Willits Skate Park

75 North Main Street
Willits, CA 95490


Willits Skate Park Association was formed for the purpose of generating funds to build an outdoor concrete skate park in Willits, California. The facility is publicly owned and free to use by skateboarders, roller skaters, and roller blades (in-line skating). What started as an idea in 1999, came to full fruition on October 23, 2004 when the park first opened.

At first glance, the goal of the Willits Skate Park Association may almost seem mundane: to construct the first skate park in Mendocino County. But the true story of this odyssey goes beyond simply making sure skateboarders in the county have a curvy place to play. Initially the goal was to build a 10,000 square foot skatepark, at an estimated cost of $200,000, taking approximately two years to complete.

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