Woodall Neighborhood Park

Located inside River Bends Park on the south side of River Bends Drive (old Woodall Road), Woodall Neighborhood Park is visited regularly by those living in the neighborhood as well as by other members of ours and neighboring communities. The area is appealing to not only those who enjoy sports, but also those interested in history, nature and wildlife, as there is an abundance of these in Woodall Park.

The Skate park is open from April 1 thru November 1 - weather permitting. Our rangers reserve the right to close the park due to inclement weather, reservation, or programming activities.

Woodall Park sign
The features of Woodall Park include a 40’ x 30’ picnic shelter with restrooms, paved fitness trail approximately 1.6 miles), water in restrooms, barbecue grills, picnic tables, basketball courts, sledding hill when weather permits, 2 baseball diamonds, 2 soccer fields, roller/ice hockey rink, and dinosaur playscape.

Woodall Skate Park

Plans began with a discussion with several area youths and adults at a Parks & Recreation Committee meeting in October of 2001. The results is Woodall skate Park, where visitors can rides skateboards, BMX bikes, and in-line skates in a fenced in area complete with jumps, rails, and other apparatus. The park was officially opened on July 1, 2003 and has remained a popular locale for skating enthusiasts of all ages.

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skate park sign
The rules are pretty simple -- keep safety in mind at all times, and skate at your own risk. Helmets are mandatory, other safety equipment such as guards and pads are recommended. In addition, no food or drink is allowed inside the fenced-in area, and smoking is not allowed in any areas of the skate park.
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woodall aerial view


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