BMX in Delaware Skate Park (Mingo Skate Park), Delaware, Ohio USA

13000 ft²/1207.7 m²
The City of Delaware is the county seat of Delaware County in Ohio, USA. The city is situated near the center of Ohio and is approximately 30 mi/48 km north of Columbus and part of the Columbus - Ohio Metropolitan Area.

In Delaware, Bluestone Group constructed an awesome public park, designed by Team Pain, the extremely popular Delaware Skate Park aka Mingo Skate Park. The skate park, due to the distinguishing features as skate and urban, makes the perfect environment for BMX Freestylers to develop their skills.

This park was constructed with many difficulties and a lot of efforts by the fund raising community youth and unique partnership of local businesses and organizations. The terrain is 13000 ft²/1207.7 m² and features stairs, rails, curbs and half pipes on its urban side. Surface is concrete with metal copings on every component of the park.

The park is open from dawn to dusk, giving all BMX Freestylers the opportunity to practice or even show off a little, making tricks and jumps in the park with all these great characteristics. The street and transition elements are blending with the magnificent landscape of Mingo Park, creating the best area to have fun rolling on your two BMX wheels.

It doesn’t matter what the level of experience is, as there are courses for everyone, intermediate and advanced. Keep in mind that the park has rules and it will be kind of you to spend some time reading them, in order to keep it in good condition. It is a skate park worth visiting and riding it.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Sandusky
84.7 miles/136.3 km, 1 hour 52 minutes
Head east on W Park St toward Hayes Ave. Turn right onto OH-4 S/Hayes Ave. Continue to follow OH-4 S. Slight right to stay on OH-4 S. Turn left to merge onto US-23 S toward Delaware. Take the exit toward N Sandusky St. Slight right onto N Sandusky St. Take the 3rd left onto E Lincoln Ave. Turn right. Destination will be on the left.
81.3 miles/131 km, 1 hour 35 minutes
Head north on S Main St toward W 3rd St. Turn right onto the Ohio 4 N ramp. Follow signs for Keowee Street and merge onto OH-4 N. Take the OH-4 N ramp to Columbus. Merge onto I-70 E/OH-4 E. Continue to follow I-70 E. Take exit 79 for US-42 toward Plain City. Turn left onto US-42 N/N London-Delaware Rd. Continue to follow US-42 N. Turn left onto Columbus Pike. Take the US-36/US-42/William St ramp to OH-37/N Sandusky St. Turn left onto US-36 W/US-42 S/E William St. Continue to follow US-36 W/E William St. Take the 2nd right onto N Union St. Take the 3rd right onto E Lincoln Ave. Turn right. Destination will be on the left.
Columbus Airport Marriott,
28 miles/45 km

Amtrak serves the entire US. Delaware has no Amtrak station though, so if you wish to travel by train, you should get a train from anywhere in Ohio and abort in Elyria, OH (ELY) station. From there you can either take the public transportation or rent a car, as it is a couple of hours away from your destination.


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