For a complete list, check out skateboarding.com/skateparks.
This skatepark list has been compiled over the past couple months and only represents the newest parks reported to TransWorld SKATEboarding Business. If you would like to submit information about a skatepark to the directory, FAX (760) 722-0653, attn.: Eric Sentianin. Or e-mail to: email@example.com.
BMZ NC Skatepark
This free, asphalt park features a street course with quarterpipes, boxes, rails, a pyramid, and bank ramps. For more information call: (907) 479-0258.
Mesa Reed Skatepark
1631 E. Broadway, Mesa, AZ
It’s located between Stapley and Gilbert Road. For more information call: (480) 644-2351, or check out their Web site: ci.mesa.az.us.
The park has a couple mini ramps (three-, four-foot spine, and six-foot), and a street course with a box, eight-feet vert quarterpipe, a launch, pyramid, funbox, rails, and a six-foot quarterpipe.
1100 Edgewood Dr., Maumelle, AR 72113
This is a free, outdoor park with a vert ramp, mini ramps, a funbox, quarterpipes, pyramid, and a few rails. Pads are not required. For more information call: (501) 851-6990.
Corona Skatepark #1
6th St., Corona City Park, Corona, CA
This is a free, concrete park with a bowl and a street course consisting of rails, a pyramid, and six stairs with a ledge and rail. Helmets are required.
Corona Skatepark #2
Ontario Ave., Fantana Park, Corona, CA
This free, concrete park features a square bowl and a street course with rails, ledges, and a pyramid. Pads are required.
David C. Hayes Y.M.C.A. Skatepark
Pleasant Hill, CA
This park has a six-foot mini ramp with an eight-foot extension and a street course featuring launches, a handrail, pyramid, vert wall, box, and a rail. For more information call: (925) 687-8900.
Grand Prix Skateboard Park
3060 El Centro Rd., Sacramento, CA 95833
This park features a fourteen-by-32-foot 3/4 pipe, twelve-by-48-foot vert ramp, six-by-32-foot mini ramp, and a 5,000-square-foot street course. Safety gear is required as follows: seventeen and under—full pads, eighteen and over—helmet only. Unfortunately for the youngsters, the age limit is eight years old and up. For a listing of sessions, admission fees, or directions, check out: gpskatepark.com, or call: (916) 564-4653.
Big Bear Lake, CA
This skatepark has two mini ramps, a street course, a pro shop, and a vert ramp and bowl will be built soon. The street course has quarterpipes, flat banks, grind boxes and rails, and a pyramid. Pads are required, and a membership fee of 50 dollars saves you money on the daily visit. The park is open seven days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. For more information call: (909) 866-USK8.
Grover Beach Skatepark
1686 Ramona St., Grover Beach, CA 93433
This concrete, free park features a bowl and street course. Pads are required, and a pro shop is located on the premises. For more information call: (805) 709-7020.
Real Ride Skatepark
18700 Lake Perris Dr., Perris, CA 92571
To date this is the largest skatepark in the world at 100,000 square feet. Located on the Lake Perris Fairgrounds, half of the skatepark is located indoors with the other half being outside. They have four street courses, three mini ramps, and a vert ramp. The obstacles are made of wood and cater to everyone from the beginner to the pro. They also have a BMX race track and a jump course. For session times and admission fees call: (909) 943-5744.
South Lake Tahoe Skatepark
Al Tahoe Blvd., Bijou Community Park
South Lake Tahoe has a free, concrete park featuring a half bowl and a street course with hips, rails, and a pyramid. Helmets are required.
Hwy. 267, across from 7-11, Truckee, CA
A free, cement wonderland featuring five bowls interconnected with a street course surrounding the bowls. Obstacles include rails, ledges, a rainbow ledge, and a pyramid.
This park is 14,000 square feet consisting of a halfpipe, a mini ramp, and a street course, all with steel coping and topsheets. There is a separate beginner area with low obstacles. The park is open daily May 7 through September 30, daylight hours only. It’s free, and helmets are required. For more information call: (970) 479-2292.
This indoor park has a bowl, vert ramp, snakerun, mini ramp, and a street course. Pads are required, and there’s a charge of eight dollars. A pro shop is on the premises for all your skate needs.
Satellite Beach, FL
Must wear safety gear, and there’s a three-dollars-a-day charge to skate. For more information call: (321) 777-6458.
Deep South Skatepark
3951 Meldum Ave., Pensacola, FL 32507
It has a main room with a half pyramid, flybox with a handrail and ledge, a funbox, big vert wall, quarterpipes, and a big bank. For the beginners there is a kid’s room, which mirrors the main room but is scaled down, and also has a mini ramp. Pads are optional, but there’s an admission fee. You must sign a waiver, or if you’re under eighteen, your parents must sign for you. For more information call: (850) 453-0811.
7400 S. U.S. Hwy. 441, Ocala, FL 34480
This park features a 12,000-square-foot covered intermediate/advanced street course, 2,500-square-foot covered six-foot kidney bowl, 3,000-square-foot concrete beginner course, and an eleven foot vert ramp (48 feet wide and must be licensed to ride). The concessions and pro shop are open Tuesday through Sunday, and members pay five dollars and nonmembers pay ten dollars per day. For hours of operation and other information call: (352) 369-1859.
Kihei, Maui, HI
Kalama has a four-foot mini ramp with a five-foot extension, ten-foot vert ramp, and a street course is coming soon. The YMCA runs the skatepark so there’s a five-dollar guest fee and no charge to YMCA members.
Jensen Grove Park, Blackfoot, ID
This 18,000-square-foot-concrete park has a bowl area with a pyramid in the middle and a street course consisting of a four-step rail, two funboxes, and quarterpipes all around. They also have a spine ramp.
710 11th St. Rupert, ID
The street course has a pyramid, a curved grind rail, a slanted grind rail, a skinny rail, a funbox, a low rail for beginners, and a single kinked rail. There’s also a wood mini ramp three feet high. The park is cement, it’s free, and no pads are required.
This park has a halfpipe, quarterpipes, grind rails, a small staircase, funbox, a pyramid, and it’s free.
It has a six-and-a-half-foot spine ramp, three launch ramps, and a small street course with lots of space. It’s located at the school off of Washington Street, right next to a new public water park. It’s all outdoors, and there’s no admission fee.
Canal St., Ottawa, IL
The park includes a six-foot mini ramp, a quarterpipe, two kinked rails, a slant rail, three manual boxes, a flybox/pyramid, and a flat bank. The park is free and open from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Guage St., Augusta, ME
The park is located across from the Memorial Bridge. It’s free and has a street course.
Maple St., Brewer, ME
It’s located behind the police station. This park is a 10,000-square-foot concrete street course. The hours of operation are 9 a.m. to dusk.
This park is concrete, free, and has a street course.
Central Lincoln County Y.M.C.A. Skatepark
Lincoln County, ME
This park has a fee to skate, and pads are required.
Turn Point Rd., Old Orchard Beach, ME
Directions: take Exit 5 off main turnpike, make a left before 7Eleven and travel a half mile down the road. It’s located next to the police station. The park is free and is open 24 hours a day. There is a vert ramp and a street course.
The Forum Skatepark
Marginal Way, Portland, ME
This park is free and includes a vert ramp, a mini ramp, and a street course.
Freeport High School Skatepark
The park is free and consists of a mini ramp and a street course.
Gray Public Skatepark
Next to the high school, New Gloucester, ME
The park has a free street course.
Factory Pasture Rd., Kennebunk, ME
This park has a vert ramp, mini ramp, and a street course. It’s free and open from dawn to dusk.
This is a free street course.
Spring Vale Skatepark
Behind Servi Star Hardware, Spring Vale, ME
The park is a free, concrete street course.
Sunday River Skatepark
This park is a free street course and is open from sunrise to sunset.
Allen Ave., Portland, ME
This park is indoors with a pro shop. Pads are required, and a fee is necessary to skate. There is a mini ramp and a street course. Call for more information at: (207) 878-SK89.
Skaters’ Corner Project Skatepark
100 Seneca Ave., Havre de Grace, MD
The park features two four-foot quarterpipes, two grind rails, a street spine, a grind box, a low box, and a pyramid with rails. For more information navigate to their Web site: www.skaterscorner.org.
There is a flybox with a planter, a large flybox with rails coming down opposite ends, double fallouts with a rail, a launch ramp, two mini spines and a street spine, a four-foot quarterpipe, and a single fallout, bench, and a high wooden funbox. It’s free, concrete, and pads aren’t mandatory.
Middlesex St. Lowell, MA
The park includes a mini ramp and a street course. It’s free, concrete, and open from 8:30 a.m. to sunset. For more information call: (978) 970-4174.
Middlesex St., Lowell, MA
The park includes a vert ramp, mini ramp, and a street course. It’s free, concrete, and open from 8:30 a.m. to sunset. For more information call: (978) 970-4174.
The park is located behind Bartlet School and includes a vert ramp, mini ramp, and a street course. It’s free, concrete, and open from 8:30 a.m. to sunset. For more information call: (978) 970-4174.
This park has a mini ramp. It’s free, concrete, and pads aren’t mandatory. It’s on the righthand side as you approach Salisbury Beach on Route 1A.
The park is a free, outdoor park with a street course consisting of a low box, kicker ramp, a giant funbox with two round rails, and a halfpipe with a fallout ramp.
The 15,000-square-foot skatepark is free and consists of a mini ramp and a street course. People seeking more information can contact Direct Skate Shop at: (517) 354-7758.
Ravoux Rd., Chaska, MN
The park consists of a funbox with a sub-box going down the middle, kinking down one side with round and square coping, a mini funbox with a rail across it, a kinked rail, a grind box, quarter pipes, and wedges. It’s free, and a helmet is required.
The skatepark is located at the intersection of Excelsior Blvd. and Hwy. 169, south of the railroad tracks and west of Washington Avenue. It boasts 18,000 square feet of fenced skating area with ramps, rails, and kickers. This is one of the largest parks in the Twin Cities area. Must be at least ten years old and a helmet is a must. For more information call: (952) 939-1350, check out the Web site for additional info: hopkinsmn.com/news/The%20OverPass.asp.
Park View St., Butler, MO 64730
Butler has a free skatepark consisting of a street course with banks, a funbox, quarterpipes, grind rails, and a box assembled out of metal. Helmets are required.
3001 Locust, St. Louis, MO 63103-1328
Full pads are required. If you don’t have any, they’ll be available for rent or purchase. Check out their Web site for entrance fees and directions: Rampriders.net, or call: (314) 533-6648.
529 N. 78th Street, Omaha, NE 68114
Next door to the Omaha public skatepark there is a mini ramp five and a half feet tall and 24 feet wide with a spine and a seven-foot extension. Helmet and fee required to skate. For more information call: (402) 933-8010.
Located in Idylwild Park just off First Street is a free, cement skatepark featuring an eight-foot-deep bowl, a street course with hips, and a horseshoe quarterpipe. No pads are required, and it’s lit until midnight.
This park is a free street course.
Landing Rd., Hampton, NH
This park includes a mini ramp and a street course. It’s free, concrete, and open from 9:00 a.m. to dusk. It’s located in front of Seacoast United Soccer facility.
Henry Law Skatepark
River St., Dover, NH
This park includes a mini ramp and a street course. It’s free, concrete, and open from 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Freedom Park Skatepark
86 Union, Medford, NJ 08055
This park is 30,000 square feet, comprised of wood and cement structures. It has a street course and a mini ramp. Pads are required as follows: under fourteen years old, all pads; fourteen and up, helmet only. For information concerning admission fees and directions call New Concept Skate Shop: (609) 953-0404.
This is a free street course featuring quarterpipes, a funbox, and rails. They also have a mini ramp. The park is outdoors free, and pads are required.
1001 Ikea Dr., Elizabeth, NJ 07201
Rex Park is a 8,000-square-foot indoor park. Pads are required, and there’s a membership and/or admission fee. They have a twelve-foot vert ramp, and the street course consists of quarterpipes, hips, a pyramid, ledges, rails, banks, kickers, and benches. For more information call: 1-877-REX-PLEX.
South Cairo, NY
This park is free, a helmet is required, and it’s outdoors. The street course is made up of wood structures and consists of two grind boxes, two rails, a quarterpipe, a couple banks, and a launch ramp.
Long Island, NY
Unfortunately, if you’re not an East Hampton town resident, sessions are ten dollars a day, and town residents skate for free. Full pads are required. This park has a kidney pool with a five-foot shallow end and a nine-foot deep end with nine inches of vert and pool coping around the perimeter. There is a small street course consisting of banks, quarterpipes, and a funbox. Check out skatespots.com for more info.
This park has a vert ramp and a huge street course. It’s free to skate, and pads are required.
Village Skatepark consists of wood structures on asphalt. There’s a fee to skate, and pads are required. The street course has banks, quarterpipes, a funbo
x, spine, and a grind box.
Edge Of The World Outfitters
Hwy. 184, Banner Oak, NC 28604
Edge Of The World has a mini ramp that requires pads and costs money. They also have a street course that’s free to skate. For more information call: (828) 898-9550.
The park is a free street course.
College and Main St., Bexley, OH
The skatepark is portable and is only open Monday through Friday 4:00 p.m. to dusk, Saturday 10:00 a.m. to dusk, and Sunday noon to dusk. Pads are not required. It’s unsupervised and free. For more info call the Bexley Recreation office: (614) 258-5755.
3630 Tabs Drive, Uniontown, OH 44685
This is a 12,000-square-foot, indoor skatepark with a mini ramp, street course, and a pro shop. Pads are required, and a membership and/or fee is necessary to skate. For more information navigate to their Web site: joesskatepark.com, or call (330) 899-0632.
Yellow Springs Skatepark
Yellow Springs, OH
Located next to the Yellow Springs Police Station, this park features cement ground with skatelite ramps. It’s open from dawn until dusk. The park, which is free and pads aren’t required to skate, consists of a four-foot mini ramp and a street course with a pyramid, two boxes, two rails, a bank, three quarterpipes, waxed parking blocks, and two launch ramps.
This wooden park has a vert ramp, mini ramps, and a street course, which consists of banks, quarterpipes, pyramids, and ledges. From I-5, take Highway 26 (AKA Sunset) westbound to the Cornell/Bethany Road exit. Go south, over Hwy. 26, and left again at the t-junction. The third light is 158th Avenue, go south (right), the park is on the left.
Chehalem Skate Park
1201 Blaine St., Newberg, Oregon
This 28,000-square-foot skatepark features plenty of transitions: quarterpipes, rollers, and hips. They also have plenty to grind including rails and grind boxes. For more information call: (503) 538-3993. For pictures and directions check out: skateoregon.com.
Philomath City Skatepark
Near High School, Philomath, OR
This park is asphalt and concrete. They have a street course, a mini ramp, and a vert ramp. All free to skate.
This is a free, concrete park with bowls and a street course. Pads are not required, and bikes are not allowed. Directions: from I-5 go west on Garden Valley and turn left at the second stop light. Go past Fred Myers, it’s directly left of the duck pond.
8515 SW Tualatin Road, Tualatin, Oregon (just outside Portland)
Tualatin has a free, concrete bowl. Pads are required. For more information contact the Tualatin Parks and Recreation Department at: (503) 692-2000.
TJ’s Skate Shanty
2426 N. Branch Ave., Altoona, PA
Phone: (814) 942-0471 This a 5,000-square-foot indoor skatepark with two mini ramps and a street course consisting of quarterpipes, a funbox, a spine ramp, low box, launch ramps, and plenty of rails to grind. Hours are 2:00 to 10:00 p.m., seven days a week. Admission is four dollars for all day.
Caribbean Street Skatepark
Caribbean St., Flour Bluff, Texas
It’s indoor, with a street course and a mini ramp. It’s open 6:00 to10:00 p.m., and it costs five dollars to get in. It’s actually at the very end, on a boatyard, right by the water.
Northeast Y.M.C.A. Skatepark
5509 Will Ruth Rd., El Paso, TX 79924
This skatepark has a six-foot mini ramp, a twelve-foot vert ramp, and a street course on an asphalt surface with hips, quarterpipes, a flybox, stairs, rails, and a grind box. Admission is one to three dollars depending on your residency. Call Northeast for hours of operation and other information: (915) 755-5685.
4601 West Ox Rd., Fairfax, VA 22030
Skate Night is Sunday nights only from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. This skatepark includes a quarterpipe, a grind box, a handrail, a manual box, a launch ramp, and other objects. For more information call: (703) 631-1112.
This concrete 8,000-square-foot-outdoor park features three bowls and a snake run.
Gig Harbor Skatepark
Gig Harbor, WA
This 15,000-square-foot park includes a banked street area, two bowls connected by a snakerun, and a small halfpipe.
The park is downtown by the Rec center and has a small street-style area and a wide channel run into a half bowl. Quick six-foot-radius transitions to vert.
This park features three bowls interconnected, each one deeper than the next. The original park in the city’s center has a large bowl and a banked street-style area.
Sea Tac Skatepark
Sea Tac, WA
188th South, right by the Seattle/Tacoma Airport. It has a modest size street-style area with banks and quarterpipes and lights for night skating.
Bunker Hill Skatepark
Bunker Hill, WV
This park features mini ramps with a spine and a street course with a launch box, kicker ramps, and grind rails and boxes. An admission fee of three dollars is required to skate.
Located in the Medford City Park is a 10,000-square-foot asphalt skatepark. There’s a four and a half-foot wall, a mini box, four-foot spine, two four-foot quarterpipes, a pyramid, a funbox, high and low rails, two kickers, a lower funbox, a five-foot roll-in/quarterpipe, a biker kicker ramp, a bank with three rails, two wedges, and a twelve-foot halfpipe is in the making. No safety gear is required, it’s outside, and free. Directions: take Hwy. 13 north to Medford, west on Hwy. 64 to Luepke Way, go north two blocks to Medford Park.
Main St., Airdrie, Alberta, Canada
This park is asphalt and concrete with a vert ramp, a halfpipe, quaterpipes, a funbox, spine, and a fence. A fee is required, and an optional season pass is also available.
Comox, B.C. on Vancouver Island behind the Recreation Centre across from the Comox Valley Air Base. It has a large
rectangular vert concrete bowl beside a L-shaped mini bowl with a wedge in one end and ledges going down into it on the other side. In the parking lot is a bank with barriers at the top and other smaller barriers on the flat area of the parking lot. The park is free, and no pads are required.
Fort Nelson Skatepark
Fort Nelson, B.C., Canada
It’s an average-sized park with a good six-stair with a big handrail. It’s free to skate, and no safety gear is required. It’s all cement with plenty of rails.
Quadra Island Skatepark
Quathiaski Cove, B.C. Canada
To get here you take a ferry from Campbell River, and it’s at the Quadra Island Community Center. The park is concrete, free, and includes a mini ramp and a street course.
Squamish, British Columbia
This skatepark is free with concrete bowls and a small street course. It’s located beside the parking lot of the Brennan Park Leisure Centre.
Williams Lake Skatepark
Williams Lake, B.C., Canada
The park is free, concrete, and open 24 hours a day. It’s located beside the Cariboo Memorial Complex in Boitanio Park. This park has banks, quarterpipes, and a pyramid.
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada
Asphalt, concrete, free, street course, and a vert ramp.
Barrie Skateboard Park
Barrie, Ontario, Canada
It’s a free, concrete park with a half bowl.
Lions Park, Dunnv
ille, Ontario, Canada
To find it you’ll need a map—look north of Lake Erie. This free, asphalt park features a street course.
Getaway Sk8 Board Park
808 2nd Ave. East, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada N4K 2H4
The 30,000-square-foot harbour front park features lights, a fully supervised staff trained in first aid and CPR, a beginner’s area, a pyramid, banks, a four-foot-high by sixteen-foot-wide mini ramp, seven and a half-, six- and four-foot quarterpipes, shaded shelter, a funbox, stairs, ledges, launches, and rails. Admission is free. For more information call: (519) 376-1440.
Mount Forest Skatepark
The Mount Forest Skatepark is located at Campbel DeVore Park on Cork St. in Mount Forest, Ontario, Canada. The park is about 9,000 square feet of smooth concrete. They have a four-foot mini ramp with a spine on one side as well as a hip and bank ramp attached. The street course consists of an eight-foot-high quarterpipe, a five-foot quarterpipe with a channel, a flybox, a pyramid grind box, and several rails and other miscellaneous obstacles. Helmets are mandatory, and admission is one dollar per session. Hours of operation: 12:00–4:00 p.m. and 6:00–9:00 p.m. daily.
Prudhommes West 49 Skatepark
Victoria Avenue, Vineland, Ontario, Canada
Exit north of QEW. This concrete park requires a helmet and some money to skate. It features a street course with vert quarterpipes, among other obstacles. The pro shop will take care of all your skating needs.
1320 Young St., Walkerton, Ontario, Canada
The park is located behind WDSS High School. It’s outdoor, free, and a mix of concrete with wooden ramps. It has a street course and a mini ramp.