Leesburg Skatepark is a 12,000 square-foot concrete skatepark in Leesburg, Virginia, that includes a street plaza and bowl.
|Location||Catoctin Park, Leesburg, Virginia|
|Address||141 Catoctin Circle SE|
Leesburg, VA 20176
|Features||Bowl, street plaza|
|Size||12,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates, bikes|
|Hours||Dawn to 10 pm|
Leesburg Skatepark Overview
Leesburg Skatepark, which is officially called Eric Brown Street Plaza, is located in Leesburg’s Catoctin Park. The park was designed by California-based Spohn Ranch and opened in 2017, replacing an older park known as Catoctin Skatepark.
The skatepark is a large rectangle, with most of the space dedicated to a street plaza. The plaza has stairs, handrails, quarterpipes, banks, China banks, hips, flat rails, and a distinctive tall, thin quarterpipe.
The bowl at Leesburg Skatepark is 5 feet in the shallow end and 7 feet in the deep end. It has a spine, waterfall, hip, and corner extension that’s 9 feet high, with steel coping all the way around.
Here’s some video from the park: