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