Phillip Shelby Hemstock Skate Park


14050 Heartside Place

Skate Park Hours 

  • 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Seven Days/Week 


The skate park features:
  • A 5' tall by 8' wide quarter pipe with a grind rail
  • A 2' tall pyramid with an attached 3' bank to stairs component with railings
  • A 4' tall, 12' wide, 22' long mini half pipe with a grind rail and a bank hip
  • Three grind rails
  • Two bank to ledge and a grind box ledge combos
  • Two skate benches
Shelby Hemstock skating

Rules & Guidelines

As always, our patrons safety and well-being are very important. So for your protection and enjoyment, kindly follow the guidelines listed below:
  • BMX pegs must be removed or covered
  • Check bad behaviors at the gate including foul language, glass containers, tobacco and alcohol (Chapter 50 of Farmers Branch Code of Ordinance)
  • In an emergency, call 9-1-1
  • Inspect the park before using. For your safety, please stay off when wet, icy or other hazardous conditions exist
  • Let Parks and Recreation Staff know if there is a problem by calling 972.247.4607
  • Look before you go...don't drop in on others...wait your turn
  • No dogs are allowed in the skate park
  • No ramps, jumps, etc. from outside sources are allowed
  • Permitted equipment includes skateboards, skates, razors and BMX freestyle bikes. Other equipment must be approved in writing by the Director of Parks and Recreation before use
  • Please report any acts of vandalism and take care of your park so it can remain open
  • Protective gear (helmets, knee pads, elbow pads and wrist guards) is strongly recommended
  • Report suspicious activity to the Farmers Branch Police Department at 972.484.3620
  • What will close your park? Damages, abuse of equipment, graffiti and litter

Disclaimer: Use This Facility at Your Own Risk

Warning - Texas Law (Chapter 75, Civil Practice and Remedies Code) limits the liability of a governmental unit for damages arising directly from hockey, in-line hockey, skating, in-line skating, roller-skating, skateboarding, roller-blading, or soap box derby use on premises that the governmental unit owns, operates, or maintains for that purpose.