skateparks

Bozeman Skatepark

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Built by Team Pain in August 2000. Bozeman was Montana’s first concrete park and though it is a small 5,000 sq ft it has flow and is fun. There is a 5’ square bowl on the west side emptying into the pyramid and another corner. There is also a flat bar, small manual pad, and a funky “kids” section on the East end.
-Jay Moore, World Boards

Footage: 3,000 Sq. Ft. ??
Date Completed: Fall 2000
Builders: Team Pain
Helmets: optional
Pads: optional
Bikes: No.
Features: 1 five foot bowl that is open ended with penninsula. table top with flat rail, ledge, pyramid bank, quarterpipe running width of park. step up, bank, mini transition section.
From I-90, take the 19th street exit follow 19th Street past all the big box stores and take a right on West Beall Street right before Town and Country foods. If you hit main street you've gone to far. Take your first left onto 20th and you will be at Kirk park and the skatepark will be on your right. Directly across from Town and Country.
Nearby Shop: World Boards
Eats: Town & Country (next door) has some killer deals on groceries, Jojos are $1.00/lb., or try La Parilla in town for good Burritos. There are tons of restaurants being a college town.