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Troy Skate Park

Skate Park

Open Daily 8 am - Sunset

  • 10,000 square foot outdoor skate park
  • Quarter and half pipes
  • Wedges
  • Rails
  • Grind Boxes
  • Restrooms, telephone, and snacks available at Troy Community Center
Skate ParkTroy Skate Park, located north of the Troy Community Center is a 10,000 square foot site with ramps, wedges, and rails from HUNA Designs/Woodward Ramps & Rails. All steel construction of the ramps with Skatelite Pro surface ensures the smoothest ride in the industry. There are currently 26 ramps, wedges, rails and grind boxes in the park with plans for additional obstacles as funding becomes available. The skate park is fenced and open daily from 8:00 am until sunset. Skateboards, inline skates and bikes are welcome, safety gear is strongly recommended. Restrooms, telephone, and snack shop are located nearby in the Troy Community Center.


SKATE PARK RULES

  • Know your ability level; skate at your own risk
  • Safety equipment (helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards) strongly encouraged
  • Skaters and spectators must comply with City ordinances
  • No glass containers, food or drink inside the Skate Park fence; picnic tables provided outside
  • No drugs, alcohol, or tobacco
  • No pets
  • No spectators within the fenced area
  • No radio-controlled cars, trucks, planes, rockets
  • Park may be closed due to weather or hazardous conditions without notice
  • No pushing, fighting, profanity of graffiti
  • No loud radios, boom boxes, or yelling
  • Unruly conduct or vandalism may result in the loss of skating privileges
  • The City of Troy is not responsible for lost or stolen items