A Mount Washington Valley Nonprofit 501(3) C

A Mount Washington Valley                      
Nonprofit 501(3) C

Mission Statement

To educate our community about the benefits skateboarding can have on our youth’s individual mental and physical well-being. By providing a state of the art skateboard park to Improve their safety as well as in powering youth with positive alternative choices.


But, we still need your help!

Just scan the code and buy your tickets!
You can also send a check or money order to:
Kevin Peare Memorial Skate Park
PO Box 210
Conway NH 03818
We can send the tickets to you or Hold them at the box office!
Follow the link to order your brick! To add to the walkway of the
Kevin Peare Memorial skate park! https://4everbricks.com/donors/kpm

Kevin Peare 2/9/1986-7/12/2017

The Kevin Peare Memorial skate park Committee has been raising funds to build a free skate park for the Mount Washington valley for over 4 years. The skate park will be in memory of Kevin Peare, a Conway Native who passed away in 2017. His love of skateboarding and teaching it to anyone who wanted to learn, spearheaded this project. It was his dream to have a skate park in his hometown and a safe place to practice the sport. After Kevin’s  passing his older sister Caren Peare reached out to the Tony Hawk Foundation (now The Skate Project). Alec Beck the Director immediately contacted her back, He has been guiding the group on how to build a skate park.

Erin Russell, is a recipient of the Mount Washington Valley Volunteer of the year award!

Ground breaking for the skate park is now slated for 2023!

Fact sheet

✓ Phase one

Get Town’s approval Fiscal agent Fundraising Site selection.

✓ Phase two

Site approval Fundraising / Grants Design prep & site details

<— (Currently in this phase)

◦ Phase three

Fundraising / Grants

Design part 1 & Design part 2

Final design & approval

Material list / donations

◦ Final phase build a skatepark! Groundbreaking is anticipated for 2023 The Kevin Peare Memorial Skate Park Will be a “Skate at your own risk”, free to the public, State of the Art Skate park. 70 ft by 100 ft or 7,000 sq ft Cost to build is approximately $53. a sq ft.

Designer: Pillar Design Studios / Nicole Licari Robertson

Builder: Artisan Skateparks / Andy Duck

*Both on a list of recommended builders from The Skatepark Project / Tonk Hawk Foundation

Project Manager Caren Peare

KPMSP Director Caren Peare

Anna Peare Asst to Director / Treasurer

Board Members:

Erin Russell Board chair

Kerri McAllister Secretary

Greg Mossman

Tessa Narducci

The Professional Designer and Builder have been chosen

Nicole Licari Robertson from Pillar Design Studios personally visited the park in Spain and designed it. Artisan Skate Park Builders. The skate park will be a State of the Art concrete skateboarding park, 7,000 sq feet. It will be free to the public and be owned by the Town. The group will stay on to oversee maintenance. 

We have created an after school program curriculum “Skateboarding 101” Working with Project Succeed . The children are taught safety first . Then they are taught to build a skateboard , then finally learn to ride it. They leave the program with the skateboard they built. This will be something the group will continue once the skatepark has been built. They also are planning on offering classes and summer programs or camps.

Other news, We have become their own non-profit 501(3)C. (N32) We have raised over $65,000 by grassroots fundraising and donations. Holding family friendly and affordable fundraisers. Each January we have The Skateboard Art show at the Conway Public Library, once a year they have The Battle of the Bands and The Wicked Rides car show to name a few. They sell KPMSP merchandise like t-shirts, hoodies, ball caps and stickers and they have donation cans in these businesses around the Valley. Headlines , First Stop, Revolution Records, North Conway music Center , Leavitt’s bakery.

This year for Kevin’s birthday we decided it was time to start buying a birthday gift again. Zale Dunbar made this beautiful skateboard for the Art show. Knowing he was a skateboarder, we thought giving him back his amazing “Hydro dipped board with a custom logo of a whale skateboarding (that he designed himself ) was the way to go.
We gave him everything to set it up: So he could use his 🛹 skateboard.
We love what we do ❤

This is Amanda Knightly she was born with CTM muscular dystrophy. She had to start using a wheelchair at age 10.
This is why we need to skatepark! No child should ever have to skate in the street!

Below is our committee members teaching Skateboarding 101 at Conway Elementary, Project Succeed after school program. The children learned to build a Skateboard , decorated it , were taught safety and finally learned to ride! They were able to keep their boards and equipment . If you would like to see this program in your school reach out to us ! Goskate4kev@aol.com