Alamosa Skatepark

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6900 Gonzales Rd SW

Albuquerque, NM 87121

May - Aug: 7am to 11pm
Sept - Apr: 9am to 10pm

The Alamosa Skatepark Environment project was commissioned in 2004 to be Albuquerque's second in-ground large scale skatepark. The majority of Albuquerque's other existing skatepark is typical bowls with radiused transitions and limited streetscape elements. In order to provide a larger variety of skate opportunities in Albuquerque, the Alamosa facility is designed more as a park to skate.

The ARTIFEX team met with the city and local riders and researched the local culture, architecture and skate spots in order to establish our key areas of focus.

The bowl section has three different sized bowls 8', 9' and 11' with a 3/4 pipe connecting them.

The street section has many obstacles including a double set with hubba, stairs with handrail, various size ledges, banks, hips, gaps and a bridge bump.

Distinctive Features:

  • Design inspired by Albuquerque's arroyo drainage system and local skate spots
  • Trend to provide a campus or civic plaza feel
  • Use integrated landscaping and site grading
  • No perimeter fence and multiple entry points creates unlimited lines of circulation
Alamosa Skatepark, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Adidas Flow Tour 2007 - Almosa Skatepark

Skatepark Rules
  1. FREE!
  2. Wearing a helmet is mandatory for any person under 18 years of age.
  3. knee pads, elbow pads, wrist & ankle protection - is strongly recommended.
  4. Skate-at-your-own-risk facility. Know your ability and skate accordingly.
  5. Skating on wet surfaces is not allowed
  6. The use of alcohol is strictly prohibited at all times.

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