This 12,000 square foot facility features a variety of ramps, platforms, bowls and pipes. It offers a great skating experience for beginners while at the same time it challenges the most experienced skaters. This facility is open to the public year round at no charge. We at Parks & Recreation strongly recommend that safety equipment be used at all times and patrons not use the facility during inclement weather. This is a skate park only – not a bike park.
Woodland Park, as well as the skate park, will close each evening at dark.
Kirklevington Skate Park, our new facility, is the first of its kind in Lexington. It features a variety of “street” elements for skateboarders instead of ramps and other typical obstacles. This skate park was designed to offer obstacles and components that are different than those found at Woodland Skate Park while at the same time being complementary. This facility includes skateable benches, jersey barrier, grinding rail, concrete boxes and a variety of other obstacles for both beginners and more advanced skaters. Kirklevington Skate Park was built in July 2012 and is free and open to the public.
Kirklevington Skate Park and Kirklevington Park will close each evening at dark.
Berry Hill is Lexington’s third and largest skatepark. The 18,000-square-foot skatepark’s features and obstacles are expected to appeal to skateboarders, bikers and skaters of all skill levels including a flow bowl, snake run, street section, stairs and rails.
Berry Hill Skate Park and Berry Hill Park will close each evening at dark.