Three Musketears Skatepark

Acton Ontario

The 3 Musketears Skatepark, and its unique spelling, was developed in memory of 3 local youth, Mark Everson, Travis Toth and Rory Dick – who tragically died in a car accident in September 2000. The original 3 Musketears Skatepark was built in 2007, however, as the Town of Halton Hills began planning their Arena Expansion Project in early 2014, it became apparent that the original skatepark would have to be demolished and redeveloped further to the north. The new and improved 3 Musketears Skatepark boasts over 16,500sqft of concrete skatepark terrain and includes an extensive street course over 200’ long, anchored by a compact mini-ramp style bowl. The bowl takes the form of the number “3” – keeping with the park’s namesakes. The skatepark is complimented by a custom shade structure and multi-play court that serves as a basketball court in the summer and an outdoor ice rink in the winter. Altogether, this expansive Youth Park Facility provides over 30,000sqft of play space and has become a premier destination for Acton families. This special project was recognized with a PARKS AND RECREATION ONTARIO – DESIGN EXCELLENCE AWARD IN 2017.

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