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Skateboarding and skateparks

Skateboarding Recreation Program Guide

Similar to bike riding, skateboarding is an "unstructured" recreation activity. There are no rules, no timeframes - it's free play and is critical to the healthy development of our youth. In addition to being an affordable physical activity, skateboarding naturally encourages  confidence and individuality among other benefits. The City offers both mobile and permanent skateparks throughout Calgary to encourage active, healthy and creative living.

Permanent Skateparks

Calgary’s permanent skateparks are open to all wheeled-sports.  This includes in-line skates, bmx, scooters and skateboards. No motorized vehicles permitted.

Shaw Millennium Park
Shaw Millennium Park
Canada’s largest outdoor skatepark, centrally located at 1220 9th Ave. S.W.
- Open 24 hours
CKE Skatespot
CKE Skatespot​
This skatespot  offers flow and street style skate features and is located in Chinook Park, Kelvin Grove and Eagle Ridge (or CKE) at 1015 73rd Ave. .S.W.
- Open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Huntington Hills Skatepark
Huntington Hills Skatepark

This skatepark will appeal to both bowl riders and technical street style users and is located at Centre St. & 64th Ave. N.W. - Open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Southwood Skatepark
Southwood Skatepark

This community skatepark features flow and street style skating and is located at 11 Sackville Dr. S.W. - Open 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.

New Brighton Skatepark

New Brighton Skatepark

Street style elements and bowl encompass  approximately 9950 sq. ft of this neighborhood skatepark. Located at 130th Ave and 52nd St. S.E. – Open 5 a.m. -11 p.m

Community Mobile Skateparks

Each summer, The City of Calgary, in partnership with community associations, host temporary mobile skateparks at locations throughout the city.

Skateboarding lessons and camps and a variety of skateboarding competitions are held every summer at various skateparks.

Calgary’s mobile skatepark program is open to in-line skaters and skateboarders only.

Future skatepark development 

Recognizing the gap in the amenities vs. the amount of wheeled sport participants (skateboard, scooter, inline skating, bmx), City Council approved the Skateboard Amenities Strategy (SAS) in 2011 as the guiding document for future skatepark development.