The Hagerstown skatepark is a state-of-the-art 25,000 square foot concrete skatepark designed and constructed by the world-renowned Spohn Ranch from Los Angeles California. The park was endorsed by the Tony Hawk Foundation. The park design is the result of two public input sessions, and the project was driven by a City Council appointed a Task Force of citizens The goal of the skatepark is to provide a safe, designated place for all-wheeled sport enthusiasts (skateboarders, BMX bike riders, inline skaters, scooter riders, etc.) of all skill levels to develop their skills and enjoy the company of their peers. A pump track, murals by GraffDummy and shade structure all are part of this facility
This park was designed to be approachable for all skill levels. All non motorized wheels are welcome.
The banks and quarters are 2-4 ft tall. The mini ramp is 3 ft tall. There is a section of the 2ft quarter pipe with pool coping that transitions on both sides into the steel coping seamlessly.
The pumptrack is connected to the park and can be entered and exited from many locations.
The bowl is 4 ft tall in the shallow end with steel coping, and 5.5 ft tall with pool coping in the deep end.
This park is located in the middle of the Fairgrounds park which has many other amenities including a dog park, playground and pavilion right next to the park.
Rules and Regulations
Skatepark closed during inclement weather and/or when equipment is damaged or wet
Contact the Parks Division if equipment is damaged at 301-739-8577 x169
The Skatepark is unsupervised and participants use the skatepark at their own risk
It is strongly recommended that proper protective equipment such as helmets, elbow pads, knee pads, etc. be used during skatepark
activities Prohibited in Skatepark
Introduction of personally owned ramps, boxes, or other devices into the skatepark Food, drinks, and glass containers Pets Bikes with Pegs Alcohol & Tobacco Motorized Wheels Amplified Sound, except by permit