Skateboarders and inline skaters will find lots of fun at these locations.

The Indy Area is Home to a Lot of Free Skateparks

Many years ago I used to watch my younger brother grind curbs and jump picnic tables, as he sought inline skating thrills.  Luckily, the greater Indianapolis area now offers many skateparks that would certainly entertain any skating enthusiast!  I’m happy to report that all of these area skateparks are FREE, so pack up your helmet, pads, and skates and check out the many options for inline skaters and skateboarders.

Monon Greenway Skatepark – 1235 Central Park Drive East, Carmel, IN
Located in between the east and west buildings of the Monon Center, this 10,000 square foot park is open dawn to dusk.  Protective equipment required at all times and bicycles are prohibited.
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Fortville Skatepark – West Church Street (Fortville Park), Fortville, IN
This skate park is a combination of concrete, rails, flatbars, and even a picnic table.
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Greenwood Skatepark – Northeast Park, Greenwood, IN
This is a metal ramp/skatelite ramp park, that quarter pipes, 3-5 ft. obstacles and rails.
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Franklin Public Skatepark – 372 South Main Street, Franklin, IN
Located directly behind the police station, this park is has ramps, rails, benches, and a picnic table.
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Riley Park Skatepark – 300 N. Apple St., Greenfield, IN
This skatepark is a smaller installation made of prefabricated obstacles, including a 5 foot quarterpipe , half pyramid, and rails.
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Forest Park Skatepark – 701 Cicero Rd., Noblesville, IN

Skate Park in Franklin, Indiana
Skate Park in Franklin, Indiana

Made with several large prefabricated skate obstacles, including banks, steps for grinding, and rails.
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Dr. James A. Dillon Skatepark – 146th and Hazel Dell Road, Noblesville, IN
This all concrete skatepark boasts a large area for fast riding, and interesting obstacles such as large circular dips and curved ramps.
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Major Taylor Skatepark – 3648 Cold Springs Road, Indianapolis, IN
An all concrete skatepark offers a 7 ft. quarterpipe, stairs, rails, many slopes and bowls.  Pads are required at all times to use this park.
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AY Indoor Skatepark – 2215 Country Club Road, Indianapolis, IN
This indoor facility is open the 2nd Friday of every month from 6pm-midnight.   Children 12 and over are welcome, and a helmet is strongly recommended (and available to rent for $5).
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Mulberry Fields Skatepark – Ford Road and Whitestown Road, Zionsville, IN
This giant, concrete complex has a small street section and large bowl section, as well as several rails and ledges.
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