Woodward Mountain Park
WOODWARD PEACE PARK
THE WOODWARD PEACE PARK STORY
Peace Park was founded in 2011 by Danny Davis, a Grand Prix Winner, X Games Gold Medalist, Dew Tour Champion, and a U.S. Olympic Snowboard athlete. Danny created Peace Park to be a new type of on-mountain experience that reinvents freestyle terrain with a focus on fun and flow. Peace Park began as a secret "pros only event” to experiment with new types of terrain and transition combinations. Today’s Woodward Peace Park expands on Danny’s original vision by making Peace Park open to the public.
When Danny created Peace Park in 2011, he believed that people who could freely and creatively express themselves doing what they love in the outdoors were as close to achieving peace as possible, hence the name Peace Park.
Today Woodward Peace Park brings Woodward, an experiential action sports company, together with Peace Park, to expand access to more creative, progressive and cutting-edge terrain. Woodward Peace Park builds on Danny’s legacy while also incorporating Woodward’s focus on self-directed learning, fun and intuitive progression. Woodward Peace Park will be open for everyone to enjoy and will only be found at POWDR resorts, including Mt. Bachelor.
PEACE PARK FOR THE PEOPLE!
Woodward Peace Parks are built for intermediate and advanced riders with something for everyone. Woodward Peace Park transcends standard slopestyle and halfpipes, has more flow, transition, room to breathe and options for creative expression. Snow shredders on snowboards and skis are all welcome.
HOW DO I FIND PEACE?
There are several ways to experience Woodward Peace Park and the best part is it isn't an added price. Simply purchase an existing pass or a lift ticket and you are on your way! At Mt. Bachelor, Woodward Peace Park is served by the Skyliner lift. The upper half is a newly added park located next to the existing Pacific City park, while the lower half replaces the park that was previously known as Seaside. Be sure to follow @woodwardpeacepark and @woodwardmtbachelor on Instagram and Facebook for the latest on Woodward Peace Park.
Woodward Peace Park is open for everyone to enjoy and can only be found at the following Woodward Mountain Park locations:
*Always remember to check park conditions in advance of your visit.
WOODWARD 2020 PEACE PARK CHAMPIONSHIPS
CANCELLED – In compliance with Governor Brown’s mandate for gatherings and following recommended state social-distancing, we are cancelling events that would bring large numbers of people together, including the Woodward Peace Park Championships scheduled to be hosted by Mt. Bachelor April 22-26, 2020. In these fluid times our commitment is to the health and safety of our staff, our guests, and our community.
We were greatly looking forward to hosting such an epic event this spring, however we are excited to confirm that the Woodward Peace Park Championships will take place at Mt. Bachelor in Spring of 2021.
For the latest updates on Mt. Bachelor's events, stay tuned at: https://www.mtbachelor.com/events-calendar/.
The Woodward Peace Park Championships are a season culminating, pro gathering that pairs the best riders in the world with the most innovative park ever built. We are proud to announce that Mt. Bachelor will host the Woodward 2020 Peace Park Championships, April 22-26, 2020.
The championships will feature a special, custom-built, five-day course collaboratively designed by Danny Davis, Woodward Bachelor terrain park team and Snow Park Technologies. Not only will Mt. Bachelor host the first ever debut to Oregon of the Woodward Peace Park Championships, but will also hold the second annual RendezVan, a multi-day van-life festival in the West Village base area, during the same week.
Visit our Woodward 2020 Peace Park Championships page to learn more event details!