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Roberts Skate Park

78th and Webster St. (1 block N of Cass)

The first skate park in a City of Omaha public park. Skateboarders and in-line skaters are welcome. The concrete skate park is 14,000 square feet in size; design includes various skill levels for the novice and the pro. Features include Urban Elements - ramps, stairs, quarter pipes, a grinding block, and fun box transitioning into a snake run that empties into two bowls - 4 ft and 7 ft deep. Rules are posted. Skate at your own Risk! Open during daylight hours only.


Nick James

Saturday, June 2, 2018
If you're not from this Hood I would stay out of that park. A lot of good old boys born and raised that do what they want to do in that park.

Bret McVey

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Avoid the playground area if you’re thinking of taking children there. The equipment has been damaged such as a metal initial step being broken out and a wood board placed over the hole. The slide is broken at the base and a metal gate loosely blocks kids from immediately accessing it. Figuring the sand might be more hospitable I soon began noticing shards of glass from broken bottles in the sand where kiddos would walk and play. Basing my rating purely on the playground and not on the skate park further south.


Tuesday, March 20, 2018
I went there couple times.everyone was respectful no bs you skate you skate.even played a couple rounds of skate with people I didn't even know.they were cool and I had a good time .

Juan Davila

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
I regularly skate the skate park and find it to be a great park for a simple skate session or watching the baseball teams practice.

Jonathan Parlane

Friday, Sep. 29, 2017
Loved this park. Has some great flowy elements, perfect couple of bowls, and a nice street section with a ton of possibilities. Cement might not be as smooth as I'd like in places but the park has been maintained and cracks have been filled. The vibe was good on my visit. I'd skate there every day if I could.

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