If your child or teen is ready to move beyond the sidewalk, pump tracks and skateparks offer a unique challenge! The Edmonton area has lots of great options, so pack up your bike, scooter or skateboard and try one out. You’ll find adventure, activity and fun at one of these great skateparks in Edmonton!

City of Edmonton Skateparks

City of Edmonton skateparks are free to use for skateboarders, BMX riders, push scooters and inline skaters. These parks are staffed from 12 to 8 pm during weekends in June and daily in July and August. Staff are there to encourage safety and develop an inclusive and positive environment for all ages. Just look for the orange t-shirts to find a staff member!

Callingwood North – 17505 76 Ave
Castle Downs – 11520 153 Ave
Clareview – 3804 139 Ave
Dovercourt – 12223 140 St
Fulton – 6503 101 Ave
Grovenor – 14325 104 Ave
Kaskitayo – 1921 111 St
McKernan – 7535 112 St
Mill Woods – 6904 23 Ave
North Glenora – 13535 109A
Ramsay – 15130 43 Ave

Heritage Hills Children’s Pump Track

Hours: 6 am to 11 pm
Address: 235 Heritage Drive, Sherwood Park
Website: www.strathcona.ca

Millenium Place Skatepark

Hours: 6 am to 11 pm
Address: 2000 Premier Way, Sherwood Park
Website: www.strathcona.ca

Parkallen Community BMX Pump Track

Hours: 6 am to 11 pm
Address: 6510 111 St NW, Edmonton
Website: www.parkallen.ca

Strathcona County Bike Skills Park

Hours: 6 am to 11 pm
Address: 300 Broadview Road, Sherwood Park
Website: www.strathcona.ca

Woodlands Skateboard Park

Hours: **closed for the 2020 season – a brand new park is coming!**
Address: 165 Sturgeon Road, St. Albert
Website: www.stalbert.ca

Some of these parks have other amenities like playgrounds, sport courts and bathrooms. Before planning your visit, check the the hours of operation and rules for participating. If you’re going with young kids, it’s best to go early in the morning before the more advanced skaters arrive.

Enjoy summer to the fullest and learn some new skills at
these pump tracks & skateparks in Edmonton!