The Coolidge Skatepark is not always open; the first time I stopped here (in April 2018), it was temporarily closed due to graffiti and trash problems. Last week (December 2018), I swung by again, and found it open. Inside, there is a rather sizable, concrete, left-hand "pseudo kidney" that probably doesn't get skated much, as evidenced by the stagnant water and trash collecting in the deep end. The bowl has a shallow end in the 4-5' range, with an 8-9' deep end, and looks like it might be a bit of fun (for an expert-level skater) if it were cleaned out and dried up. The "street" area is dominated by large banks on one end that frame an eight-stair gap (with very tall handrails) between them, a 6' high quaterpipe on the other end, with a set of banks in the middle making a big platform with rails, boxes, and hubbas going across it. Everything is on the "big" side, but flows remarkably well. It's probably not worth a road trip in itself, but might be worth the quick diversion form the I-17 between Phoenix and Tucson, just to check it out, along with the Indian reservation skatepark(s) up in nearby Sacaton. -Bud Stratford, Everything Skateboarding/Concrete Disciples
- Rotary Skate Park - Coolidge, AZ
Rotary Skate Park - Coolidge, AZ
193 0 6 0
Rotary Skate Park
Size (square footage, no comma)
2500 square feet.
Open / Closed
Free or Pay
Inside or Outside
Are Pads Required?
Is there a pro shop on site?
From AZ 287/AZ 87 (S. Arizona Blvd, the main north/south street through town), go west on W. Coolidge Ave., then turn north on N. 9th St, then east onto W. Wilson Ave. The skatepark is behind and beside West Elementary School.
There are no user reviews for this listing.