Earlier this summer we completed two skateparks in north / central Montana off Highway 2- also known as the 'Hi-Line'. One was in the town of Malta and the other was in Hays on the Fort Belknap reservation. Both of these projects were completed from funds from the Pearl Jam Vitalogy fund and Montana Pool Service & Jeff Ament helped design them both.
MALTA, MONTANA SKATEPARK: 4,000 square feet
ABOVE: Evergreen Skateparks founder, Billy Coulon, gets a line at the Malta, Montana skatepark
HAYS, MONTANA SKATEPARK: 3,800 square feet
ABOVE: Crew member Keith Powers skating the Hays, Montana Skatepark.
While half the crew was busy in Montana, crew #2 was building a skatepark for Camp Wood YMCA in Elmdale, Kansas. They completed construction just in time for summer camp.
CAMP WOOD YMCA SKATEPARK: 4,000 square feet
ABOVE: Richie Conklin tests out the Camp Wood YMCA Skatepark in Elmdale, Kansas.
Most recently we completed the Cashmere, Washington skatepark located in central Washington between Wenatchee & Leavenworth. The skatepark is now open to the public. Fully completed photos to come!
CASHMERE, WASHINGTON SKATEPARK: 4,500 square feet
Currently we are working on a small addition to the Havre, Montana skatepark and then we will be heading back to Oregon. On our agenda for late summer / fall we will be building two 'skate spots' in Northeast Portland as well as a 10,000 square foot Thunder Park inspired skatepark in Bend, Oregon.