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McVicker Canyon Skate Park Renovation Underway

New Park Expected to Open by End of the Year

Post Date:10/22/2018 1:23 PM

On August 30th, 2018, the City officially broke ground on its newest, state-of-the-art, 13,000 square foot skatepark at McVicker Canyon Park.

McVicker Canyon Skate Park opened in 2002 and was the City's first skate park. Today, it is one of three skate parks in the City. McVicker Canyon Skate Park was closed in October 2017 due to severe vandalism and deterioration that made it unsafe for the community.

The new and improved McVicker Canyon Skate Park will offer extreme features for both beginners and experts alike. It is being built to align with the city's status as the Action Sports Capital of the World and will embody and represent our vision to "Dream Extreme."


 McVicker Park Before Shot

Groundbreaking Ceremony - August 2018: 



New Proposed Design:

 Labeled park - Lake Elsinore

Project Location: 29355 McVicker Canyon Park  Rd,, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

Project Impacts: No impacts expected.

Project Description: 

  • 13,000 square foot skate park at McVicker Canyon Park 
  • Skate Park will feature amenities for all different talent levels 

Construction Start Date: August 2018

Estimated Construction Completion: Fall 2018

Project Documents: 

 Proposed Design PDF Version

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