The 10 Best Skate Parks in Colorado!
Just like the culture in Colorado, the skating population in the state is active and truly embraces the outdoors. Whether you are seeking deep bowls or are more a street-style skater looking for rails and boxes, the skate parks on this list are sure to please any and all of varying skill levels and interests. Here are the 10 best skate parks in the state.
The Denver Skate Park is undoubtedly the largest skate park in the state of Colorado. With 60,000 square-feet of terrain, skaters of all levels can find something to enjoy at this Denver skate haven. Enjoy the 10-foot kidney bowl, or more shallow bowls, or hit up the street course complete with rails, curbs and banks.
Located in Littleton near Roxborough Statepark, this quaint skate park has some of the best bowls in the state. The Roman-style deep bowl and the combo bowl can’t be missed. However, the street course is also impressive, boasting a nice flow along with death boxes and topnotch concrete.
Known as one of the oldest skate parks in the state, the Boulder Skate Park is a local favorite in Boulder. Check out the park’s street course that has rails and curbs that would make any skater happy. In addition, the free-flowing space wouldn’t be complete without the clover bowl.
At 20,000 square feet, the Aurora Wheel Park is one of the most skated places in Aurora. Skaters can enjoy rails, boxes, a 10-foot bowl and other various obstacles. However, this park doesn’t only cater to skaters but also to BMXers as there is a dirt track and freestyle area here too.
Located in Commerce City, the Pioneer Park is 20,000 square feet of skating paradise. The park’s best feature by far is its clover bowl that is attached to a 20-foot-tall capsule. For more street-style skaters, there are stairs, rails and ledges to enjoy.
As the second largest skate park in Colorado, the Memorial Skatepark in Colorado Springs is sure to please with 40,000 square feet of impressive skate space. The park features bowls, a street course and even a pavilion for events and spectators.
This park at 10,000 square feet might not seem like a lot, but it boasts everything a skater needs. With ramps, rails and bowls, the deepest at 8.5 feet, intermediate skaters will thrive here. This park is definitely one of the least crowded on the list, making for a chill experience at this Denver skate destination.
Woodward Skatepark in Denver is the only indoor skate park on this list. With a more controlled environment, skaters can enjoy 30,000 feet of skate space even when the weather in Colorado turns cold and snowy. The park boasts a 13-foot tall vertical, making it perfect for advanced riders. Beginners and intermediate skaters will still find places to shred at Woodward.
Located in the mountains of Colorado in Aspen, the Rio Grande Skatepark was built in 2000. The park has various terrain from shallow to deep ends, making it perfect for skaters of all skill levels. The clover bowl is a popular attraction, but the flow of the entire park is also great for street skaters as well.
The Green Valley Ranch Skatepark in Denver is a perfect skate haven for riders of all skill levels. Find bowls, ramps, stairs, curbs and rails to shred the day away. The fan favorite at this skate park is the mini ramp, which is the perfect width to grind and slide.