Irrigon Skate Park

Corner of North East 6th and North East Main Street
Irrigon, OR 97844

Irrigon began construction on a new skate park, which opened in April of 2007. The park offers 8,000 sq. feet of concrete bowls and ramps. Mayor Don Baxter, Pastor Rick Yardley, Tucker Tuvey, Chris Kline, Jerry Breazeale and other members of the committee, secured funding for the park without using city tax money, relying on grants from the Federal Land and Water Fund and Oregon State Parks, as well as a $20,000 donation from the Tony Hawk Foundation. Grindline Skateparks, Inc. is the Seattle company that oversaw the design and construction. The skate park includes security lighting, security cameras, park benches, public restroom and a parking lot.

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