasked with updating the skatepark while preserving the existing concrete slab. For a smooth transition, we cut trenches in the slab where … FULL POST »

PREMIERE SKATE PLAZA COMING TO HIGHLAND, INDIANA

The Town of Highland, Indiana, located 45 minutes southeast of Chicago, will soon be home to a state-of-the-art concrete skatepark courtesy of Los Angeles-based skatepark builder Spohn Ranch. Shaped by input from local skateboarders, the skatepark design provides 7,000 square feet of modern concrete terrain including a below-grade mini-ramp, stair sets of varying difficulty level and a variety of grind … 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 »