The Tallahassee Skate Park is a state-of-the art, 26,000 square foot facility designed to provide maximum enjoyment and challenge for all who utilize it. It boasts a five foot deep pool with a roll down to nine foot. There are numerous rolled lip areas for all level skaters to use, including two above wall extensions, flat banks, raised transitions and other features to challenge all age skaters. James Hendricks, lead designer for Team Pain Enterprises, a nationally known skate park design company, designed the skate park with input from local skaters. City of Tallahassee Parks and Recreation and Streets and Drainage Division crews along with Blankenship Contracting employees built the Skate Park. The Streets and Drainage Division paved the parking lot. These efforts, along with additional community support enabled the City to stretch their original $100,00 allocation into what is now a $400,000 facility.
Tallahassee Skate Park Rules
? Skate facility will be open from sunrise to sunset, or until 11:00p.m., if skate park lights are on.
? Know your abilities and skate at your own risk.
? You must wear a helmet to skate (Safety equipment is recommended at all times, especially shoes, knee, elbow, & wrist/palm pads).
? One skater on each half pipe at a time.
? No graffiti is allowed - don't tag the park!
? No glass containers, food, beverages, drugs, tobacco, alcohol, allowed in the facility.
? Do not skate if surfaces are wet.
? Unruly conduct or defacing of the facility may result in the loss of skating privileges, or closure of park.
? Skateboards and inline skates only!
? Please police each other - keep your park open.
? Please put trash in barrels provided.
Park Hours: Sunrise to 11PM
If you have any questions contact David Hormuth at (850) 933-4071