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Skating Rinks and Skate Parks in Southeast Michigan

The best places for kids, parents and the entire family to try some roller or inline skating inside – or grab the skateboards and have a blast outside

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Skate Parks

Auburn Hills Skate Park

  • Address: 202 N. Squirrel Road, Auburn Hills
  • Phone: 248-370-9353
  • Hours: 8 a.m.-dusk April-November, weather permitting; closed in winter
  • Cost: free

Attack three big ramps, two fun boxes and a collection of rails at this park that has nearby picnic tables alongside the river.

Birmingham Skate Park

  • Address: 2300 E. Lincoln St., Birmingham
  • Phone: 248-530-1642
  • Hours: dawn-dusk; open year-round, weather permitting
  • Cost: free

With a 4-foot mini ramp, two pyramids, four large quarter pipes and much more, this public skate park qualifies for the big leagues. Bikes and scooters not permitted.

Concrete Jungle

  • Address: 36651 Ford Road, Westland
  • Phone: 734-467-3200
  • Hours: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. daily; hours many vary by season (open spring, summer and fall months; check ahead)
  • Cost: free

This outdoor park is 20,000 square feet of rock-solid concrete for skaters to grind, ride and glide. Join fellow boarders for Friday night skates under the park's bright lights. Helmets are required.

Huntington Woods Skate Park

  • Address: 11 Mile Road, east of Coolidge Highway, Huntington Woods
  • Phone: 248-541-3030
  • Hours: 9 a.m.-dusk; open spring, summer and fall; Closed during the winter
  • Cost: free

A three-tiered big bowl to conquer is just the beginning of this rad park that also houses plenty of rails and elements to grind.

Livonia Community Center Skate Park

  • Address: Livonia Community Recreation Center, 15100 Hubbard St.
  • Phone: 734-466-2410
  • Hours: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Mondays-Fridays, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sundays
  • Cost: daily pass for non-residents: $8.50/ages 4-12, $11.50/kids 13-18; daily fee for residents without a pass: $4.25/ages 4-12, $5.75/kids 13-18; free/for residents of Livonia on Tuesday and Thursdays

This park has ramps for both advanced skaters and beginners with 14,000 square feet to board. There's a fee to skate, but you get access to other park facilities, too. A helmet is required to skate.

Modern Skate Park

  • Address: 1500 N. Stephenson Highway, Royal Oak
  • Phone: 248-546-7275
  • Hours: vary by day; call for session times, open year-round
  • Cost: rates vary; memberships available

This 80,000-square-foot skate park is world-renowned with obstacles and ramps from wall-to-wall that are perfect for bikers, bladers and boarders. Skaters of all levels welcome, and protective gear is available for rent.

Riley Skate Park

  • Address: Founder's Sports Park, 35500 Eight Mile Road, Farmington Hills
  • Phone: 248-473-1800
  • Hours: 8 a.m.-dusk. Mondays-Fridays (closed during skate camps); hours may vary (check ahead for details), open weather permitting
  • Cost: free

Don't miss out on this outdoor seasonal skate park, only open in the spring. This 29,000-square-foot community project is still expanding with donations, and the park is free for all levels of skaters to enjoy.

Woodall Skate Park

  • Address: Woodall Neighborhood Park on River Bends Drive, Shelby Township
  • Phone: 586-731-0300
  • Hours: 9 a.m.-dusk, weather permitting; open April 1-Nov. 1
  • Cost: free

Skate like the wind at this city park that has plenty of ramps and rails for skateboards, BMX and inline connoisseurs. Helmets required. Fresh air provided.

Wyandotte Skate Park

  • Address: 20th and Grove streets, Memorial Park, Wyandotte
  • Phone: 734-324-7295
  • Hours: 6 a.m.-10 p.m. weather permitting; open year-round
  • Cost: free

Bring your bike or blades and spend a day perfecting your technique on ramps of all sizes.

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