April 25, 2023
Public Encouraged to Review Blake Doyle Community Skatepark Rules Blake Doyle Community Skatepark
With the Blake Doyle Community Skatepark set to open to the public on May 2, the City of Pensacola encourages skatepark users to review the park rules before enjoying this exciting new public amenity.
The skatepark will open to the public immediately following a ribbon cutting event on Tuesday, May 2 at 3 p.m. Following the ribbon cutting event, the Blake Doyle Community Skatepark will be open daily from dawn until dusk.
The skatepark rules include the following:
- For your safety: Wear a helmet with securely fastened chinstrap, elbow pads, kneepads, wrist guards and closed toe shoes.
- Only skateboards and inline skates are allowed. No bicycles or motorized vehicles.
- Adult supervision required for minors.
- Use of the skatepark outside of posted hours is strictly prohibited (the skatepark will be open daily from dawn until dusk).
- Click here to review all rules for the Blake Doyle Community Skatepark.
The Blake Doyle Community Skatepark is located under Interstate 110 along North Hayne Street, between Jackson Street and La Rua Street.
The skatepark features approximately 25,000 square feet of skateable surface area for skaters of all ages and skill levels. The skatepark also includes a beginner area, multilevel skate plaza, and two skate bowls, along with an additional 5,700 square feet of surrounding sidewalk and gathering areas.
The skatepark is part of the overall transformation of Hollice T. Williams Park through a joint project with the City of Pensacola and Escambia County, which will ultimately create a place for community members of all ages to connect and enjoy activities in the heart of the city. The park will also serve to improve water quality and reduce stormwater in the area.
For more information about the Blake Doyle Community Skatepark, visit the City of Pensacola website.
To learn more about the Hollice T. Williams Stormwater Park project, visit myhtwpark.com.