Hanging out at Skatepark of Baltimore

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Roosevelt Park in Hampden dates back to the early 1900’s and is now home to the Skatepark of Baltimore, which had it’s grand opening in May of 2014. An asphalt pad was built in Roosevelt Park by the city for skating in 2005 and it took nearly ten years to build Phase 1, which includes a state of the art 5000 square foot concrete skating bowl. The Skatepark of Baltimore is a non-profit organization with an all-volunteer staff. An estimated 35 thousand skaters use the park each year and it is free to all skaters.