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Skate Parks

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Parks, Open Space and Trails

The City of Longmont currently has five skate parks located throughout the city. The skate parks have various elements such as quarter pipes, grinding rails, and fun boxes.

Each skate park has hours of operations and rules posted on site. Safety equipment is highly recommended. Admission is free.

NOTE: The skill level for each skate park varies dependent on size and elements. Skill level is just a guide. Skaters and parents should use their best judgment when choosing a park.

Park
Suggested
Skill Level
Blue Skies
Intermediate - Advanced

Quail Campus (Rec Center)

NOTICE: closed due to scheduled maintenance until further notice.

Beginner - Intermediate  
Rough and Ready
Beginner
Sandstone Ranch
Intermediate - Advanced
Stephen Day
Beginner

  • Quail Campus Community Park

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    1. Address:310 Quail Road
      Longmont, CO 80501
    Amenities:
    1. Museum & Cultural Center
    2. Parking Lot(s)
    3. Picnic Area(s)
    4. Pond
    5. Pool (Indoor, Year-round) - handicap accessible
    6. Public Art
    7. Recreation Center
    8. Restroom(s)
    9. Skate/Wheels Park
    10. Tennis Court(s)
    Categories:
    1. Parks

Community Park Hours: 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 

The City of Longmont was gifted the land that comprises Quail Campus by Donald Baker as part of a larger annexation to the City. The 44-acre parcel of land includes a 10 tennis court complex and 18 developed acres where the Longmont Recreation Center and Museum and Cultural Center are located.

Future plans for undeveloped portions of the property were developed as part of a public process completed in 2007. A master plan update was completed in 2013. Find more information below and on the Parks & Trails Development webpage.

Several Art in Public Places projects can be found at Quail Campus and were dedicated in 2002 at the completion of the Quail Campus construction project. "Feather Flight," found along the pond's edge, is a kinetic sculpture by George Peters and Melanie Walker, who also created "Airplay," which is hung inside the Longmont Recreation Center. "Lefthand's Compass," by Zoe Strecker, is also found near the pond. Water flows down the sides of this sculpture with Native American images included in the piece. "Hidden Paths, Unseen Trails," by Kathy Bradford is located inside the Museum and Cultural Center.

Dogs are allowed on leash, please pick up after your pet.

For more information or to reserve a shelter at this park, contact Parks, Open Space & Trails.


 

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