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Kickflip the day away at these Indy skate parks

We’ve rounded up some of the best parks in town where you can get in a skating sesh — scooters and rollerskates included.

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The Forest Park skate park is known for being clean, well-maintained, and a fun challenge for skaters of all levels.

Hit the deck. If you’re looking for a social way to sweat your summer away while building a pretty sick skill set, we’ve put together a guide to the city’s most popular skate parks.

Willard Skatepark | 1901 E. Washington St.
This 13,000-sqft park that opened in 2022 is more than just a place to shred. It contains dedicated memorial moments to honor the city, the history of the park, and a few fellow skateboarders. These include granite seating repurposed from the iconic city government building ledges, and a flat rail that says “Indianapolis” in ASL to honor the history of Willard Park as the first school for the deaf in the city.

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At Q Skatepark, you’ll be surrounded by local art as you skate, like this piece by Suede.

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Q Skatepark | 1727 Stout Field E. Dr.
This indoor park is open to skateboards, scooters, in-line skates, and quad skates alike, no matter the weather conditions. It also offers lessons for beginning, intermediate, and adult skaters. If you plan on frequenting the park, you might want to invest in a punch card; you can buy 10 sessions for $70 or 25 sessions for $150.

Forest Park Skatepark | 701 Cicero Rd.
This sunny, open, problem-free skate area is nestled in the middle of a massive park in Noblesville. Once you’re done skating, dozens of other recreational activities lie just steps away — including a mini golf course, an aquatic center, and the Nickel Plate railbikes.

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The Forest Park skatepark is known for being clean, well-maintained, and a fun challenge for skaters of all levels.

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Monon Greenway Skatepark | 1235 Central Park Dr. E.
This beginner-friendly skate park is located between the east and west buildings at the Monon Community Center in Carmel. Unlike the rest of the center’s facilities, it’s open to the public and doesn’t require a membership.

Northeast Skatepark | 100 Crestview Drive
In 2021, Greenwood replaced its 25-year-old skate park with a brand new custom creation from Hunger Skateparks, which is owned by Kokomo and Bloomington natives. The park pays tribute to the city’s name with green features throughout its 8,500-sqft footprint.

Did we miss a place you love to skate? Let us know.

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