Designed for Skateboards and Inline skates ONLY
Heavily street oriented— Equipped with ledges, stairs, banks, and rails. Designed for the beginner to intermediate skater.
Located next to the children’s playground at Granada Park (Granada and Sycamore)
Hours of permitted use – 8 am to Sunset
Warning! This facility is unsupervised. Any use is at your own risk and may result in serious injury.
SAFETY EQUIPMENT – Users are strongly urged to wear all appropriate safety equipment.
- Skateboards and in-line skates only
- No Bicycles, Scooters or Motorized equipment allowed
- No additional obstacles allowed.
- This is a drug free area. No tobacco product, drugs or alcohol allowed.
- No glass containers, food or beverages are allowed in the skating area.
- Disruptive or rude behavior, profanity or unsafe activities are prohibited.
SERIOUS INJURIES In case of serious injury or other emergency, call 911. An emergency phone is located at the Police Department rear entrance, across the street to the north of the Skate Park, at 4600 W. 51st Street.
MAINTAINING THE FACILITY
Please report maintenance concerns to City Hall, 722-2600.
THE CITY OF ROELAND PARK RESERVES THE RIGHT TO:
- Restrict entry to the facility and to ask persons to leave the facility if any of the rules are not followed or inappropriate behavior is observed.
- Close the facility for any circumstances deemed necessary.
- Violations of the law will be prosecuted.
THIS IS YOUR SKATE PARK!
Please Use Common Courtesy & Skate Friendly
Designer: Purkiss Rose RSI
Builder: George Shaw Construction
Roeland Park Skate Park – A Huge Draw Rain or shine the new skateboard park is filled to the brim with enthusiastic youth from Roeland Park and neighboring communities. Not only has the new park created a much needed recreational outlet for the growing sport of skateboarding, the design and artwork have received national acclaim. In the spring, the artist will select the placement for the bronze plaques that will dot the park. This task will complete a labor of love for the many who have worked so tirelessly to make the park a reality.