Once this was a very old, surf style, piece of crumbling concrete, that was still pretty fun in it’s own way. Not anymore, Pukarua Bay skatepark now has stairs and a handrail, plus enough banks, quarter-pipes and vert to keep everyone happy. The bowl is mean, kinda a small NZ tribute to Marseille skatepark. Pity […]
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 maintenance and upgrades are done to the Banff Skatepark. Helmets are required and safety equipment is strongly recommended. http://banff.ca/skateboardpark
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. Photo used with permission, for more photos and information please visit Cannington Skatepark on the Ontario Skateparks website.
A skatepark disguised as a huge public park. Large open areas with perfect ledges, stairs and other features you would wish to find in any city street. Combine that with brick transitions to planter boxes and garden area, wedges and flat banks and you have something stright outta Skate 3! Go Philadelphia!