Vans Park Series Donates Legacy Skate Parks

Vans is looking to leave a lasting mark on three of the cities scheduled for this year’s worldwide Park Series tour. Montreal, Paris/Chelles, and Salt Lake City have been donated custom skate parks as a gesture of Vans continued support for the development of skateboarding around the world.  

Vans Legacy Skatepark in Montreal, CAN

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Vans Park Series (VPS), the world’s premier park terrain skateboarding tour, has gifted three brand new, state-of-the-art skateparks to select cities along their global tour. These VPS-certified legacy parks will serve as a space to nurture and cultivate skate communities around the world.

“With these parks, we hope to continue to foster a legacy within skateboarding communities around the world,” said Bobby Gascon, Global Director of Action Sports, Vans. “Our goal is to increase skateboarding participation and use these parks as both a local cultural hub, as well as a platform to foster progression and cultivate tomorrow’s talent.”

Vans Legacy Skatepark in Montreal, CAN

In partnership with municipalities, local skate shops, sponsors and Vans, each donated skatepark will be supported by Vans through ongoing programming activities and maintenance year-round for the community to enjoy. You can find the new skatepark locations below, and visitwww.vansparkseries.com for more information.

 Vans Skatepark Montréal

Montréal Olympic Park

Esplanade, 4141 Pierre-de Coubertin Ave.

Montreal, QC H1V 3N7, Canada

 

Vans-Cosanostra Skatepark de Chelles

Paris-Chelles Skatepark

18 Rue Du Tir, 77500

Chelles, France

 

The Vans – Utah Sports Commission Skatepark

Utah State Fair Park

155 N 1000 W

Salt Lake City, UT 84116

 

 

 

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