Located in Stout Field about seven (7) minutes southwest of downtown Indianapolis. East access from I-70 and 465. Stout Field East Drive can be accessed off of Minnesota to the north and Raymond/Sam Jones Expressway to the South. Click for Map
Hours of Operation: We are limiting the hours of operation for now from 2pm to 8pm on weekdays, 12pm to 8pm on Saturday and 12pm to 5pm on Sunday. We will be limiting the number of people fo 10-15 max if needed. You do not have to RSVP but please feel free to call us at 317-498-5299 to check Park traffic. From late March to November the Park is not as busy so we should not have a problem accommodating people unless there is rain.
Lockers: Please use the lockers to place personal items. We have enought for each participant that visits the park. You can bring a lock or we can provide for your visit. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items left in the Park unattended.
Lost and Found
If you are missing an item or "lost property", please check the office 317-498-5299 to see if we have it. "Lost Property" can mean any unattended, abandoned, misplaced, or forgotten item. Lost and found is intended to return items missing to the rightful owner or dispose of them by the Park. Q Skatepark assumes no responsibility for the care and/or protection of any personal belonging left unattended on Q Skatepark property and for loss, under any circumstances, including theft, vandalism, or malicious mischief of such belonging. We will take lost and found items and donate to a local organization after storing for 30 days. Any individual making a request for a lost item will be asked to provide a description of the item before it will be returned to them.
Our mission with the skateboard park is to provide a safe and quality experience for those that use the park to skate and attend events. We are inclusive to ALL that want to skate. We are just one little part in a bigger skate scene picture in central Indiana.
You can rent Q Skatepark for birthdays to skate which includes the street area, transition area/with mini and private room for $75/hr and $50 for each additional hour. The break room can be rented for $25/hr. The park rental hours are limited during the winter months. Call 317-498-5299 or email to book the park or with your questions.
We have two types of punch cards. You can buy 10 sessions for $50 ($20 in savings / $5 per day) or 25 sessions for $100 ($75 in savings / $4 per day). Savings based on the current $7 per day rate. The Card does not expire once purchased and does not adjust up with an increase in the per session rate. You can purchase the card at the Park.
We DO recycle plastic bottles and cans at the Park. Please use the appropriate containers for recycled and non-recycled trash. We take recycled trash so Ray's recycling.
Rental Equipment: We have rented helmets and allowed people to borrow pads. We are recommending people bring their own at this time. You WILL be allowed to rent skateboards for $3 per session.
The priority for all of our events and this goes for the Park is the safety of your guests. 17 and under will be required to wear a helmet. If you do not have a helmet, the Park rents helmets for $2 for the session. We strongly recommend 18 and over to wear a helmet but it is not required. It is absolutely necessary that everyone fills out a waiver and understands what they (participant and parent (if applicable) are signing. Please review the Park Rules and Regulations.
Seating: Seating in the Park has been reconfigured for social distancing. Please use the tables for seating to rest and or for eating. Do not use the tables to place personal items or to work on your skateboard. You CAN use the benches for personal items and drinks. We want to keep the tables are clean as possible. We have a couple work stations to grip a board or change wheels and trucks.
Every person that skates the Park must have signed an atheltic waiver before skating. Participants 18 and over can sign their own waiver. Participants 17 and under must have the waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian.