Carson Warner Memorial Skate Park
The Carson Warner Memorial Skate Park is designed for skateboards and in-line skating. No bicycles are allowed and there is no adult supervision at the park. This park is the site of the The Grind art, music, & skateboarding event held annually in May.
Skateboarding, in-line skating and skating activities involve the risk of serious injury. Skate at your OWN RISK and within your abilities. The City of Healdsburg does NOT assume responsibility for any injuries in this facility. Safety rules are strictly enforced. Helmets, elbow & knee pads MUST be worn at ALL times. Violators subject to fine/or penalty.
History of the Park
On June 20, 1996, a 14 year old named Carson Warner was killed in an off-road vehicle accident. He was an avid skateboarder who wanted to have a place in Healdsburg where skateboarders could practice their skills. With tremendous community support, this skate park was created by his family and friends in honor of him.
Hours of Operation
8am – 8pm Summer; 8am – 5pm Winter