If you’re a skate fan or your kid likes anything related to skate including skateboarding, roller skates or BMX and want to see New Yorkers practicing or you want to participate with them then I’ve got you covered 😉
I will show you places where skating is practiced in New York, including Manhattan and the other boroughs: Queens, the Bronx, Staten Island, Brooklyn and even in upstate NYC and states like New Jersey, Connecticut.
It’s really going to be up to you to see whether you just want to watch New Yorkers having fun on the half pipes or if you just want to enjoy yourself with them in top-notch facilities!!!
Otherwise, for amateur photographers, this is an opportunity to snap great pictures with the Hudson as a background or NY’ skyline.
For all skate and photo fans: ENJOY!!! 🙂
Tous les skateparks de New York
├ Manhattan Skateparks
├ Brooklyn Skateparks
├ Queens Skateparks
├ New York State Skateparks
├ Bronx Skateparks
├ Long Island Skateparks
├ New Jersey Skateparks
└ Map with all the Skateparks
There are 6 skateparks in Manhattan.
See all the Manhattan Skateparks
Chelsea Pier 62 Skatepark Hudson River Park
Pier 62 skatepark is the most famous.
Hours of operation: from 8am to dusk
Year opened: 2010
Description: Pier 62 is the biggest concrete Skate Park in New York. It’s a safe bet!!!
Location: 23rd St. at the Hudson River New York, NY 10011
TriBeCa skatepark Pier 25 Street Plaza
Hours of operation : from 8am to dusk
Year opened: November 2010
Description: It’s a bit small but well equipped with ledges, banks, hips and rails.
Location: West St. and North Moore St. (on pier 25), NY 10011
LES Coleman Skatepark / Manhattan Bridge Skatepark
Hours of operation: year-round, weather-permitting
Description: LES Manhattan Bridge” Skate Park is located right under the Manhattan Bridge close to Chinatown. The park offers all sorts of ramps, ledges and curbs. There are also a 3 sides pyramid and few obstacles.
Location: 62 Pike St, New York, NY 10002 (under the Manhattan Bridge, at the corner of Monroe and Pike St.)
12th and A / Open Road Skatepark
Hours of operation: Weekdays 5pm-8pm, Saturdays 12pm-8pm, no skateboarding on Sundays.
Surface: smooth ball court
Description: this skatepark is installed on a basketball court.
Location: E. 12th St. between 1st Ave. and Ave. , New York
Tompkins Square Park
Hours of operation: anytime
Surface: really good surface, but there’s a big crack
Description: it’s not really a skate park but many people come to skate there. It’s a place where you can meet experienced skaters.
Location: The corner of E. 10th St. and Ave. A New York, NY 10009
Riverside Skateboard Park
Hours of operation: closed during winter
Surface: asphalt surface with metal ramps
Description: it is of the city’s oldest skateparks. Features a street course, miniramp and a small scale vert ramp.
Location: 108th Street & Riverside Drive in Riverside Park (lower level)
Have fun in one of the Brooklyn Skateparks!
See all the Brooklyn Skateparks
Owl’s Head Millenium Skatepark
Seba Ave. Skatepark
House of VANS
Thomas Greene Playground
Enjoy the skateparks in Queens
Maloof Money Cup Flushing Meadows Skatepark
Forest Park Skatepark
New Far Rockaway Skatepark
New York State Skateparks
Those skatesparks are quite far away from Manhattan but you can stop by if you’re in the area!
See the New York State Skateparks
Bronx is not a such a touristic borough but you can find some good spots for a skateboarding session! 😉
Long Island Skateparks
Long Island is a very large area, with skateparks alongside the beach!
See the Long Island Skateparks
Northport Veteran’s Skatepark
Mastic Beach Skatepark – Brookhaven, NY
Oil City Skatepark – Oceanside, NY
Oyster Bay Skatepark – Oyster Bay, NY
New Jersey Skateparks :
Don’t hesitate to cross the Hudson River to go skateboarding in New Jersey!
I’ve been searching but I don’t find any… But I’ll keep on searching 😉
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