Some readers have challenged information provided to the Great Lakes Advocate by Black Head Bazaar's Alana Parkins.
Alison Knights believes there is no reason the skatepark and the markets cannot run safely and happily at the same time.
"The skate park is not going to effect any money that's raised for Hallidays community," Ms Knight said.
"If you give it a chance it may even provide situations to raise more."
Zoe Brown commented that in the five years she had lived in the area, she had not missed a bazaar markets," she said.
"But I also cannot wait for the skatepark to be built at Black Head so I can drop my kids at the skatepark while I stroll through the markets."
David O'Hara said the Hallidays Point community voted for this community youth project to be located in Wylie Breckenridge Park.
"The impact on the nine, four hour bazaars each year will be minimal and certainly would not be an insurance liability for the bazaar committee.," Mr O'Hara said.
"The skate park would be utilised 365 days a year, providing an opportunity for our children to take part in a growing Olympic sport."
James Quiring praised the committee and acknowledged the it played a large and important role.
However, Mr Quiring said he was extremely disappointed with its negativity about the preferred location of the proposed skatepark,
"There are currently far greater risks to children from the bazaar around poor road management into the car park and around the general area; I know I walk there," he posted on the GLA Facebook page.
"I note most of the other community bazaars don't have the luxury of a community park to use as a parking lot.
"Personally I am more concerned about the destruction the parking does to the park and the constant loss of this grassed area than the impact of a small portion allocated to a 365 day of the year community facility."
Adlina Basile echoed James' comments.
"Respect has to include nature," she said.
"Mr Breckinridge was an old man when I was a little kid.
"We lived in his house while ours was being built.
"He understood and loved both kids and nature and would walk with us in the bush teaching us stuff.
"He would hate to think that children were not catered for in a generous manner."
Ian McMullen weighed in to the controversial topic, claiming there were lots of self interested opinions.
Some say they want Black Head to stay the same, while the long term residents wish to have it the way it was, Mr McMullen said.
"The argument of population is invalid when you factor in the other amenities Black Head provides; the surf club, safe beach, larger public toilets, more shops, much more separation from residences.
"The only real reason for opposing the park is a NIMBY attitude.
"Black Head historically is not a retirement village, it's a former fishing village and holiday destination and gets very busy in holiday times.
"If you've moved here for peace and quiet you've picked the wrong place at times.
"This place has changed dramatically over the last 50 years get used to it."