Allen, TX is located NE of Dallas and has the largest public skatepark in
the state at 37,915 sq.ft. The park was designed by the Site Design Group
and built by Eric Dawkins.
The park features a large street area connected to a bowl. Plus two other
bowls. One is a flow bowl with a spine, hips and a mild oververt pocket
ranging in 5-8ft in depth. The other bowl is a tight clover bowl ranging
in 6-9 1/2ft in depth. On top of that, the park has a really smooth
The park allows boards, blades and bikes, so it does get very crowded. The
park is also unsupervised, free of charge, lit and open everyday.
- Elements include street fixtures including stairs with handrails to "ollie onto" (ed:I love this!), boxes, rails, ledges, a "picnic table" (not for picnicking), wide variety of bowls and transitions ranging from
6' - 9 ˝' deep, steel coping throughout for grinding and a large amount of bank slope areas for beginners to practice on.
- Lighted facility
- Restroom access and water fountains available on the east side of the youth center.
- Fees: None, the skatepark will be free to all users. (Fees may apply during special events and for clinics/classes.)
- Equipment allowed: Skateboards, in line skates and bikes (pegs must be covered). Scooters will not be permitted in the skatepark.
- This is a HIGH RISK activity. Safety equipment, including but not limited to helmets, knee and elbow pads, are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.
The Edge at Allen Station Park officially opened its gates on June 4, 2005. Located on the south end of Allen Station Park, the complex features a concrete skatepark, two roller-hockey rinks, BMX track and youth center. The skatepark is now the largest outdoor facility of its kind in the state.