Fayetteville, NC is getting a new 16,000 square foot concrete skatepark that includes two separate areas and will be located at Rowan Park. Construction began on a competition flow bowl that features many different elements from moguls and extensions to pool coping and endless lines and gaps. This flow bowl will be really fun for both beginners and experienced riders because of the variety of obstacles. The separate multi-level street area was specifically planned into the side of a hill and offers many different lines with a wide variety of features. We strategically placed as many functional obstacles in the street area as possible. As you can see, we’ve included a real grass gap, a long brick stamped china bank, flat bars, handrails in varying heights, ledges with metal or marble/granite edges, an a-frame with bank to bank gap, a unique pole jam ledge, small and large stair sets, the list goes on... The versatility and unique look and functionality is what makes our parks special. Thank you to the City of Fayetteville, Donald Moore from Alpha Builders and especially Terry Grimble, of Daville Skate Shop, for helping to make this project happen!