Roller / Inline Skating in Owl’s Head Millenium Skatepark, Brooklyn, New York USA

2 bowls, streets
Brooklyn is the most populous of New Yorks City's five boroughs and the second largest in area. It is also the second-most densely populated county in the United States, after New York County-Manhattan. Thanks to its cultural heritage and unique style, Brooklyn attracts many people from all over the world.

Visiting Brooklyn gives you the chance to come across the most well-known skatepark, where many people enjoy Inline Skating.

Owls Head Millenium Skatepark is one of NYC’s oldest skateparks. It opened in 2011, in order to host all those who are interesting in skating. Its surface is made of concrete. The most impressive part of this park is the bowl, which is really two separate bowls, strangely joined together in their shallow ends. The first one is a standard square bowl with spine and the second is more like a replica of a real pool with quirky transitions, pool coping and tile around the deep end. So, if you are looking for roundwall, you have found the most appropriate place. You also find some streets, but not much for street skaters. The park is open from 10 am to 6 pm, weather permitting .

Be aware that in winter, you wont be able to visit the park, as it is closed. Last but not least, while exercising your activity, you are kindly requested to wear your helmet. Having all features you need, the only thing left to do is to visit this place and enjoy your activity with a vengeance.