Paine's Park


  • Paine’s Park Schuylkill Trail Connector Philadelphia, PA, 19130 United States

HOURS:

THURSDAY 5 - 10 PM;
FRIDAY + SATURDAY 1 - 11 PM;
SUNDAY 12 - 10 PM

About:

Paine's Park is a public, skate park along the Schuylkill River Trail that was opened in 2013. The park features a variety of ledges, rails, and benches for skaters of all skill levels and also has on-site seating for those who prefer to sit and relax. Paine’s park was started with the goal of combining skateboarding, architecture, and city planning to create a quality experience for Philadelphia skateboarders and visitors. During the year the park hosts live music, outdoor movie screenings, local food trucks, and a variety of other events.

Park Events:

  • 8/26 Franklin's Paine Skatepark Fund 5 to 7 pm | Join us for this happy hour fundraiser where 50% of all proceeds go directly back to the park - and stick around after dark (8pm or later) for skate videos on the big screen!

  • 8/26 Indego Bike Share 5 to 9 pm | Indego will be providing unlimited bike parking at a virtual pop-up station right near Franklin's Paine Statepark

  • 8/27 Maha Yoga at Parks on Tap 12:00 - 1:00 pm | Pay What You Can

  • 8/27 Indego Bike Share 5 to 9 pm | Indego will be providing unlimited bike parking at a virtual pop-up station right near Franklin's Paine Statepark

Indego Station:

Indego will be providing unlimited bike parking during select times of Parks on Tap at a virtual pop-up station right near Franklin's Paine Skatepark - click here for a schedule and details!

Public Transportation:

Accessible via SEPTA Bus route 43 located at Spring Garden St. and Kelly Dr and SEPTA Bus Route 38 stop behind the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Parking:

Limited parking available at Waterworks Drive parking lot off of Kelly Drive. Paid parking available at the Philadelphia Museum of Art garage off of Anne d’Harnoncourt Drive.

Twitter: @FranklinsPaine

Facebook: Franklin's Paine Skatepark

Website: http://franklinspaine.com/

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