The Skate Park is a public facility managed by the Lancaster County Department of Parks and Recreation.
Location 826 Eshelman Mill Road Lancaster, PA 17602
The quarter-acre skate park includes the following:
A snake run that is nearly 200 feet long
Three ovoid bowls with depths of four, six, and 10 feet with stainless steel round nosing
A full pipe, 16 feet in diameter and 25 feet long - this unique pipe, which is a marriage of half-inch-thick steel over shotcrete, is the only one of its kind in the United States. A meandering entrance path of some 600 feet and two curvilinear, concrete benches may be skated as well.
The Skate Park is open from sunrise to sunset year-round subject to weather conditions. Please call the Ranger Station (717-295-3605) before you visit as the facility may be closed due to ice, rain, or snow.
Rules & Restrictions
Only skateboards and in-line skates are to be used in the skate park. Bicycles of any kind and scooters are prohibited.
Safety equipment must be worn to skate at the facility:
Skateboarders must wear a safety helmet with internal suspension system, elbow pads, and knee pads.
In-line skaters must wear the above equipment as well as wrist pads with metal or other shock-resistant material inserts.
The concrete surface (unlike street asphalt) is relatively smooth; wheels made of softer materials are recommended.
Rules for use of the facility are posted at all entrances.
Parking is available off Eshelman Mill Road, south of the Skate Park. The facility is handicapped-accessible from this lot. Handicapped parking is also available in the small lot on Yeates Court.