In the spring of 2012, we officially opened the doors to the long-awaited renovation of Scott D. Eagles Skatepark at Veterans Park. The park was originally named in 1991, upon the donation of the still-present vert ramp by Joyce and Doug Eagles, parents of the late Scott Eagles, an avid young Prince William skateboarder.
Today the 11-ft drop vert ramp is accompanied by a concrete street-skating park designed by east coast skateboarders. The spacious 60-ft kidney bowl is situated next to the 6300 sq. ft. open-flow course, designed with several ledges, stairs, grind rails, ramps and jumps.
This free park is self-maintained and skaters participate at their own risks.
THE SKATEPARK IS AN UNSUPERVISED FACILITY. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
- Know your abilities and stay within them. When you enter this facility, you assume all risks and responsibilities that are inherent to extreme sports activities which could result in harm to yourself, others, and/or property.
- Skate park is designed for skateboarding and in-line skating.
- Persons 12 years of age or younger must be supervised by an adult.
- Protective equipment including helmets, knee pads and elbow pads must be used at all times.
- No ramps or other obstacles are to be brought into the park.
- Do not use facility if a hazardous condition exists (rain, snow, ice and darkness).
- Be courteous and respectful of others. Take turns. Have fun!
In an emergency, call 911. The location is Veterans Memorial Regional Park, 14300 Featherstone Road, Woodbridge, VA. Please call (703) 491-2183 with concerns or questions related to the skate park.