Skateparktour.ca wishes a very happy and healthy new year to everyone who enjoys skateparks in 2017! Whether you ride a scooter, a bike, or a skateboard, we hope you have fun and your skills progress every time you go to a skatepark! Skateparktour.ca hopes to see more and more skateparks being built all over Canada, and hopefully this is the year that we leave behind any animosity to those who ride something other that what we do. The scene in every skatepark should be one of mutual respect, sharing, and having fun doing something we enjoy.
It has been a few years since the Skateparktour.ca look, feel, and content organization was revised, and a major redesign project is planned for 2017. The redesigned site will work better on mobile devices, and will be more useful to help you find and navigate to skateparks using your phone or tablet, and we hope to have it ready to launch early in this skatepark season.
Skateparktour.ca has over 50 more skateparks on the list to add when we can get to each park to take photos. We have a small network of contributors in 3 provinces who provide photos and park information, helping grow Skateparktour.ca and keep the directory information up-to-date. There are currently 248 skateparks on Skateparktour.ca, and each has been visited in person to provide photos and current information about the park. This makes Skateparktour.ca Canada's largest and most reliable skatepark directory, helping users find skateparks to ride wherever they live or travel
Have a great year in skateparks across Canada, and enjoy skateboarding, BMX, Mountain biking, scootering, inline skating, or wheelchair freestyle!
This Christmas when you are gift shopping for family and friends, please remember to shop your local core skate, bike, and scooter shops and your local indoor skatepark (if you are lucky enough to have one in your town)! When we shop local, the profit generated from our purchase goes to local business owners and their families, not to huge multinational corporations or online retailers headquartered far away and often in a foreign country.
Local shops and parks are the ones who organize comps, demos, and video premieres. They are the ones that will be there to support efforts to get a new skatepark in your community. The big mall stores rarely (if ever) invest time, effort, or money to build the local scene, they just move their profits to head office.
Skateparktour.ca really appreciates the support of several excellent core shops over the past year, and two outstanding Canadian skatepark design and construction companies. We want to recognize and thank these businesses for their help in keeping Skateparktour.ca alive and growing!
Old Balls Skateboard Co. in association with CJ's Skatepark present Old Man Jam 2, a vert skateboarding extravaganza. Dust off your Flyaway's and Fat Boy's and snap on your copers, it's time to get radical.
Join us for an afternoon skate jam at CJ's with two age friendly divisions | 30-39 & 40 and over. Tonnes of great prizes from some amazing sponsors!
Competitor pricing coming soon - Free admission to spectators!
A portion of the proceeds to support CJ's Special Needs Foundation
For more information or to become a sponsor email Old Balls Skateboard Co.
Elimination Competition will be Edmonton's first large scale Scooter Competition held at Ride N Play with a Title Sponsor of Wheelz Scooter Shop in St. Albert. We are excited to give scooter riders the competition they deserve and want!
Register before 10AM November 20th!
Participants must check in at the sign in booth on arrival to confirm they are still competing and can be assigned to the correct category.
Ride N' Play is shut down for BMX and Skate for November 20th..
Since Skateparktour.ca went live in August of 2006, it has helped people locate and navigate to skateparks near where they live and travel. Skateparktour.ca also allows skatepark users to check out parks before making the trip to the park, to make sure it s one that they will enjoy riding. Skateparktour.ca is the perfect tool for planning your own skatepark tour, like the one taken buy the Miler family during the summer of 2016. I don't know if the Millers used Skateparktour.ca to plan their trip or not, but they could have, because all of the 14 parks they visited are in the Skateparktour directory!
(in order of appearance)
Dunbat Skatepark: 707 Dundas St W, Toronto ON