The Page Skatepark is a 9,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark located in Page, Arizona, a community located just south of Lake Powell. The park was designed and constructed by Spohn Ranch and opened in March 2019.
The park contains a state-of-the-art design that does a wonderful job balancing transitional and street-style elements to create an all-around superior skate experience.
|Address||148 6th Ave Page, Arizona 86040|
|Features||Snake run, large bowl, hubbas, handrails, flat rails, ledges, wall ride, funbox, corners, and quarter pipes.|
|Size||9,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, in-line skates, BMX bikes, and scooters.|
|Hours||6 am to 11 pm|
Page Skatepark Overview
The two main attractions of the Page Skatepark include the three-lobed 5 to 7-foot bowl and the snake run. Any given time of the day, on any day of the week, you can find skateboarders lined up around the large beautifully designed bowl waiting for their turn to drop in and feel the flow of its ultra-smooth concrete.
The bowl contains one large pocket and a small hip or lobe in the 5-foot end, and a deep pocket in the 7-foot end. The snake run is also well-designed and constructed with extra smooth concrete. One end of the snake run was intentionally designed to resemble the famous Horshoe Bend site of the Colorado River located in nearby Glen Canyon.
A skateboarder could easily roll into the Horseshoe Bend portion of the snake run after getting some intense speed through the street plaza. Once in the snakerun, they can ride the wall of the 180-degree turn and use the momentum to pull off a sick run of tricks through the remaining elongated tail of the snakerun.
Adjacent to the bowl and snakerun is the street plaza. Spohn Ranch did a wonderful job placing a good number of street elements between two sets of quarter pipes, with one quarter pipe containing an extra tall 12-foot vert wall. The street plaza contains a funbox with a handrail, a low-sitting flat rail, an extra-long manual pad, a few ledges, hubbas, and another extra-long handrail.
Here’s a flyover video of Page Skatepark courtesy of Spohn Ranch:
To properly hit the street plaza, a skater could drop-in from either end of the plaza on one of the quarter pipes, or they can whip out of the Horseshoe Bend snake run and flow directly to the funbox handrail combination.
The Page Skatepark is equipped with powerful LED lighting and plenty of sitting room for skaters to watch one another late into the Arizona evening. The park is open from 6 am to 11 pm, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to skakeboarders, BMX riders, in-line skaters, and scooters of all ages and skill levels.
Although proper safety equipment is not required, the city of Page, Arizona strongly recommends the use of helmets, knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards.