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Food Lion SkatePark

50 Cherry Street North

The Food Lion SkatePark is 17,000 square feet of skating excitement located at the corner of Flint and Cherry St. in downtown Asheville across I-240 from the Civic Center. Designed and built by Team Pain, The Food Lion Skatepark is a unique concrete park with three distinctive areas in the beginner bowl, intermediate street course and an advanced vertical bowl. 


Marcella Rouchard

Friday, April 27, 2018
Not good the city no longer owns it and a bunch of homeless live here. not a good place to bring young children


Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017
Me and my friends will usually go here to do stuff on my BMX. It is alot of fun with 4 main bowls, usually at least one of the bowls is always open but sometimes it is more crowded. Alot of fun for a weekday activity.

Shawn Griffith

Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018
Excellent free outdoor skatepark. Unattended.

Callie Annas

Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017
rough area with punk kids hanging out smoking weed. Was looking for a place my kids could skate and I thought since Food Lion had there name on it, it would be ok. Its dirty sketchy and a little unsafe as there is no good way to get from area to area unless you are a pro at skating. needs better access to each area and monitored to keep riff raff out.


Thursday, Dec. 28, 2017
I’ve never been here before. Can you ride bmx bikes here

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