Skateparktour.ca has been busy getting the site tuned up and ready for another season in Canada’s skateparks!  Some changes have been made to make the site work more efficiently for you when you look for skateparks, and big plans are in place to grow the number of skateparks on the site. Here are some of the changes made so far:

Map search results for the Okanagan

Improved Search

  • Improved site search box – If you know the name of the park, type it in and the link will appear right away just below the search box
  • Proximity – Click on the target to see what skateparks are ithinthe distance you choose, or type the name of a town and see what skateparks are near by
  • Map – zoomin on an area or click on clusters to explore skateparks in a geographic region
  • Filtered List – narrow the list down by choosing criteria for the type of skatepark you want to find

WebVR Enabled Virtual Tours


Creston Skatepark

Creston BC

You can now have an immersive VR experience directly from a web page without the need for an app. Most of the current VR headsets can display WebVR content. All you need to take advantage of this feature is a compatible headset and a compatiblem browser on your device.  You can find an up-to-date list of browsers at WebVR.info



New Skateparks Added & Coming

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Skatepark Photo sessions being planned

Skateparktour.ca will be taking some road trips this season to take photos for virtual tours of more skateparks. Planned trips currently include:

  • Southern Alberta
    • Lethbridge, SLP and the new skatepark
    • Taber
  • Greater Edmonton
    • Edmonton skateparks
    • As many Edmonton area skateparks as possible
  • BC Lower Mainland
    • Surrey, New West, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Burnaby
    • Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver
  • Vancouver Island
    • Victoria to Nanaimo