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Best Skateparks In Tallahassee, Florida (All Details)

Top 3 Best Skateparks In Tallahassee, Florida (All Details)

If you stay in or near Tallahassee, you already know there are few skateparks here. But which are the most popular and the best skateparks in Tallahassee FL designed to offer maximum enjoyment?

Well, having lived here my entire life, I would recommend only three facilities. These skateparks stand out because of their many skateboarding elements, including ledges, bowls, rails, and transition areas.

Please keep reading to learn more about my top recommendations, their location, features, and much more.

List of 3 Best Skateparks In Tallahassee FL


The best Tallahassee skatepark features multiple concrete bowls, rails, and various street elements. Stay here to find out my recommendations.

1. Mike Blankenship Skate Park


It was established in 2002 by local skateboarders, city government officials, and local skater’s union members.

One thing I love about this skate park is regardless of your skating level or age, there is something for you.

Mike Blankenship Skate Park

Features:

  • Equipped with a half pipe, a bunch of rails, transition areas, and built-in street elements.
  • Comes with a 5-feet deep pool, rolled lip areas, and an open bowl.
  • Measures about 26,000 square feet, allowing maximum enjoyment.

Restrictions:

  • Public skatepark so anyone can access it.
  • No waivers are required.

Directions and Routes:

Located along the Jackson Bluff Rd at Appleyard Drive near the James Messer Sports Complex and the Lee County Jail.

BASIC Information:


AllDetails
Location and Address:2909 Jackson Bluff Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32304
Riding Type:Park skateboarding
Skate Hours:24 hours
Cost fee:Free
Instructors:Not available
Participants:One skater at a time on each halfpipe
Size:26,000 square feet
Lights:Available
Opened:2002
Design:Bowl parks style
Type of Skate Park:Neighborhood
Website:Not available

2. Skateable Art Park


Unlike the Mike Blankenship Park, this Tallahassee skatepark was opened just recently, in June 2022. It was developed by the Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency in collaboration with the local skate community.

Features:

  • A beautiful 225-feet long snake runs with a giant rattlesnake head.
  • Large flow bowl featuring deep end, shallow end, lots of hips, and a roll-in.
  • Multiple street obstacles, including flat bars, stair sets, down ledges, and quarter pipes.

Restrictions:

Directions and Routes:

Situated at the northeast corner of FAMU Way and west of Pinellas Street. Accessible from the Southside schools and neighborhoods.

BASIC Information


AllDetails
Location and Address:Tallahassee, 810-FAMU Way, FL 32310
Riding Type:Park skateboarding
Skate Hours:Dawn to dusk
Cost fee:None
Instructors:Not available
Participants:One skater at a time on every quarter pipe
Size:500 feet in length
Lights:Available
Opened:2022
Design:Bowl parks style
Type of Skate Park:Neighborhood
Website:Not available

3. The Secret Skatepark


Here is yet another fun Skatepark in Tallahassee I highly recommend, especially to experienced skateboarders. Word has it that a local skate shop and skateboarders set up this park. It has been around since 2017. 

The Secret Skatepark

But one thing I like about this Tallahassee skatepark is its many outdoor toys for climbing. So, people of all ages will have fun here.

Features:

  • Fitted with a DIY quarter pipe, spine, roll-in, ledges, curbs, gaps, wallride, and banks.
  • Lots of transition areas, allowing for backside flips and kickflips.
  • Made of concrete.

Restrictions

  • Anyone can use the skatepark
  • Entry is free

Directions and Routes:

Located between South Duval street and South Adams street, under a bridge overpass. Easily accessible via 104 Blount Street.

BASIC Information


AllDetails
Location and Address:1039 S Duval Street, Tallahassee, Fl 32301
Riding Type:Park skateboarding
Skate Hours:All-day
Cost fee:Zero
Instructors:Not available
Participants:One person at a time on most obstacles
Size:Average
Lights:Not available
Opened:2017
Design:Flow parks or park style
Type of Skate Park:Neighborhood
Website:Not available

Conclusion


All the above skate parks in Tallahassee FL offer a safe place to skateboard than on the street. I highly recommend them over other options because they are public and with many excellent features. Therefore, you don’t have to pay a dime to access the facilities.

About the author

Kyle Spinks is a skating enthusiast from Montana. He has been passionate about the sport for over a decade and loves to share his experiences and knowledge with others through his blog, skateupdates.com.

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