Wheeled-sports, like bike riding and skateboarding, are ‘unstructured’ recreation activities that are affordable, accessible and naturally encourage free play and physical activity. Our city has both mobile and permanent skateparks to encourage active, healthy and creative living.
We offer skateboarding lessons and camps as well as skateboarding competitions throughout the summer at various locations.
Our permanent skateparks are open to a variety of wheeled-sports. This includes sports that use in-line skates, bmx, scooters and skateboards. Vehicles with motors are not permitted.
||Shaw Millennium Park|
Canada's largest outdoor skatepark, centrally located at 1220 9th Ave. S.W.
- Open 24 hours
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.
Primarily a street-style skatespot located at 2223 146th Ave. S.E. - Open 5 am -11 pm
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.
This is a flow-style skatespot with some transition elements. 50 Midpark Rise S.E. - Open 5 am -11 pm
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
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.
Community mobile skateparks
Each summer we partner with community associations to host temporary mobile skateparks throughout the city. Our mobile skateparks are open to in-line skaters and skateboarders only.
Future skatepark development
In 2017, we will be building two more skateparks (Bowness and a N.E. site) as part of phase one of the skateboard strategy implementation. Learn more about skatepark development.