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Community Mobile Skateparks

Bring out your skateboards or in-line skates or non-motorized scooter to one of our mobile temporary skateparks and skateboard competitions this summer. The City of Calgary, in partnership with Community Associations, host temporary Mobile Skateparks at multiple locations across the city. Qualified staff supervision provided by The City of Calgary. Helmets and signed waivers are required for all participants.

Parent/guardian signatures are required for participants under 18 years. Waivers can be found below or at the Mobile Skatepark location. All ages welcome.

Each park has a combination of roll-ins, fun-boxes with rails, pyramids with rails, grind-boxes, quarter pipes, wall rides and half pipes. 

Please note: There are no bicycles allowed on the Mobile Skateparks.

Community Mobile Skatepark

Mobile Skatepark features

  • one 6 and a half foot tall roll-in
  • one 5 foot tall quarter pipe
  • one fun box (either: up across down rail or across down rail)
  • one pyramid (either: hubba ledge or across down rail)
  • two flat bars
  • one kinked flat bar
  • one 4 foot tall quarter flat bank combo
  • one manual pad
  • one grind box
  • one 4 foot tall x 16 foot wide x 16 long mini ramp (only at full parks)

All ramps are steel framed ramps with a Skatelite surface to help increase the life of the ramps and prevent weather damage.

Skateboarding instructor
Skateboarding instructor

Mobile Skatepark staff

During scheduled program hours, qualified City of Calgary staff supervise participants. Each skatepark staff member holds a valid Standard First Aid certificate and complete a mandatory safety training orientation prior to program placement.

All staff are experienced skateboarders and/or in-line skaters. Participants are expected to respect and adhere to the rules and guidelines established by our skatepark staff.

Rules and safety at Community Mobile Skateparks

The Community Mobile Skatepark program is open to all skateboarders, in-line skaters and non-motorized scooters only. Absolutely no bicycles are allowed within the mobile skate parks.

Community mobile skatepark
Community Mobile Skatepark

Ramps are to be used only during open hours of operation.

  • Helmets are to be used and strapped at all times.
  • Knee pads, wrist pads and elbow pads are recommended for beginners.
  • To skate on the ramps you must have a completed waiver form.
    Child Skateboarding Waiver
    Adult Skateboarding Waiver
  • Skate within your ability and respect others while in the park.
  • Unacceptable behaviour and language will not be tolerated at the skatepark.
  • Report all injuries to skatepark monitors.
  • Any infraction of the above rules can result in loss of all skatepark privileges.

Hosting a Mobile Skatepark

If your community is interested in hosting a mobile park during the summer months, please contact your Community Association.

Skatepark hours

Summer Hours (June 29 - August 26)​ ​
Mon - Fri 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.​
Sat - Sun ​​10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Stat holidays Closed (July 1 and August 3)
Spring Hours (April 25 - June 30) and Fall Hours (September 2 - 26)
Mon - Fri 3 - 7 p.m.
Sat - Sun ​​10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Stat holidays Closed ( May 23 and September 7)

Skatepark locations 

 
​Skate Parks ​Dates ​Locations
​Skate Park #1

​May 4 - May 31

June 2 - June 12

June 14 - June 27

June 29 - July 13

July 15 - July 28

July 30 - Aug 11

Aug 12 - Aug 24

​Murray Copot

Canyon Meadows

Sandstone MacEwan

Valley Ridge

Vivo

North Glenmore Park

Hidden Valley

​Skate Park #2

​April 25 - July 17

July 19 - Aug 23

​Ernie Starr

Vilage Square Leisure Centre

​Skate Park #3

​July 2 - July 28

July 30 - Aug 10

Aug 12 - Aug 25

Aug 27 - Sept 8

Sept 10 - Sept 22

​Braeside

Milican Ogden

Mackezie Lake

Inglewood

Willow Ridge

​Skate Park #4

​June 30 - July 10

July 12 - July 25

July 27 - Aug 9

Aug 11 - Aug 22

​Edgemont

Bowness

Gensis Centre

Applewood