Press release

Celebrate the completion of Trails End Park and the renewed partnership with Volcom at 4:00pm on Thursday, November 10, 2016 at the new Trails End Park Pavilion located on Meridian Boulevard.

Trails End Park is a 4.9 acre community park featuring the world-renowned Volcom Brothers and Little Brothers Skate Park including a small and inviting park and playground. This park project began in 2004 and was finally completed 12 years later in October 2016 for a total cost of $2.34 Million dollars.

On August 17, 2016 Town Council unanimously approved the final funding required to complete Trails End Park. This $190,000 project included the installation of red concrete around the playground structure, complimented by two new shade structures and picnic tables. A new 24’x24’ pavilion was installed on a concrete slab that is connected to a concrete walkway, with steps, railings, display case, recycling and trash containers, and 4 picnic tables – one fully ADA accessible table.

This ceremony will celebrate the many partners that worked diligently together to deliver a stunning recreational park and world-renowned skate park for the community of Mammoth Lakes. The Town will be recognizing the JLA Project, Volcom, Recreation Commission, Mammoth Lakes Recreation and the many donors and volunteers who participated in the completion of this valued community recreation asset.

For additional information regarding the Trails End Park Project, please contact Stuart Brown, Parks and Recreation Director at (760) 965-3696.

Thank you in advance for your participation at this memorable event.

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