The Sequim Skate Park, located on the south side of Carrie Blake Park, was created in 1998 through a grassroots effort of local skateboarders and bicycle enthusiasts who raised money to contribute to the construction of the Skate Park.
Today the park is regularly used year-round by over 300 locate skateboarders, bicyclists, scooter riders, and roller-skaters and is one of the most frequently used features at Carrie Blake Park. Skate Park users enjoy the view of the Olympic Mountains to the south and love the dry conditions that the Sequim area offers.
In 2019 and 2020, several pro-skateboarders from three top companies: Nike; Chocolate Skateboards, and Volcom came to visit the Sequim Skate Park. The park is heavily used by local surf, snowboard, and skateboard company Mervin Mfg. Maker of Lib Technologies and Gnu Snowboards who employ 150 local riders and skate park users.
The Sequim Skate Park offers traveling surfers a chance to stop in if waves go flat on the coast and practice their skate surf style at the park.
There is currently another grassroots movement in Sequim to rebuild the aging 22-year-old Skate Park. The Sequim Youth Skate Park Foundation was created in 2015 by locals who want kids to have a fun, safe place to enjoy healthy outdoor exercise in a great environment.