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Heritage Skatepark - Camp Verde, Arizona, U.S.A.

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Heritage Skatepark - Camp Verde, Arizona, U.S.A.

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Skatepark Name
Camp Verde Skatepark
Size (square footage, no comma)
4000 square feet.
Open / Closed
  • Open
Free or Pay
Inside or Outside
Are Pads Required?
Riding Surface?
Is there a pro shop on site?


Postal Code
Camp Verde
I-17 exit 289, go south on W. Middle Verde Rd. This becomes N. Montezuma Castle Hwy; continue south 1.5 miles to W. Apache Trail and turn west. Skatepark is .3 mile down Apache Trail, next to the city pool (Heritage Pool)


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Heritage Skatepark in Camp Verde is a small, free, outdoor, concrete skatepark that features a small, semi-rectangular bowl with a very prominent, 180-degree hip in the center of it that is extremely difficult to skate, even for expert-level skaters, due to sketchy transitions and horribly uneven coping. The street area is wedged between large, smooth banks on one side (the best part of the park, right there), and a mid-height quarterpipe on the other side; in between, there are hubbas, ledges, a couple of rails, and a pyramid. Everything in the street area is fairly well-designed and built, and has a reasonably good flow to it. Probably not worth a drive all by itself, but well worth a quick stop if you happen to be in the area. -Bud Stratford, Everything Skateboarding/Concrete Disciples _________________________________________________________________________________ This park is a little haggard. There is a decent size hubba set up with a roll in approach, unfortunately its set up so that goofy foot people can't hit it backside. Next to the hubba is a low, flat wide square rail that has to be approach using 1/4 drop ins and not much time to set up for. There is a double box set at the front of the park, the lower shelf is quite long and curves, and the upper shelf does have a little launch at the front for getting onto. The box set is best set up for goofy skaters. Next to the box set is a pool which looked extremely rough to almost non skateable. In the main part of the park is a pyramid with 1/4 pipes lining both sides of the inner park, no vert on them, but coped. There is hip on the left side 1/4 pipe in the middle which makes for some launching fun. And on the far side of the park is a slanted square rail with about maybe 10 feet of preparation room. Not a bad park to fool around in but I wouldn't go out of your way for it.


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This is my hometown park, I know it's not a real park but it was a DAY project by a bunch of high school skaters and their dads. If you saw any of these obstacles on the street, you'd skate the hell out of them.
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