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Skateboard Parks

There are several skateboard parks in Regina:

  • Lakeridge outdoor skate park, 5255 Rochdale Blvd 
  • Skate Plaza in Wascana Centre, Wascana Dr & Powerhouse Dr
  • Skate Plaza in Harbour Landing at Norseman Park, Fairchild Road and Beacon Dr. 
  • Imperial Park Skate Pod, 200 Broad St N 

When skateboarding anywhere in the city, please follow the regulations outlined in Traffic Bylaw No. 9900 (under "pedestrian-assisted activities.)

Lakeridge outdoor skate park

Drop-in park for BMX, skateboarding, and inline skating.

Address: Public hours:
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5451 Rochdale Boulevard Not applicable Open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., weather permitting Skate park has push button lighting for night-time use No supervision provided; helmets and pads recommended

Skate Plaza in Wascana Centre (by Saskatchewan Science Centre)

The difference between a skateboard park and a skate plaza is that the former typically has ramps, bowls, half-pipes and pyramids. A skate plaza is designed for “street skating” by incorporating urban terrain elements such as benches, rails and ledges. Through the use of landscaping and art, a skate plaza may resemble a town public square, which allows it to become a multi-use park which is aesthetically pleasing.

Skate Plaza in Harbour Landing (Norseman Park)

The difference between a skateboard park and a skate plaza is that the former typically has ramps, bowls, half-pipes and pyramids. A skate plaza is designed for “street skating” by incorporating urban terrain elements such as benches, rails and ledges. Through the use of landscaping, a skate plaza may resemble a town public square, which allows it to become a multi-use park which is aesthetically pleasing.