Pier 62 Skatepark
Address: 143 11th Ave, New York, NY 10011, United States
Hudson River Park’s Pier 62 Skatepark is FREE and is open to all skate boarders and roller bladers.
This is a 15,000 sq. ftskatepark designed and built by California Skateparks/Site Design Group.
It features a 5 ft spine, beginner Ollie Zone including a 4 ft Quarter, 2 ft Wedge and a 3 ft Start Box, the Intermediate Fun Box including a 24 ft Ledge, a Kinked Flat Rail, and an 18 ft Ollie Ledge.
The skatepark at Pier 62 in Hudson River Park is built on top of a pile-supported marine platform and uses structural foam to create the shapes and forms that are typically sculpted in the earth. This unique project is the ﬁrst of its kind.
- ONLY skateboards, in-line skates and roller skates are allowed
- No bicycles, scooters, or motorized devices
- No drinking or eating on the skate surface
- No glass of any kind
- No spectators on the skating surface
- No added obstacles or other objects such as ramps and jumps
- No alcoholic beverages, smoking, or drugs
- No animals or pets
- No posting or distribution of pamphlets, handbills or advertisements of any kind
- The skatepark is to be used on a first come, first served basis. Do not use the skatepark if it is too crowded for you to skate safely
- Do not use this skatepark when skating surface is wet or other hazardous conditions exist. 24 hrs
- Amplified sound, organized events or sales of any kind allowed only with written permission from the Hudson River Park Trust
- Report any illegal activity including vandalism and graffiti immediately to 212-242-6427, 24 hrs
- Violation of any rule may result in removal from skatepark and/or other sanctions including revoking of rights to use the skatepark and/or a summons to appear in court
- Hudson River Park Trust is not responsible for personal property
- Hudson River Park Trust reserves the right to close the skatepark for events, emergencies, or when conditions necessitate
- The skatepark may be monitored by video surveillance
- Skaters SHOULD wear helmets at all times. The use of kneepads, elbow pads and wrist guards are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED
RULES & REGULATIONS:
This is an unsupervised facility.
Enter the skatepark at your own risk.
By entering the skatepark you are assuming all risk for injuries and damages. Skateboarding and skating are hazardous recreational activities which can result in serious injury or even death. Hudson River Park Trust, the City and the State of New York do not assume any responsibility for damage or injuries resulting from entering or using this facility.
FOOD & SHOPPING
There’s no need to leave Hudson River Park when your stomach starts calling or need more sunscreen. Take a break at one of the many places throughout the park to get a bite to eat or pick up a souvenir.
ESPECIALLY FOR KIDS
Hudson River Park is a place where children can play, explore, learn and have new experiences. Summertime offers scores of free activities for children, such as films on Pier 46 in Greenwich Village and fishing clinics on multiple piers. During the school year, the Trust’s Environment and Education staff works with teachers throughout New York City and beyond to plan and conduct programs focused on the river and its ecology.
PLAN YOUR EVENT
PLAN YOUR “SPECIAL EVENT” IN HUDSON RIVER PARK
All groups wishing to hold a special event in Hudson River Park must obtain a written permit from the Hudson River Park Trust. (See instructions at right)
“Special Event” is defined as a group activity including, but not limited to, a performance, meeting, assembly, contest, exhibit, ceremony, parade, athletic competition, reading, or picnic involving more than 20 people.
Special Event does not include casual park use by visitors or tourists.
Submitting an application does not guarantee you will be granted a permit. Permit fees will be assessed based on the nature of the event.
CAN I HOST A PRIVATE OR PUBLIC EVENT IN THE PARK?
Permits must be obtained for group activities including, but not limited to, a performance, meeting, assembly, contest, exhibit, ceremony, parade, athletic competition, reading, or picnic involving more than 20 people or a group activity involving less than 20 people for which specific space within the Park is requested to be reserved. All groups wishing to hold a special event in Hudson River Park must obtain a written permit from Hudson River Park Trust. Submitting a permit application does not guarantee you will be granted space.