Boerne Skate Park
The Boerne Skate Park is 7,500 square feet of real street plaza-style skating surrounded by beautiful oak trees. The park features multiple stair sets, down ledges and rails, cantilevered banks, and quarter pipes.
Overlooking the skate park is a covered shade structure with benches for seating. The park also has a small playground area for kids separated from the skating area.
- ADA access to skate park
- Shaded viewing area
- Picnic Tables
- Public restrooms
- Paved parking lot
- Water fountains
Help us keep the Skate Park an open and friendly environment for all skaters by following the rules listed here. Click on the tab below to see a full list of all Skate Parks Rules.
Hours of Operation
Dawn to Dusk: This skate park is not equipped with lighting and is closed once the sun goes down.
Competitive events or demonstrations require prior approval of the Parks and Recreation Department.
The Following Are NOT Permitted On the Skating Surface
- Bicycles, Motorized Vehicles, or other Wheeled Devices
The Following Are NOT Permitted at the Skate Park
- Glass Containers
- Profanity, Fighting, and/or other Disorderly Behavior
Safety gear (helmets, knee and elbow pads, and wrist guards) is strongly recommended
Skateboards and in-line skates only
Skate Park is considered closed during bad weather (rain, lightning, sleet, snow, etc.)
Inspect park before using and notify Boerne Parks and Recreation Department of any problems by calling (830) 248-1635
No alcohol or tobacco are allowed at the Skate Park
No gum, food, or drinks are allowed on the Skate Park surface
No graffiti or defacing property. The park will be closed if there is graffiti.
No modifications to existing ramps or additional obstacles or materials allowed
All other City of Boerne park rules apply
In an emergency call 911
Skate At Your Own Risk
Texas law (Chapter 75, Civil Practice and Remedies Code) limits the liability of a governmental unit for damages arising directly from hockey, in-line hockey, skating, in-line skating, roller-skating, skateboarding, roller-blading, or soap box derby use on premises that the governmental unit owns, operates, or maintains for that purpose.
Skate Park Development
Opened in summer 2010, the Boerne Skate Park was designed and built by SPA Skate Parks of Austin and based on the input of the local skate community. Public design workshops were held to find out what Boerne-area skaters wanted to see most in their park.
The park was built with funding from the 2007 Quality of Life Bond, which was approved by voters and helped to expand the parks system across Boerne.