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The Casino Jumps are Intermediate to Advanced Dirt Jumps and a large Paved Pump Track. This was a community volunteer effort, with the support of the DOS, BC Hydro, our bike club many other different local companies and individuals contributing to the construction and the design of the Park.

This DJ Park was made possible by the vision and drive of Ron Goldstone who applied for a District of Squamish Community Grant (land), DWDJPA (lease, insurance), Thanks to CVC for donating a massive amount of materials/trucking to shape the jumps, Squamish Trails Society for applying for a $20,000 grant from the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation to purchase the asphalt materials, $150,000 contribution and park design oversight from Dream Wizards a local professional volunteer trail building company that has been actively building and maintaining our trail network for over two decades. We also need to thank Alpine Paving for directing the spoils from the Westway Ave paving project so we had base materials to shape the pumptrack. DOS Water dept helped us connect a water line so we could have water into the park. Black Tusk Trees donated a crew to ensure all the hazards were gone before work commenced. Spectrum Landscapes donated a loader, Miller Highways donated a loader, Merrill Ross donated his dump truck and helped teach the volunteers to pave. Owen Scully needs a shout out for expertly placing hundreds of end dumps. Big shout out to the Kiwi crew from CHCH Adventure Park guys for helping pave the pumptrack, David Reids crew put in a couple days pushing wheelbarrows and weeding. And thanks to all the volunteers that are shaping and packing and keeping the park clean to this day.

This is a million dollar community asset that cost the community nothing build or maintain, it has been maintained by the users and has been well received by both the local riding community and the many visiting bikers from around the world
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Apr 12, 2021 @ 8:12pm
Apr 12, 2021
Jumps are currently closed for re-shaping and for re-routing. Paved pump track is open. Please do not use jumps until they have been re-worked... view
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       Under new management, please welcome DIRT WIZARDS DIRT JUMP PARK ASSOCIATION. The jumps are going to get a tune up and the park will see many improvements over the summer season as weather allows. Please respect all signage and please do get involved. Do not ride the closed jumps. If you area local business owner and would like to help, now is the time to get in touch.

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