Canada is home to some of the best skateparks. Check out the list below to find parks near you!
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Banff has a large concrete skatepark, with something for everyone. It has a flowy bowl section, and a great variety of street obstacles including rails, ledges, stairs, banks, and more. There is a modular ramp section that is perfect for beginners. The lines and transfers possible in this park are endless. In Banff, there's always a chance that some of the local wildlife might visit, so be sure to give animals space, and never feed them.
Castle Downs is a large concrete skatepark. It has a great mix of obstacles from small flat rails to big hubba ledges so you can work your way up as your learn to grind. The bowl section has hips, spines, an extension, and tons of transfers.
Glendale Skatepark is a large concrete park with a street section, a bowl, and a pool. The street section has rails, ledges, manny pads, banks, and hips. It is suitable for all riders.
Alberta has some amazing skateparks, but Shaw Millennium Park takes the cake. It is a destination park, and at 75,000 square feet, it has been Canada's largest skatepark since 2000. The beginner section has a shallow bowl, small ledges and rails, and a kicker. The intermediate section has a bathtub bowl, and a full variety of ledges, rails, and banks. The expert section has a clover bowl, and the infamous full-pipe.
At 35,000 square feet, Vic West is one of BC's bigger skateparks. It has a good variety of street obstacles, and a 7' deep bowl section.
Whistler Municipal Skatepark was renovated in 2016, and features a large street section, and a unique snake run/bowl. It is great for all riders.
Chilliwack Landing Skatepark was upgraded in 2017 with a new bowl section. It has exciting new features like the rainbow ledge, and volcano. Part of the original street section remains with some rails, manny pads, and ledges.
Crankbrook Skatepark is a small park with a lot of street features, and a little bit of transition.
Fort Garry Skatepark is a small concrete park with mostly street features. It also has a small pump section/snake run.
This plaza has a really unique look with tons of street obstacles, and a couple small transition features. Rails and ledges vary in size, and the layout allows for a lot of creativity.
The Plaza is a 44,000 square foot action sports facility at The Forks in Winnipeg. It features a massive street plaza with features inspired by famous street spots around the world. Not only does it have various ledges, rails, stairs, and banks, but it also skateable art pieces and sculptures. The bowl section features modern pool coping, and has a 13-foot over-vert section, and a 17-foot crater!
St. Vital Skatepark is an older park with features for all levels of riders. It has a variety of obstacles including rails, stairs, manny pads, hubbas, wedge ramps, and pyramids. It also has a variety of quarter pipes, and a 3-foot mini-pipe with a spine.
This park has a variety of banks, ledges, rails, stairs, and quarter pipes, with a small pump section.
This is a small pre-built skatepark with a couple bank ramps, a half pipe, and a fun box
Chester Skatepark has a good sized street section with a great layout. The park has a large bowl with three sections, and lots of variety.
Island Skatepark is an older park with flat ledges, rails, stairs, and banks. It also has a small bowl.
Ashbridges Bay Skatepark is a plaza style park with lots of variety, including ledges, rails, hubbas, stairs, gaps and drops. Some features are replicas of legendary downtown Toronto street spots. It has a huge 11-foot deep kidney bowl with pool coping, and a stair channel.
Beasley is one of the oldest skateparks in North America. It was rejuvenated in 2018, while leaving the park's original defining features in place creating a good mix of old and new.
Ching is a large concrete park with some unique features such as the pretzel rollers and a flying saucer. It has a large shaded section which is perfect for riding on hot summer days. You will find tons of street obstacles, and a little bit of transition.
Iceland Skatepark has a large street section. You will find funboxes, ledges, rails, bank ramps, and more. There is a bowl suitable for intermediate riders.
Norton Park features a large bowl section with an island, surrounded by street features. This park is local to our store, and we host many jams and events there every year.
Shell park is an older park with a mix of street and transition.
Turner is a modern park with benches, ledges, stairs, kickers, rails, and a huge bowl.