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

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From The Skateparktour YouTube Channel!

Here is a selection from the Skateparktour.ca YouTube channelVisit the channel to check out
all of the skatepark related videos that Skateeparktour.ca has made!

Skatepark Etiquette Reminders!

This video from the 100% SKate Club is a great reminder of the skatepark manners that help make skateparks great places to have fun riding.

Skateparktour.ca Search Tips:

Here are some tips on how to use Skateparktour.ca to find skateparks where you live and travel!

Skateparktour.ca News

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

From The Oldest To The Newest, 32 Skatepark Virtual Tours Coming!

Seylynn skatepark

Seylynn Skatepark, Canada’s oldest skatepark. Virtual tour coming soon!

On a recent trip to BC, I visited 32 skateparks and took spherical virtual tour photos so that in time, you will be able to explore more Canadian skateparks with virtual tours!  Since 2006, Skateparktour.ca has provided skatepark users with opportunties to find and check out skateparks where they live and travel, and this recent trip will help skateparktour.ca keep current with the most popular skateparks in bC.

As this post is written, there are 195 Canadian skateparks on Skateparktour.ca, 88 of which are in BC. This trip will see 15 BC skateparks added and 16 parks upgraded to virtual tours from slideshows. The new additions include the recently opened Victoria Park in Coquitlam and Queens Park in New Westminster, and Canada’s oldest skatepark, Seylynn.

It will take some time to create and post all 32 virtual tours because skateparktour.ca is a one person operation, but they should all be in place before summer. that is the hope anyway. Each new addition will be announced on Facebook and Instagram, so be sure to Like / Follow Skateparktour.ca so you will be kept up to date!

List of skatepark virtual tours in development

Spherical virtual tour photos taken May 2019

N = Skatepark new to Skateparktour.ca – virtual tour in production
N** = Skatepark has been expanded or replaced – new virtual tour in production

  1. Bear Creek
  2. Bonsor

    Queens Park Skatepark New Westminster

    The amazing Queens Park flow bowl!

  3. Enderby N
  4. Fleetwood
  5. Fraser Heights
  6. Golden
  7. Hope N
  8. Kamloops
  9. Kensington
  10. Keremeos
  11. Merritt
  12. Mission N (coming in 2020)
  13. Mt. Pleasant
  14. Peachland
  15. Penticton Youthpark
  16. Penticton (Old skatepark) N
  17. Pitt Meadows
  18. Princeton N
  19. Queens Park N
  20. Railside N
  21. Revelstoke N**
  22. Rocky Mountain House (AB) N
  23. Salmon Arm
  24. Seylynn
  25. Summerland N
  26. Towne Centre N
  27. UBC
  28. Victoria Park N
  29. West 49 Indoor N
  30. Westbank N
  31. Westbank First Nation N
  32. Winfield / Lake Country N**