David Armstrong Extreme Park
The mission of Louisville Metro Parks and Recreation is to create a City of Parks where people can play, learn, grow and be healthy.
The mission is accomplished by taking care of all parks properties and creating new ones, by providing safe and diverse recreational programs, and by protecting our public lands and resources for future generations.
I prefer the renovated portion of the park, as the older portions are too gritty and rough to skate and fall on. Best vert bowl and full pipe I've ever skated. There are some really sketchy locals that cruise through so be aware of your environment and belongings.
I am rating the park not surroundings. The park looks great for bikes, skates, boards, and more. There were even kids under 10 yrs old with their scooters. There is tons of graffiti and a few homeless people hanging out when we were there but the park itself has much to offer.
Took my 8yr old daughter here to skate. Plenty of room for her to skate without worrying about others. Bathrooms were a mess when we visited. Sadly homeless people were living in them and you would be better off leaving to go to the bathroom.
the park itself is awesome. the people are the problem. everyone just throws their trash everywhere. I have to pick up trash every time I go there because frankly the place looks like crap.
Great skate park. More for the hardcore skater. Local skate shop HOME SKATE SHOP is a great place to visit as well