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Paradise Valley Skatepark

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17402 N. 40th St.

Phoenix, AZ 85032

Phoenix’s Paradise Valley Skatepark features kinked snakebowls, a kidney bowl, spine bowls, a banked alley, street plaza, flatbars, grinding ledges and blocks, pump bumps, sloped ramps, radial banks and an elongated funbox. It’s open to in-line skates and skateboards.
Skatepark Rules
City of Phoenix skate parks are skate-at-your-own-risk facilities. They are not supervised. Skateboards are limited to a maximum length of 34 inches. Desert West is a skateboards-only park. Both In-line skates and skateboards are permitted at Paradise Valley and Pecos. Protective equipment should be used at all times. Use of the skate parks may expose the user to serious injury including broken bones, paralysis or death. Please inspect skating surfaces before beginning and remove any trash or debris that may prevent a smooth, safe ride. Do not skate on any damaged surfaces and report damage at Paradise Valley by calling (602) 262-6696, at Desert West by calling (602) 495-3700 and Pecos by calling (602) 534-9281. Bicycles, motorized vehicles, go-peds, rollerskates or other wheeled devices are not permitted in the skate parks. Additional ramps, jumps or obstacles are not allowed in the skate parks. No modifications to the skating surfaces or features are allowed. Please restrict skating to features specifically designed for that purpose.
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City of Phoenix

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