Skate Park

People of all ages are invited to join the fun at the Graham Dickinson SPIRIT Skate Park.  Built in 1998 as a result of a grassroots effort to provide a safe and fun place for local skaters to congregate, the skate park was named in memory of a local teen who passed away a couple of weeks after the park’s opening.  Our skate park provides a rare opportunity for young people to congregate and socialize in a safe, friendly, and supportive environment while engaging in a personal best type of sport with no timetables or pressure to win or succeed.


The Skate Park Welcomes Scooters & Bikes!

skate park

Enjoy Free Entry March 28-29 

Season: March 22 – November 29


Hours of Operation (weather permitting):


3:00 pm - dusk


noon - dusk

The skate park follows the Ridgefield public school schedule.  We open at noon on school holidays and closings.

Extended Summer Hours:

Starting on the last day of Ridgefield public schools

Open Daily

noon - dusk

Skate Park Memberships/Drop-ins

Memberships and season passes include unlimited skating during regular skate park hours and a $30 discount on lessons, camps, and clinics.  Ask about the $15 sibling discount.


A $3 ADA fee has been added to the full annual pass and all seasonal passes.  This fee is used to fund town special services.



Full Annual Pass March 22  - November 29 $222 $302
Spring Pass March 22 – June 13 $78 $108
Summer Pass June 14 – August 29 $103 $133
Fall Pass August 30 – November 29 $78 $108
Daily Drop-in Rate Monday – Friday (2:30 pm opening) $7 $12
Daily Drop-in Rate Weekend/Holiday/Summer (noon opening) $10 $15
Skaters (ages 18+) Drop-in Rate (any day) $5 $5
10-Visit Pass *Additional fee on noon openings $60* $102*

60 Prospect Street / Shed: 203.431.2342 / Office: 203.431.2368 /



Download Participation/Agreement Waiver
Download Skate Park Registration Form

Lessons, Camps & Clinics

Learn how to skate from experienced and friendly instructors. ( read more )

Skate Park Rental/Parties

Make your next birthday or private function a party to remember.  Rent out the skate park. ( read more )

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