Jon comer Skatepark

The skatepark at Rick Oden Park (1010 W. Miller Road) is the second largest in Texas, boasting 48,500 square feet of skating area. Designed to provide fun, excitement and challenge, The Jon Comer Skatepark welcomes beginner and experienced skaters alike.

The skatepark is divided into three main sections: Street/Plaza, Bowl/Transition and Beginners. Designers made sure to include areas that allow beginners to learn new skills confidently, along with areas for advanced skaters to challenge themselves. The park is equipped with a wide variety of curbs, rails, hips, volcanoes, bumps, drop-ins, bowls and banks to give skaters of all skill levels many options to navigate.

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Garland Parks and Skate Park Respect host monthly cleanups at the Jon Comer Skatepark. We love our skatepark and want to keep it clean and safe for all. Volunteers of all ages are welcome, please join us! For more information, email Volunteer@Garlandtx.gov

Every second Saturday of the month from 9 to 11 a.m.

View cleanup dates, monthly themes and register to volunteer here.

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  1. Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts


    Physical Address
    634 Apollo Road
    Garland, TX 75040

    Fax: 972-205-2751


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