The City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department has skate parks available at three of its neighborhood parks. These recreational areas are for skaters and BMXers to enjoy as they develop and refine their skills.
Desoto Park and Perry Harvey Sr. Park are non-supervised facilities and it is up to you, as users, to see that these facilities are kept clean and free of graffiti, stickers, vandalism, and that all users follow the posted rules. With everyone's help and cooperation, these facilities can remain open and available for everyone to enjoy.
These facilities are for the use and enjoyment of everyone. Before you go - know the rules:
New Tampa Community Park
17302 Commerce Park Blvd.
Supervised, concrete bi-level street (5' and 7' bowls) course and pyramids, stairs, wedges and grind rails and a series of quarter-pipe turns that allow skaters to "flow" from one element to the next. Skate boards and inline skates only. Helmets and waivers mandatory.
Hours of Operation
New Tampa Skate Park Pass Fees
A Skate Pass allows access to Open Skate Session. Special events, clinics, camps, lessons, leagues, programs, and activities are not included.
2617 Corrine St.
Modular concrete street course with a half pipe, quarter pipe, two transitions, two grind rails and a pyramid. Skate board and inline skates permitted. Helmets mandatory.
Free. Open daily sunrise to sunset.
Perry Harvey Sr. Park
900 E. Scott St.
Concrete with a small snake run that leads into a bowl with four pump humps. Skate boards and BMX permitted. Helmets mandatory.
Free Open daily sunrise to sunset.