Opening day: Saturday, May 25th!
2019 Flip Side Camps
Summer Camp Fun! * New this year: Full Days available. After lunch campers will either travel to White Memorial Park for swimming, tennis, basketball, or outdoor fun or stay and hike at Pike Hill.
Camps run 9AM-12PM or Full Day options of 9 AM-4:00 PM and include free park access from 12-1PM Mon-Tues and 12PM-Close on Wed-Fri. All camps require safety equipment: helmet required, knee and elbow pads highly recommended. Any specific questions about camp contact Britt Malmgren at email@example.com.
3 sessions of Skateboard Camp: Full Days available for all three camps
Beginner to Intermediate, learn new techniques and tricks on ramps. Ages 6-15
• June 24 - June 28
• July 8 - July 12
• August 5 - August 9
Girls Skateboard Camp/ Kickflip Chicks
BMX Bike Camp
Intermediate and Up/ Skateboard Camp II
Want to take it to the next level and really fine tune your skills? Skateboard Camp Intermediate and Up will help you do just that!
Full Days Available
• August 12 - August 16
10 & Under Skateboard Camp/ Skateboard Minis
One session of Travel Camp where you can tour some of best skate spots around the area
Intermediate and advanced only, ages 8 and up hit the best skate parks in Vermont and beyond. Each day we travel to a new skate spot; from 12 foot vert ramps to cement bowls and everything in between.
Hours: 9:00 am-6:00 pm
•July 29 - August 2
Location: 2 Oak Street Ext., Rutland, Vermont
Sunday: 1:00pm - 6:00PM
Wednesday: 3:00PM - 7:00PM
Thursday: 3:00PM - 7:00PM
Friday: 3:00PM - 7:00PM
Saturday: 1:00PM - 8:00PM *12-1PM Under age 10 FREE skate!
Date Subject to change
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Wednesday: 1:00PM - 6:00PM
Thursday: 1:00PM - 8:00PM
Friday: 1:00PM - 8:00PM
Saturday: 1:00PM - 8:00PM *12-1PM Under age 10 FREE skate
$99 Purchased before 4/20!!!!
$150R/$180NR Purchased 4/21-5/20
$200R/$230NR Purchased after 5/20
$50 Res $60 Non-res
$10 Res $12 Non-res
In 2005 when Zero Gravity skatepark left its longtime home the Giorgetti Athletic Complex for their new residence at Whale Back Mountain in New Hampshire, it left local skaters at a loss. After much public outcry, meetings were held resulting in a committee made up of parents and skaters alike, with the goal of creating a new local skatepark. In 2006, Killington Ski Resort got the ball rolling with their donation of what few ramps they had. Additionally, the committee was able to raise $60,000 from local businesses and Rutland clubs. The Rutland Kiwanis Club alone donated $20,000 towards the creation of Flip Side. The next important piece of the puzzle was to find an experienced skatepark builder. Committee member, and local resident, Chris “The Master” Hurka landed the job. This was key. Not only had Chris been building skate ramps for years, but it was decided the park would be built on site, allowing for all the skaters to have input on what they wanted Chris to build. Flip Side would not be what it is today without this involvement from its skaters. After three years of building ramps, a new floor and new lighting, these grassroots efforts resulted in making Flip Side Vermont’s premiere indoor skatepark that you see today.