Braintree Massachusetts has a fun skatepark! The skatepark has a some fun prefabricated ramps for all skill levels. Our favorite feature is the funbox in the center of the skatepark! Use our Massachusetts skatepark locator to get skatepark directions.
Concord Massachusetts has a sick prefab skatepark! The skatepark has a some fun prefabricated ramps for all skill levels. Our favorite feature is the mini ramp! Use our Massachusetts skatepark locator to get skatepark directions.
Boston’s #1 Skateboard Instructor Private 1 on 1 Lessons with Ben Kerrigan The Boston Common is the oldest park in America! The Common was established in 1634 by Massachusetts Governor John Winthrop. The Boston Common is also famous for some awesome beginner and advanced skateboard spots. This is 1 of the very unique locations where we Read More
This past Tuesday we spoke with students at Roger Clap School! We talked about skateboarding fundamentals, history, Tony Hawk and the current state of Boston Skateboarding. The 5th grade class was so excited about skateboarding their teacher suggested writing a letter to the Dorchester Reps about building a skatepark! Thank you to Kenny Jervis and Read More
Malden Massachusetts has a sick concrete skatepark! The skatepark has street parking and has lights that automaticly turn on at night. Use our Massachusetts skatepark locator to get skatepark directions.
SkateboardEDU – Skateboard Training Programs – Needham, MA We are excited to be offering our Summer SkateboardEDU camp with the Needham Park and Recreation for the third year in a row! Ages: 8 to 11 years old. Sessions: July 6 – 10th July 20 – 24th July 27 – 31st Times: 9:00am – 12:00pm Location: Pollard Read More
Boston Massachusetts has an awesome do it yourself skatepark near Cleveland Circle and Reservoir Station. This DIY was made by local Boston skateboarders. The ground is a little rough so be prepared to push! There is a parking lot right next to the skatepark. Use our Massachusetts skatepark locator to get skatepark directions.
Happy to hear our friends out in Western Massachusetts will have a brand new skateboard facility! Also check out our Massachusetts Skatepark Locator. Article: “Right back in the late ’90s, some kids went to the board of selectmen and explained their desire for a skate park,” Dobosz said.
On May 20th we met with Warner Larson and the Boston Parks Department along with local residents to discuss the Cassidy DIY and implementing skateboard features into the master plan. There will be more meetings in the future and so we need your continued support! We believe that the ideas and opinions raised in the Read More
WHY: This meeting will decide the future of the Cassidy DIY. Our Boston Parks contact said “if no skaters show up it will be assumed that no one is interested and no skatepark will be considered in the redesign.” WHERE: Boston College Gasson Hall Room 201 140 Commonwealth Ave, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 WHEN: Wednesday Read More