Woodward Park City is now open for Summer 2020!
When the Powell-Peralta gang wasn’t hanging out with the campers, they enjoyed hucking themselves down the hundreds of obstacles at Woodward West.
Woodward likes to reward kids for absolutely no reason sometimes, and so does Enjoi! Enjoi Skateboards rolled into town with a box of about 30 boards to give away and hid some around camp, good thing we Woodward had their cameras out too, because these kids found them a lot quicker than they anticipated. Watch and learn some of the hiding spots and maybe find some product of your own while you’re there!
Originally aired on ABC’s “World of X Games” in 2016, “The Search Is Never Over” documents legendary Bones Brigade skaters Lance Mountain, Tony Hawk, Mike McGill and Steve Caballero as they reunite to skate the newly built Chin Ramp at Woodward West, thirty years after the original ramp was built.
The future is in good hands. Campers Devin Flynn, Chaz Moreno, Miles Nelson and a few special guests show us that they may be young but they aren’t playing around when it comes to skating. With these 3 in the game, we think skateboarding is going to be just fine.
Tommy Ries shapes and shreds his very own custom skateboard deck at Create-a-Skate. Starting out with a blank board courtesy of Professor Schmidt, Tommy designed, cut, painted, set up and tested out his own skateboard all at Woodward Camp!
Greyson Beal straight-up rips. Style, trick selection, kids got it all! From being a camper and now VIP Greyson has been on both sides of our skate program, and ripped up all of Woodward’s parks! Do you want to see one of the best hard flips ever done? Just wait until the end.
The day has finally arrived, and Woodward Park City is officially open to the public! With a star-studded cast of athletes also ready to celebrate, everyone is stoked to see all that this one-of-a-kind facility has to offer. As legends like Tony Hawk and Ryan Nyquist put on a show indoors, Red Gerard, Tom Wallisch and others test out the mountain park just steps outside. Tony Hawk speaks to the crowd during the official ribbon cutting ceremony before Nate Wessel and crew pack up their tools and say goodbye…for now.
hat kid doesn’t dream of going to camp? In celebration of our 50 Years, we’re stoked to premiere Woodward Bound: a brand-new series where each week Woodward surprises one lucky individual with the chance to go to Woodward for the very first time.
In Episode One, we meet skateboarding twins Indy and Nico Jones from Encinitas, CA. With the influence of a dad who was immersed in the skate culture of the 80s and 90s, these two possess a love and knowledge of the sport that reaches well beyond their years.
Amateur skateboarder John Dilorenzo has the most insane bag of manual tricks we’ve seen in a long time. Woodward was stoked to get him out to PA this summer. It was his first time to camp, but by the way, he skated, you would think he’s been coming for years!
It’s all hands on deck as Nate Wessel and the rest of the team rush to get everything ready for the following day’s Grand Opening. As the California Skateparks crew works through the night, a few familiar faces show up to check out the foam pit and airbag, while patiently waiting for the park to unveil. Once the dust settles, Tony Hawk and a talented cast of rippers christen the concrete with a heavy session.
Here is one from earlier this summer. Stay tuned for some upcoming content pumping out of Woodward Camp coming very soon.