Visit one of the County skate parks to participate in a variety of skating events and competitions

Think you've got what it takes to learn how to ollie, kickflip or drop-in? Then you should try out for the HC Skateboard Team, compete in the Best Shredder Contest, or visit one of the County skate parks.

Admission is free and the parks are staffed with people who are passionate about skateboarding.

Skate park locations and hours

Level 1Apollo Beach Skate Park - (813) 671-7635

  • Best park for beginners, but still fun for intermediate and advanced

Level 1FishHawk Skate Park (and Pump track)- (813) 744-5319

  • Designed for beginner and intermediate skaters

Level 1 - Carrollwood Village Skate Park (and Pump track) - (813) 269-2466

  • Best park for beginners and intermediate skaters.

Level 2Jackson Springs Skate Park - (813) 554-5004

  • Designed for intermediate skaters, but beginners and advanced are welcome

Level 3Providence Skate Park - (813) 744-5319

  • Designed for intermediate and advanced skaters, but beginners will have fun too

Hours of operation (unless otherwise noted)

  • Monday - Saturday, 10 AM to 9 PM
  • Providence Skate Park is open Friday & Saturday, 10 AM to 10 PM
  • Sunday, Noon to 6 PM
  • Carrollwood Village Skate Park and Pump Track is open daily, 7 AM to 9 PM

The skate parks will be closed on the following holidays:

  • New Years day
  • Independence day
  • Thanksgiving day
  • Christmas eve and Christmas day
  • Carrollwood Village and FishHawk Pump Tracks are open on all holidays, except Christmas Day

Skate park rules and regulations

  • Skateboards and in-line skates only
  • The skate park is used by inexperienced and experienced skate board riders and inline skaters alike
    • Serious injury may occur from colliding with other riders, falling on the concrete surface and from flying objects
    • Use of skateboards and in-line skates is an inherent risk and Hillsborough County Parks & Recreation department (HCPRD) does not assume responsibility for injuries
    • Use of the facility is at your own risk. (Florida Statute 316.0085)
  • All skaters must check in at the front desk for entry into the skate park
    • Unlawful entry into the facility will result in a trespassing citation and suspension from the facility
  • Children 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times
  • Helmets are recommended for all, but required for participants 17 and under
  • Elbow and knee pads are recommended for all, but are required for skaters 12 and younger
  • The following are not permitted:
    • Smoking, smokeless tobacco, drug use/possession, alcohol possession/consumption
    • Food and drinks (in skating area)
    • Personal amplified music
    • Glass containers
    • Gum
    • Pets
    • Weapons of any kind
    • Skate wax
    • BMX bikes or bicycles of any type (Permitted at Carrollwood Village and FishHawk Pump Tracks only)
    • Rip sticks, scooters, motorized skateboards
  • Horseplay, fighting and profanity is not permitted at the park
  • No graffiti
    • Graffiti removal harms your skating surface
    • Violators will be banned from the park

We reserve the right to change the hours of operation as necessary and close the park due to inclement weather, special events and any other reason deemed necessary. The skate park will not be operable when the skating surface is wet.

We reserve the right to restrict entry to the facility and ask individuals to leave the park without refund if these guidelines are not followed or unsafe behavior is observed.

Please report comments, suggestions or problems to the Hillsborough County Parks & Recreation Department. Phone (813) 744-5319

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Image Caption: A skater at Apollo Beach Skate Park
Last Modified: 2/6/2024, 6:00:51 PM

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