Friday, November 27, 2015
In an effort to revive and modernize the skatepark guide, I stopped by Orlando Skatepark a few weeks ago. Having lived in Orlando in the late 90s, I have to say that with the help of places like this park, Orlando has leapt exponentially forward into the present. I'm not quite sure who built this park, but it doesn't seem to be a Team Pain project. Having said that, the design of the park is still fairly competent. The pool has some interesting lines, as does the main flow area of the park. Instead of having a main "street" section, there are ledges and benches scattered around the outside. Additionally, there is a beginner/mellow area just to the right of the entrance that is a lot of fun to skate. For being a small park, there certainly is a lot going on, be it transition, bump to mini hubbas, long grindable ledges, and a pool. It's only 5 bucks to skate if you are from out of town, but if you are a member the prices are cut in half.
You can check out the City of Orlando's page with all the relevant info you need HERE, including online registration so you can save time getting into the park.