History With the rise in popularity of extreme sports, a Skate Park Committee was formed to decide the feasibility of constructing a community skate park where residents would have the opportunity to enjoy their sport in a safe environment. After discussing many possible locations within the Township, the site of the Municipal Complex along Iven Avenue, near Encke Park, was decided. The Radnor Skate Park was unveiled in October of 2004. This cutting-edge facility is an outdoor skateboarding, aggressive in-line skating, and BMX freestyle biking facility located in front of the Radnor Township Building next to the lower parking lot. Features & Amenities The Skate Park consists of a number of obstacles suited for enthusiasts to pursue the recreational activities of skateboarding, aggressive in-line skating, and free style BMX. Created by Skatewave Modular Skatepark Systems, Radnor Skate Park spans 120' x 80'. Obstacles include a 6' mini ramp, spine, four quarter pipes, pyramid, and features street elements such as grind boxes and a grindable picnic table.
Since the reopening in August there have been additions of several new obstacles, and a new drinking water fountain!