Oxford Skate Park
The park is located on the TRI Community Center Grounds and is free and open to the public, and is locked at night. It is unsupervised, and “skate at your own risk”, however, we will monitor to enforce the same rules which apply in all our facilities such as; no graffiti, profanity, drugs, or alcohol. Be certain to read the rules posted at the entry, but remember these important basics: Protective gear is highly recommended (helmets, knee, wrist, and elbow pads). Know your abilities and skate within them. The park was designed for skateboards and roller blades.
Like going here and watching people skate. I can't skate good but enjoy watching people skate.
Not a hangout spot, but if you skateboard this is the best park in the state
Impressive structures for skating, but absolutely not a place for beginners to develop their skills, as the build is too difficult to ride for relative newbies to the sport.