LET'S FINISH WHAT
WE STARTED!

For well over a decade, the residents and friends of Osceola have dreamed of a skatepark, and it's time to make that dream a reality! With very few options in the area, our quickly growing skate community is left without a space to call their own. Quality skateparks, designed and built by skateboarders, are places for creative expression, discovery, community, conversation, and health.

It truly takes a village to bring this type of project to life, and if anyone can make it happen, it's the amazing and motivated people of Osceola. Let's finish what we started!

**The exact location of the skatepark is 409 4th Ave on the SW corner of Oakey Park. A design has not yet been finalized.
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Dresser Lions Raise $12k for Osceola Skatepark

Over the last year, the Dresser Lions Club made it their mission to raise $10,000 for the Osceola Skatepark project, and it’s safe to say they succeeded with a bang!

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Osceola Village Board Unanimously Approves Location for Skatepark

On Tuesday June 14th, the Osceola Village Board voted unanimously to approve a revised location for the future Osceola Skatepark within Oakey Park. Marsha Hovey, Skatepark President...

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Fundraising Events with Dresser Lions

Join the Dresser Lions for raffles throughout the summer at our fundraising events!

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Methodology Raises $10K for Osceola Skatepark!

Legendary professional snowboarder Pat Moore and his traveling snowboard contest named Methodology, visited Trollhaugen on Sunday February 13th for a hugely successful day of racing, fundraising, and all around good times.

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Snowboard Contest Raises Money for Skatepark

Local midwest snowboarders came to Trollhaugen this past Saturday night to participate in CORENATION Rail Jam & Fundraiser, hosted by professional snowboarder Erik Leon

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Largest US skatepark opens in Des Moines less than 2 weeks before Olympic qualifying events

The Lauridsen Skatepark is set to host the Dew Tour May 20-23 and will include the only U.S.-based Olympic skateboard qualifying events for 2021.

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New Osceola Homeowner Revitalizes Skatepark Dreams

When new Osceola homeowner Marsha Hovey caught wind of the past efforts to build a skatepark in her cute little Wisconsin river town, she immediately started researching how to get involved. After a few emails to Osceola Area Chamber Director Germaine Ross, Hovey was introduced to Paul Anderson and a team of welcoming board members that quickly brought her up to speed.

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Skateboarding Is Your New Pandemic Boredom Buster — Here’s Why It’s Never Too Late to Start

"In addition to roller skating and patience-testing puzzles, skateboarding was among the activities that saw an unexpected boom last year — and not just because the sport was slated to make its debut in the Tokyo Olympics(which has been postponed to this year)."

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Skateboarding improves mental health, helps build diverse relationships, USC study says

"USC researchers have found multiple benefits in skateboarding, ranging from mental health to education and careers, the university announced Wednesday."

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An Oregon-based company was selected to create an Oconomowoc skatepark that's expected to be completed by September

"An Oregon-based company has been selected to build a skatepark in the city of Oconomowoc."

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Des Moines skate park project surpasses $6.5M fundraising goal

"The city of Des Moines said Friday that its plan to build the country's largest skate park has surpassed its $6.5 million fundraising goal."

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Marsha Hovey

Paul Smith

Paul Anderson

Chelsea Kruse

Adam Mahler

  • Osceola, WI, USA