Skateboard Parks

SkateboardSkateboarding appeals to youth who are generally not drawn to structured team sports, offering them an opportunity to exercise and socialize.

The Town of Oakville recognizes the need for skateboarding facilities and currently offers three outdoor skateboard parks and one indoor facility that is available on a seasonal basis.

Helmets must be worn. Additional personal protective equipment such as wrist guards, elbow pads and kneepads are recommended. The use of BMX or mountain bikes is prohibited.

Kinoak Indoor Skateboard Park

Please note: Kinoak Indoor Skateboard Park will be closing at 5 p.m.
on June 18 but resumes normal operations the next day. We apologize for any inconvience and thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Open annually from mid-April to the end of August, Kinoak Indoor Skateboard Park offers a 14,500 square-foot park with 18 ramps and six rails, and is still expanding! Kinoak is staff-monitored and offers group skateboard classes as well as private and semi-private lessons in the spring and summer. This facility also offers a snack bar and helmet rentals.

Outdoor skateboard parks

Open 9 a.m. to dusk

Glen Abbey Park/Glen Abbey Community Centre
1415 Third Line, east of Bronte Road, 905-815-5950

The Glen Abbey facility offers a 3,500-square-foot park built on a concrete pad and includes several ramps, grind rails, a planter, grind box and jersey barrier.

Glenashton Park/Iroquois Ridge Community Centre
1051 Glenashton Drive, west of Eighth Line, 905-338-4255

The Glenashton facility offers a 3,500-square-foot park built on a concrete pad and includes several ramps, a mini half pipe, a planter, a kinked grind rail, a grind box and stairs.

Shell Park
3307 Lakeshore Road West east of Burloak Drive


Shell Park will be closed for repairs between April 18 and 29, 2016.  For more information please contact

Shell Park has a 14,000-square-foot park with 26 cement ramps. The park is open year-round, weather permitting. In addition, skateboard classes are offered in spring and fall.