I suppose it is possible that the logo designer was familiar with satanic symbolism and intended to use an inverted star which bears some resemblance to an inverted pentagram, … but is that a problem for us?
I think not. We can draw a loose analogy to St. Paul’s teachings concerning the eating of meat sacrificed to idols (Romans 14:14-23, 1 Corinthians 8, 1 Corinthians 10:25-31). Applying that teaching to the current question, I would say that going to the Rosy Skate Park would not be harmful to a person who puts his faith in God. The logo itself is not evil and cannot release demons, evil spells, or black magic. The only problem would be for those whose faith is weak and who believe that the logo has evil power. If they think you are yielding to the devil or increasing his power by visiting the skate park, it may encourage their interest in satanism.
If Christians in your community are anxious about the symbolism, or if there are satanists who really believe the logo is a symbol of evil, you could either refrain from going to the skate park or tell them all that you put your faith in God and go to the skate park anyway. I would go. Who knows? Maybe I could spread the Gospel there!