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Fairmont Skatepark (Sugarhouse) - Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A.

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Fairmont Skatepark (Sugarhouse) - Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Salt Lake City Skatepark
Open / Closed
Open
Lights
Yes
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Construction Info

Designer

Location

Address
Fairmount Park
Postal Code
84101
Latitude
40.72
Longitude
-111.86
City
Salt Lake City
Directions
It's super easy to find its in Fairmount Park right off of I-80, get off the 700 east exit, head 1 street to the north and turn right and you'll run right into it. It's on 900 east right around 2300 south (the city is one big grid kinda like playing Battleship)

Contacts

Managment
City

(posted 8/25/04)The Salt Lake City park is now open or east 3/4 of it is. When the city announced the contractor pretty much everyone said the were going to fuck it up and they did, so for the last 3 months it's been sitting there done but tied up it arguments about what to do. They finally decided to fence of the deep bowl and tear it out to be repoured and go ahead an open rest of the park. The flowbowl area is by no means not without flaws but it is skateable and kinda fun. I'd say the park is a 6-7 a few years back it would have been higher but with parks like Carbondale CO and Klamath Falls OR being built it's not real creative. - B. Baade (posted 7/6/04)Brand new "Site Design" Designed park. Not open yet, the City went with the lowest contractor and they blew it in the big bowl. It has no vert, yet 10' deep. I guess they are in litigation over the bad pour the cement guys did. Good looking flow bowl with Site Design features. Current skatepark street area, with 2 rails, london gap, hips, a hubba and other ledges.

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User reviews

1 review
Overall rating
 
3.7
Street Rating
 
3.0(1)
Tranny Rating
 
4.0(1)
Overall Rating
 
4.0(1)
A great little park, with two big bowls and a very economically designed street area. The skull bowl is rarely skated, so enjoy those round walls. The street area is quite popular, and usually crowded. It's set up tight, so simultaneous sessions can get dodgy.
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