The 2020 Event Has Gone Virtual | Next Year's Event Is September 17th - 19th 2021 | A Benefit For The PC Skatepark


The PC Skatepark

Building a skatepark in Pacific City has been talked about for many years. With one in almost every town in Oregon, it’s something that rural Pacific City & local youth have been lacking. We aim to change that! With consistent waves, and a user friendly skatepark designed by locally grown and world renown Dreamland Skateparks, Pacific City will have all the resources for cultivating a healthy lifestyle for it’s local community and visitors alike.

Current Development

Registration for the 22nd addition of the Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic will be open soon. It will be our 10th year of organizing it and we are proud to keep this much loved event moving forward. When we inherited the role of organizer back in 2011, we knew that it needed to be a way of raising funds for giving back to our PC community. There had been talk in the past about building a skate park here, but no official organization had been established or funds collected that we knew about. We thought a park would be a great addition and give the local youth a place to go and take pride in. This became the goal of the contest and we started work on how to raise money. At the time, we hadn’t heard of the NVCA or the plan they had for a community park near Cape Kiwanda. It wasn’t until a few years later that we got wind of it and started talking to them about the potential of adding a skate park to their project.

Once we got their approval and joined forces with the NVCA, we reorganized the contest and collected funds under their Non-Profit designation. We came to the agreement that since the skate park would take up about 10% of the overall park, we would be responsible for paying the same percentage for any development expenses. For example, if it cost $10,000 to have the overall plans drawn up, we would be responsible for paying $1,000 of it. As of today, the property has been cleared, graded and rocked, a fence and gate has been installed, power has been hooked up, and the plans and engineering completed. You can read more about it at

A few years ago when evaluating the income being generated by the contest versus the time and effort put in by everyone involved, we reached a point where we needed to either scale the event back (reduce expenses) or figure out a way to grow it further (generate more profit). We approached the Pelican Brewery about adding the brewfest and they jumped at the opportunity. From our very first meeting, they have been nothing but supportive and gone above and beyond to help make the overall event better and more profitable. The unrestricted use of their resources and dedication to the event has helped grow it into what it has become. We couldn’t be more thankful for everything they have done!

Funds Raised
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