Banff Skateboard Park
The park features steel framed surfaces covered with Skatelite sheeting and is available for free riding in the spring, summer and fall months, weather permitting during daylight hours. Ongoing m...
Canmore Skateboard Park
Unique obstacles and a super fun bowl make this skatepark a must skate. The clover type bowl is complete with pool coping, hips, 2 square corners, and some vert. Not to be outdone, the street cou...
Shaw Millennium Park
The Shaw Millennium Skatepark has 7 hectares, 75,000 sq. ft. of skateable surface making it Canada’s largest free outdoor skatepark. It consists of a street course with ledges, flatbars, st...
Saugeen Shores Skatepark
The Saugeen Shores skatepark is one of those places that just works. All the features you would expect from a decent skatepark, rails, ledges, good transition, along with stairs and a fairly gnar...
Tons of options to skate at Cannington skatepark. Rails, ledges hips, spine, stairs and a ton of transition give this park a huge variety of features. Something for everyone.
This concrete 6000 ft² skate park has a pool-style bowl that is 9.5 feet at the deep end (with 1 foot of vertical) and 5 feet deep at the shallow end. The park also includes a mini-ramp and amphi...
Nice open bowl layout that allows for limitless speed lines. With 3 interconnecting bowls ranging from 8, 6, 5, 4ft this skatepark can be super fun just carving lines below the lip. But when your...
New Westminster Bowl
Lots of smooth lumps make for unlimited super fast lines. Hips aplenty, some ledges around the edges of the bowls but basically pump it and pop it up. Directions On 6th Street, Moody Park, New We...
4ft – 5ft – 6ft bowl area linked with spines and hips. Also a small street area with a pyramid, bank and rails. Lots to do but can get kinda busy as the whole area is not that big. Di...
Concrete crazyness. Quarter pipes, banks, rails, ledges, something for raw, tech, young and old. More than worth the visit. Directions River Road, west of 2nd Bridge.