The retaining walls on the left will help keep the hill at bay.  That is a tombstone at center right.

Creators:  Dreamland Skateparks

Time:  Spring 2000

Size:  ~ 6,500




Location:  The southwest corner of 8th and Spring St

Directions:    From Hwy 101 go west on 10 st.  (Street numbers decrease southward)  Go about 5 blocks (past Fire Dept. and through stop sign) to Spring St and go left (south).  In two blocks Spring St. ends and there is a gravel road down to the park.


City Contact:

Parks & Recreation at (541) 265-7783 or visit the Newport City website for other numbers:

History:  I think this park was started by one group and then finished by another.




It's a great park oriented to flow.  It has a crazy number of subtly curves and dips, encouraging high speed skating.

Creativity marks Dreamland Designs from other skateparks.  Adam McRill checks it by hand first.

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Trent's helmet can hardly keep to his head on drop.

JT Rowe with a nice ollie off a point.

Notice Colin Simmons launching the center.

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