The Edge skate park was designed and built by Site Design Group from Tempe, AZ, one of the premier skate park design companies in the United States. The 37,915-square-foot outdoor skate park is one of the largest in the state of Texas and open to extreme sport enthusiasts of all ages and skill-levels.
- Street fixtures, including stairs with handrails to "ollie" onto
- Boxes, rails and ledges and a "picnic table" (not for picnicking)
- Wide variety of bowls and transitions ranging from 6- to 9.5-feet deep
- Steel coping throughout for grinding
- A large amount of bank slope areas for beginners to practice
- Lighted facility
- Restroom access and water fountains available on the east side of the youth center
Permitted Equipment Includes
- In-line skates
- BMX/freestyle bikes without pegs
Other equipment must be approved before use.
Skate Park Rules
- Skateboards, in-line skates and BMX freestyle bikes (with covered pegs) only.
- Protective gear (helmets and knee, elbow and wrist pads) is strongly recommended.
- Inspect the park before using. Stay off when wet, icy or other hazardous conditions exist.
- Look before you go, don’t drop in on others and wait your turn!
- Check bad behaviors at the gate, including foul language, tobacco and alcohol use or anything else that might get you in trouble.
- Graffiti = park closed! Don’t allow this to happen. Report anyone you know who does something to close your park!
- No extra stuff like ramps and jumps are allowed (in a place like this, you don’t need them!).
- To our younger users: Make sure the adult that brought you stays with you.
- Take care of your park and it will take care of you.
- In an emergency, call 9-1-1.
Please report any park issues to The Edge Skate Park and Visitor Center at 214.509.4760.
Texas Law Chapter 75, Civil Practices and Remedies Code limits the liability of a municipality that owns, operates or maintains a facility in which hockey, in-line hockey, skating, in-line skating, roller-skating, skateboarding, or rollerblading are conducted for damages arising directly from such recreational activities. Use this facility at your own risk! Know your abilities!