Hamilton’s Best Skate and Scooter Parks

Summer is the prime time for skateboarding, scootering and BMX biking, and these Hamilton area skateparks provide the perfect location for kids (and adults!) to perfect their next trick!

Waterdown SkatePark

We see skaters of all ages at the Waterdown Memorial Park Skatepark. The paint job is impressive – maybe the best decorated of all the Hamilton skate parks – and there are a variety of ramps and transitions all throughout the huge bowl. Free parking on-site, and washrooms available. See our Park Profile on Waterdown Memorial Park here.

Located at 200 Hamilton Street North, in Waterdown.

waterdown memorial park skate park
Waterdown Memorial Park has a skatepark with bite!

Turner Park

372 Rymal Road East, Hamilton 

Some smooth transitions, an interesting street course with banks and jumps, and a nice tight fun bowl. Perfect for all skill levels, with enough to do for beginners, and lots to challenge the experienced skater. 

Beasley Skate Park 

96 Mary Street, Hamilton 

Right near the heart of downtown is probably the most popular of the Hamilton skate parks, Beasley Park. It’s an open concept park with a number of small obstacles at one end and a big mini ramp at the other. There are various ledges and big wavy banks in the middle. And it has lights at night too! 

coming soon! two new Hamilton skate parks

There are two more skateparks being built in Hamilton. The pandemic has delayed the construction, but we are keeping our eyes on progress!

Valley Park Skate Park

970 Paramount Drive, Stoney Creek 

Valley Skate Park is proposed to be a wheeled sports facility located within Valley Park in Stoney Creek (Ward 9). The project proposes the development of a +/-1,500m2 (16,145 Sq.Ft) concrete facility that will cater to a variety of wheeled sports such as skateboarding, rollerblading, scooters and BMX bikes.

 

Alexander Park Skate Park 

201 Whitney Avenue 

Alexander Skate Park is a proposed +/-1,000m2 (10,764 Sq. Ft.) wheeled sports facility located within Alexander Park in West Hamilton (Ward 1). The concrete facility will be integrated with the park’s existing amenities and will cater to a variety of wheeled sports such as skateboarding, rollerblading, scooters and BMX bikes.

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