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Riley Skate Park


Riley Skate Park was designed by some of the best skate park designers in the country, Site Design Group and Grindline. The 29,000 square foot all-concrete park is the area's premier hotspot for skateboarders and in-line skaters. The unique design provides elements for skateboarders/in-line skaters of all skill levels, and spectators the opportunity to view the activity in a comfortable park like setting, for free.

Riley Skate Park was named after a donor, George Riley and the Riley Foundation, who gave $500,000 toward the City of Farmington Hills Skate Park project.  Riley Skate Park attracts around 200 skaters each day, in addition to the thousands of people who will visit the skate park for skateboard competitions and camps.



Reviews

Colin Clark

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Sunday, July 15, 2018
Good skate spot, but needs to put a ban on scooter kids because they are SUPER annoying.

Dimante Robinson

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Skate park is fantastic to the point I can't believe that it is free. On top of that is the beautiful scenery of the park around it!

Carter Welch

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018
No bikes allowed is kinda bad for such a fun park like this one im very disappointed

Randy DAmore

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Thursday, April 5, 2018
Great skatepark! Lots to do to keep busy and practice.

Marcus Barrett

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Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017
very nice skate park. Hours are until 9pm. Sign says no bikes allowed. Good amount of bowls and a nice section for rails. concrete is clean and smooth.

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