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Support the SLO SKATE PARK
Want to leave your mark on the SLO Skate Park?!
Purchase a brick for placement at the new park. Fill out the
Brick Brochure or purchase online here:

The SLO Skate Park, located at Santa Rosa Park (1050 Oak Street), presents skaters the opportunity to master skills, learn and work on new tricks, and have fun hanging out with peers. Modular ramps (steel frame, skatelite pro surface) were installed in April 2009.

"Come get radical at the SLO Skate Park." - J.B.

7 a.m. to dusk

Helmet, elbow and knee pads are required. The SLO SKATEPARK is an unsupervised facility. Rules and regulations are posted on the fence. Rules enforced by the Ranger Service and SLOPD.

The Future of the SLO SKATEPARK
The first SLO SKATEPARK at Santa Rosa Park was opened in 1994 at the urging of the community. Wood ramps were built by generous volunteers. This new space gave the skateboarders their very own area to skate in the City. As the years passed, the wood ramps deteriorated and the skateboarding community decided to approach the City Council with a request for a new, in-ground concrete skate park. In 2007, the park was adopted as a Major City Goal and has gone through the extensive design and planning and approval process.

As the process nears its end, the project is not yet fully funded. The City has applied for several grants including the very competitive Tony Hawk Foundation Grant, which was awarded in 2009. However, a significant shortfall of funding remains. Please check out the Brick Campaign and fundraising events to be a part of building the dream!

Design of Proposed SLO SKATEPARK


Buy A Brick. Build A Dream. Brick Campaign
Purchase a brick and leave your mark on the new SLO SKATEPARK. With each purchased brick, a new, first class, in-ground concrete skate park nears completion. Your brick will be prominently displayed at the SLO SKATEPARK.

Brick Campaign Brochure
View the
Brick Brochure to check out photos of the proposed skate park and learn more about available brick spaces at the new park.


Reasons to Buy A Brick

  • Support the SLO SKATEPARK

  • Celebrate a Birthday

  • Display a Business

  • Give a Gift to Someone Special

  • Help Build a NEW skate park

  • Leave a Legacy

  • Memorialize a Loved One

  • Great Way to Donate (All purchases are tax deductible)

  • It's Cool!


Buy A Brick Online
To order a brick, visit the online registration page, click on "Register" and enter 9909.101 (individual) or 9909.102 (business) under Activity Number.

There are many ways to support the building of a new SLO SKATEPARK.
Fundraising for the skate park is ongoing.

Donate $5. Build a Dream.
Add a $5 donation while you register and help us build the much needed concrete skate park! Visit the online registration page, click on "Register" and enter 9909.103 under Activity Number.

Buy A Brick. Build A Dream. Brick Campaign
View the
Brick Brochure to check out photos of the proposed skate park and learn more about available brick spaces at the new park.

Special Events
Look here for upcoming events and fundraisers.

Central Coast Monster Skate Park Series 2013
Skateboarders of all abilities and ages are invited to participate in the Monster Skate Park Series. The series travels across San Luis Obispo County and visits six different skate parks to tally points for each skater.

Program Age Days Dates Times Cost
Atascadero 5+  Sat Apr 6 10am $15 per entry
San Luis Obispo* 5+  Sat Apr 20 10am $15 per entry
Templeton 5+  Sat Apr 27 10am $15 per entry

Morro Bay



May 4


$15 per entry

Los Osos



May 18


$15 per entry

*Additional equipment will be brought in to enhance the SLO Skate Park ramps.

General Information
The mission of the SLO SKATEPARK is to provide recreational opportunities at a high-quality, safe skate park for the public of all ages to enjoy and for the community to be proud of. For more information on the SLO SKATEPARK contact Dave Setterlund at 781-7067.



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