With 14 outdoor and two indoor skateparks, plus four bike parks and one challenging shared-use natural trail to choose from, there are a lot of adventures in the city for skateboarders and bike riders of all levels!

Ashbridges Bay Skatepark (All skill levels)

1420 Lake Shore Blvd E, along the beach boardwalk on the south side of Lakeshore Blvd. E.

washroom icon Woodbine Bathing Station

Ashbridges Bay skatepark is Toronto’s largest skatepark. It is a plaza-style street skatepark, with ledges, banks, stairs, rails, hubbas, gaps, and granite-capped ledges. The skatepark also has an 11’ deep kidney bowl with pool coping and a stair channel.


Cummer Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

6000 Leslie St.

washroom icon Available at Cummer Park Community Centre during operating hours

Concrete community skatepark with banks, ledges, rails, a pyramid and small bowl


Dufferin Grove Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

875 Dufferin Park Ave., (northwest corner of Dufferin Grove Park)

washroom icon Available at adjacent Dufferin Grove Park Clubhouse during operating hours

Small community skatepark on smooth concrete ground featuring wooden elements that are redesigned and rebuilt annually by local skateboarders. The layout changes every year, but usually includes several ledges, manual pads, kickers and a quarterpipe.

Seasonal, open spring to fall, dusk until dawn.


Dunbat Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

275 Bathurst St.

washroom icon Available at Scadding Court Community Centre during operating hours

Community skatepark on smooth concrete featuring wooden elements that are redesigned and rebuilt annually by local skateboarders. The layout changes every year, but usually includes several ledges, manual pads, banks and a 5′ mini ramp.

Seasonal, open spring to fall, with lights on until 11 pm.


East York Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

373 Cedarvale Ave.

washroom icon Available at Stan Wadlow Clubhouse during operating hours

Concrete community skatepark, designed with input from the local East York youth group. Includes a street plaza style area and a tight 5’ figure-eight bowl. The street area consists of a ‘Pier 7’ manual pad, multiple stair-sets, several larger stairs, rails, ledges, hubbas, a long ‘Wave’ banked ledge and two granite-capped ledges.


Eighth Street Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

160 Eighth St.

washroom icon No washrooms onsite

Concrete community skatepark with a mix of flow and street, with a tight 5’ peanut-shaped bowl. This skatepark includes various-sized quarter pipes, banks, stairs, rails, ledges, manual pads and granite-capped hubbas.


Ellesmere Skatepark (All skill levels)

20 Canadian Rd.

washroom icon Available at Ellesmere Community Centre during operating hours

Concrete community skatepark with a mix of street and transition features. A central flow area is surrounded by an outer ring filled with quarter pipes, ledges, banks, stairs, rails, hubbas and manual pads.


Lawrence Heights Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

640 Lawrence Ave. W. (next to John Polanyi School)

washroom icon Available at Lawrence Heights Community Centre during operating hours

Modular community skatepark featuring various ledges, rails, banks, quarter pipes and a mini-halfpipe on an asphalt slab.


Port Union Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

5450 Lawrence Ave. E.

washroom icon Available Port Union Community Centre during operating hours

Also known as Crossroads Skatepark, this is a concrete community skatepark with a variety of banks, ledges, rails, hubbas, manual pads, a funbox and small ¾ bowl.


Smithfield Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

175 Mount Olive Dr.

washroom icon Available at Smithfield Park Outdoor Pool during operating hours

Modular skate spot featuring various ledges, rails, banks, quarter pipes and a spine-ramp on an asphalt slab.


Underpass Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

Under Eastern Avenue overpass, located under the bridge south of King St. E., access off St. Lawrence St.

washroom icon No washrooms onsite

Modular community skatepark located beneath an overpass, which provides a sanctuary from the elements. Includes various pre-fabricated ledges and manual pads, rails and some small banks, set on a concrete pad.


Vanderhoof Skatepark (All skill levels)

135 Vanderhoof Ave.

washroom icon No washrooms onsite

Vanderhoof skatepark has a large U-shaped bowl, with a long 5′ shallow-end mini-ramp curving into a 9′ deep-end bowl, with several extensions, pool coping in the deep-end and a challenging over-vert cradle. The skatepark also includes a basic street area with a bank, long ledge and manual pad, and a small kicker to stairs and hubba.


Weston Lions Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

2125 Lawrence Ave. West

washroom icon Washrooms available at nearby arena during open hours.

Weston Lions is a modular community skatepark featuring various ledges, rails, banks, quarter pipes and a spine-ramp on an asphalt slab.


West Lodge Skatepark (Beginner to intermediate)

165 Lansdowne Ave.

washroom icon No washrooms onsite.

A small concrete skate spot with a few ramps and ledges.

Jimmie Simpson Recreation Centre (Beginner to intermediate)

870 Queen St. E.
Phone: 416-392-0751

washroom icon Available onsite

Seasonal, drop-in skateboarding spot, with wooden and prefabricated ramps, rails & ledges, on linoleum tiled gymnasium floor.

Open fall, winter and spring for youth 13-24 years old, Wednesday 3 to 6 pm and Saturdays 10:30 am to 2 pm


Malvern Recreation Centre (Beginner to intermediate)

30 Sewells Rd.
Phone: 416-396-4054

washroom icon Available onsite.

Seasonal, drop-in skateboarding set up on a drained ice rink with wooden and prefabricated ramps, rails & ledges.

Open summer on Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 4 to 8 pm – There is an active youth advisory council at this skatepark. This council played a key role in initiating this skateboarding opportunity.

The PLAYmobile van carries equipment/supplies and travels to community centres across North York to bring recreational opportunities to local youth. Check back here for information on pop-up skateboarding in Summer 2018.

Don’t have a skateboard?

Don’t worry, we have 10 skateboards and safety equipment to share! There will also be an instructor available to help you out.

For more information, call 416-678-5228

Instructional programs, camps, and drop-in opportunities are offered at several community centres and skateboard parks. Check out the FUN Guide to find a program near you.