Port Union

Type of Park: Outdoor Year of Construction: 2001 Material: Concrete Ward: 24 Willowdale Size (sq. ft.): 18,350 Size (sq. m.): 1,705 Address: 6000 Leslie St.

Cummer skatepark is Ideally situated beside a large recreation centre with many amenities. Built in 2001, it was the first permanent concrete skate-
park built in Toronto. It was built to meet the needs of various styles and skill levels of skateboarding. For many years it was a very popular park but

as newer, more modern parks started to pop up around Toronto and GTA it has become less of a destination park and is frequented mostly by local
riders and beginners. Although its size can accomodate a large number of riders, the outdated design leaves much to be desired and the facility is
underused for its size. There are plans in 2020 to improve the park with a large mural project similar to Eighth St. and Ashbridges Bay skateparks.