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KPD Skate Park

Built in January of 2009, in a joint effort with the Tony Hawk Foundation and several members of the Greenville Community, the Kingsbury Park District was delighted to open Greenville's one and only 5000 square foot Skate Park. Located at the William S. Wait Park, the all concrete skate park boasts several features ideal for the recreational skate boarder. This park features some unique technical setups, for the more advanced skateboarder. The Skate Park is Open Sunrise to 10:100 PM.


Skate Park Policies

The Kingsbury Park District is proud of this facility and hopes that you use it safely.  It is your skate park and as such, you have a responsibility to care for it.

 The following guidelines and rules have been established to promote the safe and enjoyable use of the facility.  It is the responsibility of all users to know, understand and abide by these rules and guideline.  It is designed to encourage family use.  Please conduct yourself accordingly. 


·         Skate at your own risk.

·         Bicycles with plastic pegs and pedals only.

·         Helmets are required; protective gear is strongly recommended

·         Inspect the premises before use…. snow, ice, wet surfaces, litter and debris may affect skating conditions.

·         Please report any damage, hazardous conditions, concerns, and comments to the Kingsbury Park District.

·         This facility is unsupervised and self-policed.  Reckless and destructive skating jeopardizes the safety of others.  Do not use ramps and runs until they are clear of other skaters.  Do not skate against traffic.  Be respectful of other skaters.  Be a role model and mentor younger skaters.

·         All organized events require prior written approval from the Kingsbury Park District.

·         The use of placement of any unauthorized equipment or obstacles is prohibited.

·         Graffiti, tagging or other forms of defacing District property are strictly prohibited.  Waxing of skate park surfaces is prohibited.