90 Progressive Drive

 

This is a free public skate park.

Hours of operation will be 8 am to dusk weather permitting.  Public Restrooms are located at the Poppy Waterman Ice Arena next to Captain Bob’s Park on Miller Drive.

Closed from First Snow Fall until May 1st Annually

The skate park will not be open in the Spring until May 1st or till all the frost is out of the ground to prevent frost heaving (to keep the concrete from flaking) it will also be closed in for annual maintenance in the spring and fall.

Here’s what you need to know:

* The study is sponsored by the Tony Hawk Foundation.  The survey and interviews (with over 100 US skateboarders) focus on the impact skateboarding has on young people and their educational and career trajectories.  Findings will be shared widely.

* We’ve already learned a lot!  Check out this preliminary report.

*The survey takes 10 minutes to complete and can be found here:  www.THFsurvey.org

*Survey takers can opt into a raffle to win $300 or Bones wheels & bearings for a year.

*Survey is open to skaters and non-skaters.

*Survey closes on July 31, 2019

 

Lake Delton Skate Park Events

  • April 1 – April 30th 2019  Repair and Maintenance of Skatepark
  • May 1, 2019 Skate Park Opens until First Snow Fall in 2019
  • Friday, June 21, 2019 is Go Skateboarding Day

SKATE PARK GUIDELINES

THIS IS AN UNSUPERVISED FACILITY

PLAY SAFE – KNOW YOUR ABILITIES

The following guidelines are STRONGLY recommended:

  • Enter and skate at your own risk
  • Only skaters are permitted no bikes, scooters or motorized vehicles.
  • Protective equipment is recommended to be used at all times. (Injuries are no fun!)
  • Inspect skating surfaces before use.  Remove trash or debris that may prevent a smooth, safe ride. Do not  skate on damaged surfaces, when wet, raining, during electrical storms, ice, snow or during maintenance.
  • Look before you go…don’t drop-in on others…wait your turn.
  • Play nice!
  • No horseplay, pushing, shoving, or fighting.
  • Know your limits; do not  use ramps or rails beyond your ability level.
  • Additional obstacles or other materials (ramps/jumps) may not be used in the skate facility. Do not bring any personal ramps or rails into this facility.  No modifications to existing ramps are permitted.
  • Headphones and music devices should not be used while riding.
  • Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Skate Park is open from 7 am to Dusk.
  • No glass containers, food or drink allowed on skate park surfaces.
  • NO DRUGS  OR GRAFFITTI ALLOWED
  • NO ALCOHOL OR TABACCO PRODUCTS ALLOWED
  • Spectators are welcome, but not allowed on the skate park surfaces.
  • Village of Lake Delton reserves the right to close the skate facility, including for programmed events.
  • Competitive events or demonstrations require prior approval from the Village of Lake Delton.  For further information call the clerk’s office at 608-254-2558

LAKE DELTON SKATE PARK

90 Progressive Drive

NOTICE
WISCONSIN LAW PROVIDES
(SECTION 895.52 AND 895.525 WISCONSIN STATUES)

A PARTICIPANT IN A RECREATION ACTIVITY ACCEPTS THE RISKS INHERENT IN THE RECREATION ACTIVITY OF THE ORDINARY PRUDENT PERSON IS OR SHOULD BE AWARE, AS A PARTICIAPANT IN THE VILLAGE’S SKATEBOARD FACITITY YOU ARE USING THIS VILLAGE FACILITY WITH THE FULL UNDERSTAND AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE INHERENT RISKS INVOLVED IN THIS RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY.

FURTHERMORE, EXCEPT AS MAY BE PROVIDED IN SECTION 895.5 WISCONSIN STATUTES KNOW THAT THE VILLAGE, ITS OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY OR DAMAGE TO PERSONAL PROPERTY THAT MIGHT RESULT FROM THE USE OF THIS RECREATIONAL FACILITY. PARTISIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING WHILE USING THIS FACILITY.

  1. ACT WITHIN THE LIMITS OF HIS OR HERE ABLILITY.
  2. HEED ALL WARNING REGUARDING THE USE OF THE FACILITY.
  3. MAINTAIN CONTROL OF HIS OR HER PERSON AND ANY EQUIPMENT.
  4. REFRAIN FROM ACTING IN A MANNER THAT MAY CAUSE OR CONTRIBUTE TO INJURY TO HIMSELF, HERSELF OR TO ANOTHER PERSON.

WARNING

SKATE AT YOUR OWN RISK!

  • SKATEBOARDS AND IN-LINE SKATES ONLY
  • STRONGLY RECOMMEND USE OF HELMETS, KNEE AND ELBOW PADS
  • FACILITY OPEN FROM 7 AM – DUSK

                     NO

BICYCLES, SCOOTERS OR MOTORIZED VEHICLES

FOOD, DRINKS OR TABACCO PRODUCTS

ALCOHOL OR DRUGS

GRAFFITI, TAGGING OR STICKERS

PROFANITY, LOUD MUSIC OR DISORDERLY BEHAVIOR

Protect your skate park from graffiti and abuse

GRAFFITI = PARK CLOSED

IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 911

Lake Delton Skate Park

Lake Delton, Wisconsin

Special Thank you to these wonderful donators:

Sponsors/Grantors

  • Lake Delton Businessmen’s Association
  • Polish American Businessmen’s Association (PABA)
  • Michael D Beale
  • D & D Products Inc
  • Steven’s Construction Corporation
  • Spring Brook
  • Tony Hawk Foundation – Grant
  • MSA
  • Dells Delton Skate Park Association

Sponsors of In Kind Donations

  • Buffalo Phils/Knuckleheads (Judy & Turk Waterman)
  • Earthworks Excavating & Landscaping(Roman & Patty Kuzyk)
  • Wieser Concrete Products Inc
  • Crawford Oil Company
  • Wayne Manternach
  • Andy Waterman
  • Allen Steele Company
  • Lycon Inc
  • DRM Industries Corp.
  • The Home Depot
  • Hilltop AG Repair
  • Baldwin Electric
  • Sherwin-Williams – Store 3049
  • Burgess Septic Tank & Portable Toilet Service
  • Waste Management
  • County Materials
  • Menards
  • Scott Construction Company
  • Riverside Rent All
  • Wally & Kim Czuprynko
  • Kempley’s Sod Farm
  • Classic Concrete & Construction Inc.
  • Wisconsin Landscaping

Village of Lake Delton
Parks & Recreation Committee Members

  • Frank J Kaminski
  • Doug Clausen
  • Steven Haupt
  • Gordon Preigel
  • Kay C Mackesey

The Village of Lake Delton Parks and Recreation Committee wishes to express their gratitude to all who helped us achieve our goal so far for the benefit of many children and adults for years to come.

A special thank you goes to Dreamland Skate Parks LLC – Mark & Danyel Scott and their construction crew of Tony Johnson, Jack Marsh, Billy , Aaron Rawlings, Glen , Jeff , Tommy Antonetti who had the vision, knowledge, skill and foresight to design and construct a “Great Skate Park.”