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Baltimore County's Skate Parks

Hannah More, Cockeysville and Sandy Hills park all have street course facilities featuring a variety of ramps, jumps and grinding rails, enclosed within a fenced court. The skate parks are supervised by Department of Recreation and Parks staff. One skate park is provided in each of three parks situated in different areas of the County in order to maximize access.

While there is no fee for use of the County's "skatepark," skateboarders and roller bladers that wish to use the facilities must follow the established rules and regulations. Helmets, knee and elbow pads are required for all skaters.

For information regarding expansion of skate parks, programs and events, visit the Baltimore County Skateboard Council website.

Park Hours: Skate parks are open from sunrise to sunset.

Hannah More Skate Park

Community Office: Reisterstown

Hannah More Park's skate park features ramps and rails.

12035 Reisterstown Road
Reisterstown, Maryland 21136

This 12,800-square foot skate facility features:

  • Mini-half pipe with spine
  • Grind box
  • Dip
  • Launch ramp with skate table
  • Grind rail
  • Skate bench
  • Manual
  • Grind Ledge
  • Drop-in combo
  • Pyramid
  • Quarter-pipe

Cockeysville Skate Park at County Home Park

Community Office: Cockeysville

Boarder jumps ramp at Cockeysville Skate Park

Galloway Avenue
Cockeysville, Maryland 21030

This 12,000-square foot skate facility features:

  • ramps
  • jumps
  • grinding rails

Sandy Hills Skate Park

Community Office: Baltimore Highlands and Arbutus

3326 Bero Road
Halethorpe, Maryland 21227

This skate facility features:

  • An "old school" large concrete skate bowl
  • Skate park street course
Revised May 6, 2022         


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