Orlando Skate Park is located about 2 miles east of Downtown Orlando
Skate park consists of a beginner's area, a big flow course
and a bowl. The beginner's course is perfect for kids that are just
learning how to skate. It consists of a 4' tall half pipe, a 4' tall
banked hip, a mini hubba ledge and a mini handrail.
The flow course
is huge measuring out to 8,000 Sq. Ft. The terrain ranges from 5'
deep to 11' deep, changing in elevation several times on the deck
and in the flat bottom. There is a spine with a transfer ledge
across it, a 90-degree hip, a 45-degree hip, 3 rounded hips, six
different pockets and a couple big extensions. It has a 4' tall
roller blending into a 9' transition that's perpendicular to it.
There is an 11' vert wall with 3' of vert and plenty of transfers,
gaps and speed lines.
The bowl has a 6' deep shallow end with a round pocket and a square
pocket and a round 9' deep end. It is equipped with painted pool
coping and tile.
All skaters must
sign a wavier before skating. If the participant is under 18, the
parent or legal guardian must fill out the waiver for them. This can
be done either by coming to the skate park and filling it out or by
downloading it. If you sign it away from the skate park, it must be
notarized by a notary. To download the waivers,