Pacific City Skatepark Update

Pacific City Skatepark Update

We are excited to announce that Dreamland Skateparks has set a budget for the park, plans and engineering are complete, and we are in the running to receive grant money from Tillamook County! Thanks to your generosity and support of the Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic and Brewfest we have already raised close to $40,000 of our goal. 

How can you help get the park built? Please like our social media pages and share them, the more people that know the faster we reach our goal. Donate to, stop by the surf shop, or sponsor and participate in the 2016 Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic and Brewfest! 

Call us at the shop if you have any questions or would like more information. 

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