Skateparks

Please note, the Lee and Joe Jamail Skatepark will be closed June 30th – July 5th to set up for Houston’s Official Fourth of July event, CITGO Freedom Over Texas. If you have any questions, please email Jane Holman at jane.holman@houstontx.gov or Ricardo Magdaleno at ricardo.magdaleno@houstontx.gov.

The Houston Parks and Recreation Department operates 5 above ground skateparks and the Lee & Joe Jamail Skatepark, the first world-class, in-ground skatepark in our region.

ABOVE GROUND SKATEPARKS

Burnett-Bayland Skatepark
6000 Chimney Rock (KM 531B)
The Station at Burnett-Bayland Park was opened to the public in March 2017. The design for the 17,500-square-foot in-ground skatepark includes a volcano, bowl, upper decks, grind ledges, stairs and handrails, flat bars, various banks, a quarter pipe and multiple steel pipes. A group of neighborhood youth helped plan the skatepark.

Cliff Tuttle Park
6200 Lyons
The skatepark at Cliff Tuttle Park opened on Friday, January 18, 2008. It was named the Joe and Theresa Padilla Skatepark on September 5, 2008, honoring the Padillas for their years as neighborhood boosters. Boasting such features as quarter pipes, bank ramps, grind boxes, and stairs and rails, the facility at Cliff Tuttle Park is designed to give the skater a world-class workout on an exciting series of challenges

Dylan Duncan Skatepark
3950 Rustic Woods
The Dylan Duncan Skatepark, originally named the Kingwood Skatepark, was the very first public skatepark built by the City of Houston. It was dedicated on May 21, 2004. It was renamed the Dylan Duncan Skatepark in December of 2006. The 5402 square foot facility measures 73' x 74'. Components include: a mini half pipe with 90' hip, skate benches, a kinked round grind rail, a kicker ramp, skate tables, a bank to stair with rail, shade structures with benches, drinking fountain and a bike rack in the shape of a skateboarder.

Eastwood Skatepark
5020 Harrisburg
Eastwood Skatepark was dedicated on May 21, 2005.
The 4,928 square foot facility measures 88' x 56'. Components include: a concrete curb, a grind box, a grindrail, a concrete bench, a curved bench, a mini ramp with start wedge, a pyramid with planter and a wedge with box.

Watonga Skatepark
4100 Watonga Blvd.
Watonga Skatepark was completed on July 25, 2005.
The 12,070 square foot facility measures 142' x 85'. Components include half pipes, roll-in, bank ramp, quarter pipes, half pipe, street spine, jump box, grind rail 14', grind ledge 14', pyramid 6', grind rail square 12', grind rail round 12', grindbox (kinked), grind rail (kinked round 20'), sub box, bank ramp with kicker.

Clinton Skatepark
200 Mississippi
Clinton Skatepark was completed on September 14, 2005.
The 12,070 square foot facility measures 142' x 85'. Components include half pipes, roll-in, bank ramp, quarter pipes, half pipe, street spine, jump box, grind rail 14', grind ledge 14', pyramid 6', grind rail square 12', grind rail round 12', grindbox (kinked), grind rail (kinked round 20'), sub box, bank ramp with kicker.

LEE & JOE JAMAIL SKATEPARK

The Lee & Joe Jamail Skatepark will not only put Houston on the map as one of the nation's best venues for this fast-growing, dynamic sport, it will also provide a great place for skaters to work on their kick flip, ollie, fakie big spin... or simply learn to stay balanced!