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New skateparks coming to the Outer Banks

For Ronnie O’Neal, 14, and his 11-year-old brother Dylan, construction of two new skateparks in Currituck County can’t begin soon enough.

Both are title-holding skateboarders with dreams of becoming professional skaters. They were among 20 local residents who recently attended the final skatepark forum at Powells Point Senior Center in Jarvisburg, to discuss two park designs planned for Lower Currituck and Knotts Island. (read more)

Source: The Daily Advance

Ever since the Maple Skate Park in Currituck opened, skateboard enthusiasts have come to the Outer Banks to show off their skills. With the construction of two new parks, Currituck County has so much more to offer families looking for an all-around vacation spot. After you’ve enjoyed the beaches and wild horse spotting tours, you have another opportunity for family fun. Come check out our new skate parks, coming this summer.