“We call “the range” because its being built on an abandoned golf driving range,” Duran Murphy explains.

The DIY is located in Rocky Point and it’s builders are raising funds to buy concrete, cinderblocks, and other building materials to continue construction. So far everything that is there has been paid for personally by the builders. If you can, help to give back to the Long Island Skate community by aiding in the construction of this much needed skatepark in Rocky Point. The link below will bring you to their fundraising page. Looks like a sick spot, let’s keep the DIY’s alive.