Vets Skate Park
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.
Clean bathroom. Missing liquid soap. Fields are well maintained.
Great place for the family to come and go on a walk together. It has a combined dirt walking path about a quarter mile long not to fat from the picnic area. You might want to make plans for reserving a picnic spot well in advance because its always busy. Skateboard park, volleyball, soccer fields, baseball fields, a facility pool ( not sure if registration is necessary for use), kiddies play ground with swing sets. Parking is crowded in the spring and summer months but we're still able to find a spot. A park representative/ grounds keeper is usually around though hard to find( we never needed them).
Good place to take the fam for some outdoor activity and BBQ'ing.
franz van egas
Everything's just perfect... well, The 4 stars are because the only thing is there aren't any pathways to bike!
Flush toilets. Lit field. Plenty of parking.