1960’s RIP Closed Skateparks

This category is to separate out the skateparks built in the 1960’s. There is very little known about these earliest skateparks in skateboarding’s history. Please dig up your old pics and share them along with stories for skaters all over the world to preserve their history, send to jeff@concretedisciples.com

The Worlds 1st Skateparks in a Timeline

      June 1, 1965 - Dry Surf Skate Board Rink, Tuscon AZ.
      July 1, 1965 - Albany Skateboard Centre, Oregon
      Aug. 21, 1965 - V.E. Skate Arena - Kelso
      Sept. 3, 1965 - Surf City, Tempe AZ.
      June 4, 1966 - Surfers World - Anaheim
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Grandaddy Wipeout advertisement post-opening
 
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A skatepark built at a furniture store. A contender for the earliest skatepark ever
Mooney Grove Skateboard Course
 
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The first known public concrete skatepark.
Legend City Pipeline
 
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Extremely early skatepark concept as an amusement park "ride"
Surf City - Tempe
 
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Longview Daily News, April 22, 1966. - V.E. Skate Arena - Kelso
 
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Surfers World - Anaheim
 
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