Holladay Skatepark

Holladay Skatepark

Holladay Skatepark is a 9,000 square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark in Holladay City, Utah, a town that is part of the Salt Lake City metropolitan area. The park includes a large bowl and street plaza.

Details

LocationHolladay City, Salt Lake County, Utah
Address4580 S 2300 East
Holladay, UT 84117
Coordinates40.670182, -111.825191
FeaturesBowl, street plaza
Size9,000 square feet
Riding AllowedSkateboards, scooters, skates, bikes
ConstructionConcrete
HoursDawn to dusk
LightsNo
FenceNo
FeeNo
Phone(801) 272-9450
Opened2022
Design/BuildSpohn Ranch Skateparks

Holladay Skatepark Overview

Holladay Skatepark
Images courtesy Spohn Ranch Skateparks

Holladay Skatepark is located in Holladay City Park, next to Holladay City Hall, about 8 miles southeast of downtown Salt Lake City. The tall peaks of the nearby Wasatch Mountains serve as the backdrop for the park – a point of pride referenced in a mountain-shaped quarterpipe at one end of the skatepark.

Opened in 2022, the skatepark was built by California-based skatepark design-build firm, Spohn Ranch Skateparks. The skatepark is arranged in a long triangle on a strip of land between a lumberyard and city baseball fields.

Holladay Skatepark has two distinct sections, a long street plaza and a bowl. The street plaza is bookended by quarterpipes, allowing skaters to drop in to get speed to hit the features in the center of the plaza.

Holladay Skatepark

The quarterpipe on the end nearest to the bowl shares a platform with one side of the bowl. The other quarterpipe is the aforementioned mountain-shaped feature, which is more of huge bank with a transition at the bottom to the flat.

Holladay Skatepark
Holladay Skatepark

The center of the street plaza includes a mix of features, including banks, ledges, rails, gaps, hubbas, and manual pads.

Holladay Skatepark

The bowl at Holladay Skatepark is shaped like a large “U,” with a spine connecting the two sections. One end of the U has a deep end that looks to be in the 6-7 foot range, while wide bottom portion of U has a banked area in the middle – a fun landing spot for airs of the transitions to either side.

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