The beautiful weather in Orlando allows for a multitude of fun activities that kids and adults can do together or separately. Skating parks are an interesting option that is available to locals and visitors alike. There are many parks located in Orlando, but only a few of them are designated skate parks. Below is a brief overview of a few of these fun, family-friendly attractions.
Orlando Skate Park: Featuring an 8,000 square foot flow course, 11-foot vertical wall, and a beginners course, this park is a great option for all skating levels, beginners and expert skaters will all be able to have fun. This area also offers a travel skate camp, where participants are able to travel to a different skate park each day, and skate instructors teach basic skateboarding skills.
Woodlea Sports Complex: Located in close by Tavares, Florida, this facility, located on 10 acres, is not just a skate park, as it also features four lighted baseball/softball fields. There is a concession stand and plenty of parking, which makes the establishment great for family outings.
Team Pain Enterprises Skate Park: Created by Team Pain, a group of skate park specialists with over 30 years of experience has constructed this new recreational area in Winter Springs, Florida. Having created a dozen of these parks throughout the state of Florida, park goers are guaranteed to see all the same features their other parks exhibit. Things like fun courses, creative attractions, and amusing entertainment has become a standard with this business.
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