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Owl's Head Park

 Skate Parks

The Department of Parks & Recreation will provide an attendant during official operating hours. Each participant will be required to sign a waiver (those under 18 will need their guardian's signature) before being allowed to use the facility.

Requirements for use:

NameLocationPhoneHoursFeaturesNotes
Millennium Skate ParkColonial Road between 68th Street and Wakeman Place in Owl's Head ParkWednesday through Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.As one of the few skate spots with a bowl, Millennium Skate Park features a 6-foot deep combi-bowl with a double coping spine and a street course consisting of ramps, banks, rails and bowled corners.Participants must show a Skate Park card or Youth card (if under 18) to use the park. To receive the cards, visit nearby Fort Hamilton Recreation Center with a photo identification card and fill out a Recreation Center membership application and waiver. Bike policy: Only BMX bikes are permitted in the skate park.

Directions to Owl's Head Park

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Dog-friendly AreasOwls Head Park Dog Run

Owl's Head Park is under construction at the intersection of Shore Road and 68th Street to reconstruct dog runs for both small and large dogs in Owl’s Head Park. The dog runs will encourage safe and open play while supplying proper drainage, safe lighting, and various healthy plantings. New features will include permeable surfaces, benches, fences, drinking fountains, and improved odor and dust control.
Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

Owl's Head Park Weather

  • Mon
    Chance Rain/Snow
    54°F
  • Tue
    Increasing Clouds
    51°F
  • Wed
    Becoming Sunny
    52°F
  • Thu
    Mostly Sunny
    58°F

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