Skate Park

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skateparkLueth Park was transformed into the region’s first skate park in 1999.  While the park continued to be a resource for adventure recreation users, an upgrade was noticed as a priority by the Goosetown Neighborhood Association.  Funding was allocated to the project from money the Neighborhood Association received in 2016.  The project focused on expanding the bike and skate board amenities and eliminating a underutilized ball field.  This project encompassed multiple partners and used a conglomerate of funds.  The new trail, skate park, and pump track opened in October 2018.

La Crosse Skate Park Information

Map  |  Daily Hours 6:00am-10:30pm
Note: The facility is lighted during the evening hours.

Participants must wear safety gear while on the half pipe.  The facility is unsupervised (parents/guardians are encouraged to oversee their children.)  One final point to remember: The La Crosse Skate Park is not designated to provide an area for youth or adults to learn how to skate or board.  An individual must generally be proficient before participating in the activities at this park.

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