The Warren County Skatepark is part of the 25-acre Skyline Soccerplex and offers rails, half pipe, ramps, and plenty of room for skateboarders, in-line skaters, and bikers to enjoy. The park opened in 2010 and was featured in a photography series by John Falls and published in Life Magazine. A seasonal concession stand is nearby, along with two rentable picnic shelters and a playground.
101 Kerfoot Avenue
Front Royal, VA 22630
The Warren County Skatepark is a 15,000 square foot facility designed for skate boarders, in-line skaters, and scooter and BMX bike riders. Skaters under the age of 14 are required to be accompanied by an adult, and all participants are required to wear a commercially manufactured helmet at all times. The Skatepark operates daily from dawn to dusk. For a full listing of Skatepark rules, please CLICK HERE.
For more information about the Skatepark, please call the Parks and Recreation Department at (540) 635-7750.
A large rentable shelter (#8) sits next to the Skatepark and is within steps of two playground structures featuring four slides with monkey bars, and a concession stand. A second rentable shelter (#7) sits on the opposite side of the park next to Salem Avenue.
For more information on renting one of our shelters, please visit our Picnic Shelters page or call the RES Youth Center at (540) 635-7750.
Shelter #8 Shelter #7
The Soccerplex offers six game fields (two with lights) and two practice fields available to rent. For more information regarding renting a Warren County Parks and Recreation-owned field, please visit our Athletic Facilities page.
The Skyline Soccerplex Walking Trail is a short 0.69 mile paved trail that makes its way around the Warren County Skatepark and Skyline Soccerplex. This is an easy circuit path to stretch your legs or for beginning walkers of all ages to get up and moving. At the end of your walk enjoy some time at the nearby playground or picnic shelter.