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Canadian Skatepark Directory


Skateparktour.ca is a Canadian Skatepark directory focused on BC, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. If you’re looking for a skatepark in Eastern Canadia, check out Spott Dreams of Skateparks!

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Canadian Skateparks!


Skateparktour.ca is a Canadian Skatepark directory focused on BC, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. If you’re looking for a skatepark in Eastern Canadia, check out Spott Dreams of Skateparks!

Find a skatepark using the search box, map, or the filtered list below!

NEW VIDEO: Localx Skatepark Tour – Blackfalds Skatepark!

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Expanded House of Wheels 2.0 Indoor Skatepark in Edmonton is now open!

I made it to Edmonton this past weekend for the opening day of the newly expanded House of Wheels 2.0. This video tells the story of what I saw and was able to video.

House of Wheels 2.0 tour page on Skateparktour.ca



HOW 2.0 is located across the parking lot from the old skatepark at 8834 48 Ave. NW. The entrance is toward the north end of the building, and there is a ramp to make it easier to get your bike,  wheelchair, or mini-shredder’s stroller up to the park level.

There is now a large gathering area with tables and chairs where parents can hang out, or take a break between sessions on the ramps.


New to HOW 2.0 is a Little Shredders area, with some small features for the real little ones go gain skill and confidence on before riding the main park.

Also new is the pump track and flow jump area. The two areas run parallel to each other with the pump track on the inside, and the flow jumps on the outside. Both have high banked corners to help riders keep their speed up.

The box jump line is not open yet because the staff couldn’t get them ready for opening day. When I arrived Saturday morning, about an hour before opening, workers were cutting wood and screwing them into place on the pump track feature. Some had worked through the night to get the park ready to open.

I will return to House of Wheels in a few weeks to take photos for a new virtual tour, once everything is in place and working properly. Until then, you can get an idea of what to expect from the slideshow and this video (which is also on the HOW page).

Edmonton is so lucky to have House of Wheels! The last two skateparks in the area didn’t survive 2 years and here is HOW expanding and growing! It may not have every feature you want, but House of Wheels offers lots of variety, and they have plans to add even more features over time. If you’re in Edmonton, pick up a pass or punch card and enjoy a session from time to time to ensure the park continues to thrive!

First Episode Of New Skatepark Tour Video Series Published

For years now, Skateparktour.ca has included video edits shot at individual skateparks alont with photos or a virtual tour as part of the information provided about skateparks. In the past few years, fewer and fewer people have been making these “edits”, so Skateparktour.ca is starting to make our own.

The first video in the “LocalzSKatepark Tour”  video Series from the Glendale Skatepark in Red Deer AB has been published and more are on the horizon. The Glendale video features (Skateparktour.ca sponsor) Industry Skate & Snow team members Riley & Mitchell Gladue sharing their thoughts about Red Deer’s outstanding primary skatepark.

The name of the series, “Localz Skatepark Tour” intend to counter the “Locals Only” ethic that was once more common in skateparks, and promote skateparks as great places for people sho skate, bike, scooter, inline, unicycle, or WCMX to gather and have fun. Today’s skateparks are welcoming and inclusive, and this video series will provide another way to showcase what your skatepark has to offer.

Do you want to help make a Localz Skatepark Tour video for your local skatepark? Contact Skateparktour.ca to discuss how we could make it happen!

Repairs and new addition coming to Millennium Place Skatepark in Sherwood Park

The Millennium Place skatepark in Sherwood Park was builitin 2000 and has been showing its age for a while now. Strathcona County undertook some citizen engagement then came up with a plan to repair the cracks and coping issues, and to add a bowl and seating ledge. Construction should be done in jUly, and parts of the park that have been repaired will be opened when safe to do so. For details, click here.

Millennium place repair and expansion plans