Ollie Across Arlington at These Four Free City Skateparks
By Office of Communication
Posted on December 20, 2019, December 20, 2019

Grab your board and get ready to show off your kickflips, ollies and grinds at Arlington’s newest skatepark.

The 4,000-square-foot skatepark at Webb Community Park in southeast Arlington officially opened to the public on Dec. 10. The skatepark, which is the first for south Arlington and the fourth public skatepark for the city overall, is open from 5 a.m. to midnight daily at 1100 Mansfield Webb Road and offers features such as a flat ledge and roof top rail for skaters.

Check out these great skatepark options across The American Dream City:

Vandergriff Skatepark

Vandergriff Skatepark

  • 2800 S. Center St. 76014
  • Hours: 5 a.m. to midnight daily
  • Lighted: Yes
  • Size of skatepark: Approximately 7,500 square feet
  • Highlights: Rail with steps, pool/bowl, orange peel/clamshell

Burl L. Wilkes Skatepark

Burl L. Wilkes Skatepark

  • 1300 Hillcrest Dr. 76010
  • Hours: 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
  • Lighted: No
  • Size of skatepark: Approximately 1,940 square feet
  • Highlights: Slappy bank, wedge to wedge, varying degree banks

Cody Rocamontes Memorial Skatepark

Cody Rocamontes Memorial Skatepark

  • 1901 W. Randol Mill Rd. 76012
  • Hours: 5 a.m. to midnight daily
  • Lighted: Yes
  • Size of skatepark: Approximately 5,500 square feet
  • Highlights; Grind rail, dragon tail, manual pad

Webb Community Skatepark is now open. 

Webb Skatepark

  • 1100 Mansfield Webb Rd. 76002
  • Inside the 70.4-acre park
  • Size of skatepark: Approximately 4,000 square feet, with room for an additional 2,000-square-foot expansion.
  • Hours open: 5 a.m. to midnight daily
  • Lighted: No
  • Highlights: Flat ledge and roof top rail

For more information about Parks & Recreation facilities and amenities, please visit www.ArlingtonTX.gov/parks.

Champion Great Neighborhoods, Randol Mill Park, Webb Community Park, Burl L. Wilkes Park, Vandergriff Park
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