Skateboard Parks in the GTA

There are plenty of options for skaters in the Greater Toronto Area looking for a dedicated space to practise their moves. If your child aspires to be the next Tony Hawk, check out these skateboard parks!

The city of Ajax offers 3 Skateboard Parks at the Ajax Community Centre, McLean Community Centre, and Audley Recreation Centre. These are unsupervised facilities so kids skate at their own risk. The parks are open daily until dusk, weather permitting. These are shared-use facilities. Helmets and safety gear is strongly recommended.
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Aurora features a Flipside Skateboard Park which is a mobile park designed for drop-in use by skateboarders, in-line skaters, BMX bikers and scooters. Fleury Park and Lambert Willson Park are two current sites of the Flipside Skateboard Park. One other location, Hickson Park, is designed to facilitate permanent skateboard and BMX activities.
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Skateboard Parks in Brampton are located at 5 locations: Chinguacousy Park, Memorial Arena,  South Fletcher's Sportsplex, Jim Archdekin Recreation Centre, and Cassie Campbell Community Centre.
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Burlington features 2 skateboard parks: Nelson Skatepark (at Nelson Park) and Norton Skatepark (at Norton Community Park). Skateparks are amenities within existing parks and are closed from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.
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Markham's outdoor skate park is located at the Centennial Community Centre. The Markham Skate Park is a 15,000 square foot hotspot for local youth. Equipped with fun boxes, stairs, flat banks, ledges, walls, and rails, the park's defining feature remains its 6-foot bowl.
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There are 4 skateboard parks in Mississauga. The elements of Mississauga's Multi Use Ramp Park features many of the favoured street spots around the city along with other park elements such as transitions, banks, 1/4 pipes, funboxes, varied ledges, varied rails, gaps and a bowl!
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The Recreation Youth Centre at 56 Charles Street features a unique 10,000 sq. ft. indoor skateboard park that provides classes and clinics for all levels of abilities, special events and special times for younger skaters and bladers.
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Oakville features 1 indoor skateboard park: Kinoak Indoor Skateboard Park offers a 14,500 square-foot park with 18 ramps and six rails, and is still expanding! There are also 3 outdoor skateboard parks that are open from 9 a.m. to dusk. In addition, the YMCA moveable skateboard park brings a moveable park to various locations for Oakville youth to skate in a safe and controlled environment. See website for schedule and locations.
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Ride the rails and catch some air from the backside at 3 skateboard / scooter parks in Oshawa.
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The Richmond Hill Skate Park is located at Richmond Green Park. Ideal for all Levels of skaters, whether you are a beginner, intermediate or expert.
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There are 13 skatepark sites available throughout the city, at which the City of Toronto aims to provide a safe, comfortable and friendly environment for all users.
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Vaughan features 8 skateboard parks. The outdoor, concrete street-style skateboard parks consist of components such as ledges, rails, banks, up-gaps, steps, boxes, and a ¼ pipe. Features may include steps, hubba ledges, wedge ramps, up-ledges and boxes, among others.
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The Town has three skateboard parks for boarders, rollerbladers, and bikers. The parks can be used year round, depending on the weather, by all ages during regular park hours. There is no charge to use any of the skateboard parks.
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