The Bay Creek Skatepark is a 12,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark located in Loganville, Georgia, an outer ring Atlanta suburb located about an hour to the northeast.
The park was designed and constructed in 2009 by the Pillar Design Studios team in cooperation with the city of Loganville and many skaters from the local skateboarding community.
Bay Creek Skatepark Details
|Address||Bay Creek Park143 Ozora RoadLoganville, Gerogia 30052|
|Features||Bowl, mini-ramp, volcano, quarterpipe, roll-ins, corners, gaps, kicker, London gap, wall ride, fun box, curbs, hubbas, stairs, banks, ledges, flat rails, handrails, and banks.|
|Size||12,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, in-line skates, BMX bikes, and scooters.|
|Hours||Sunrise to 11 pm|
|Design/Build||Pillar Design Studios|
Bay Creek Skatepark Overview
The Bay Creek Skatepark located in Loganville is one of the more creatively designed skateparks from Pillar Design Studios. The way the different transition and street-style skate elements are interwoven is truly a masterpiece.
One of the park’s main features is the uniquely shaped bowl. The bowl contains two distinct sections separated by a skinny platform section. The first section is shaped similarly to a rocket with two deep circular hips at the bottom and an elongated rectangular bowl at the top. On the other side of the platform, you will find another large elongated bowl section.
In the middle of the park is an elevated circular platform surrounded by green spaces filled with grass and trees. The circular platform itself contains a number of grindable benches, ledges, and a few low-sitting flat rails.
Once you leave the middle section, you can skate the street plaza sections that border the middle platform. In this area, you can find stairs complete with handrails, an ultra-smooth kicker, hubbas, plenty of ledges, and even a volcano. Take your time going back and forth from the central circular platform to the larger surrounding square-shaped street plaza section.
Finally, on the far side of the park, there is a rounded quarterpipe that makes up the entire western portion of the park. Build up your speed as you enter this large area and ride the walls of the quarterpipe, grind the coping, or pop out the vert section and pull off some air tricks.
The extra-large curved quarterpipe provides an excellent place for skaters to turn around while maintaining their speed so they can re-enter the street plaza section and clear the stairs, grind one of the several rails, or fly from the kicker.
Overall, the Bay Creek Skatepark is a well-designed park that has a little something for everyone. The different elements of the park flow well into one another allowing skaters to throw together creative runs and continuously skate without needing to stop and restart again.
The Bay Creek Skatepark is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, from sunrise until 11 pm.