Lackland Terrace Skatepark San Antonio Texas
Lackland Terrace Park has a 4,800 sq ft skatepark. The park features an amoeba shaped bowl and street area with stairs, handrails, ledges, quarterpipes and more. The park is open from 5am to 11pm, and it does not have lights. Officials with Grindline Skateparks Inc. have completed construction on San Antonio’s new Lackland Terrace Park skate plaza.
The City of San Antonio’s Capital Improvements Management Services and Parks & Recreation departments oversaw the development of the $350,000 skate park. The city paid for the park through its 2007-2012 Bond Program. City Council awarded Grindline the design-build contract to construct a skate plaza at Lackland Terrace and two others at Nani Falcone and Rosedale parks.
The Nani Falcone and Rosedale skate park facilities are already completed. Grindline, based in Seattle, specializes in the design and development of concrete skate parks. Since 1990, the company has designed and built more than 100 concrete parks worldwide.
Posted from San Antonio, Texas, United States.
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