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Omokoroa Skate Path

Public Skatepark
  • Skate Path which flows to a quarter pipe after throwing riders down a figure 8 path featuring a whopping taco corner, pump bumps, flow section, flyout ramp, banked ledges rails and manual/grind b...

Ngongotaha Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Pretty sweet little skatepark for the sweet little town of Ngongotaha Village in Rotorua New Zealand.

Thames Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Sweet little skatepark, much better than the old one. Directions Main Road.

Waihi Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Small funbox and ledge added to the main feature of the old bowl. I’m all about the bowl, scares the shit outta me everytime. Directions While driving along the main road through town, take...

Whangamata Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Compact but well thought out addition to the old bowl. Everything skates pretty well and a good variety of features will keep you happy on those flat days. Directions Martyn Road, off Heatheringt...

Whitianga Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • A few random wooden structures added to the permanent concrete features. Nothing really stands out but skaters are meant to be creative, right? Directions Tucked in behind the shops like they are...

Mount Maunganui Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • AKA Bayfair Skatepark, or Arataki Skatepark. Now a completely new park with a bowl and street course. Directions It’s on Gervin Road in Arataki park.

Mount Maunganui Vert Ramp

Public Skatepark
  • Great vert ramp, nice and wide, good trannies, channel and its well maintained by the council. What more could you ask for. Directions Its in Blake park, Mt Maunganui Road.

Papamoa Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Pretty basic park but they still managed to screw up parts of it. Lots of wide open space though. Directions It’s in Gordon Spratt Reserve on Parton Road.

Rotorua Skatepark

Public Skatepark
  • Plenty of features here to keep you busy but beware the shiny slippery silver surfaces. Directions Near the town center, corner of Amohau Road and Ranolf Street.