The new Rodgers Family Skate Park in Apex has ramps, stairs, rails and an 8-foot-deep bowl. The park is at the corner of Hunter and Salem streets and will open Aug. 1. Officials say the $1 million park will be a regional attraction.
The new Rodgers Family Skate Park in Apex has ramps, stairs, rails and an 8-foot-deep bowl. The park is at the corner of Hunter and Salem streets and will open Aug. 1. Officials say the $1 million park will be a regional attraction. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
The new Rodgers Family Skate Park in Apex has ramps, stairs, rails and an 8-foot-deep bowl. The park is at the corner of Hunter and Salem streets and will open Aug. 1. Officials say the $1 million park will be a regional attraction. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com

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