A great place for the young, and the young at heart, our local skateboard parks provide kids with a great place to practice their moves and turns. Their ollies and kickflips will only improve through practise, so check out the skate parks in Lake Macquarie, let them hang out and learn new tricks.
Located on the corner of Bay Road and Quigley Road at Bolton Point this park is all concrete and provides some flat banks, quarters and a 5 foot mini.
At the community centre on Fishery Point Road in Bonnells Bay there is a concrete skate park that has quarter pipes, a rail and ramps.
Situated at Wilkinson Park on Myall Road this small skatepark in Cardiff has a rail, boxes and ramps.
This concrete skate park has a kidney shaped bowl, some ramps and boxes and is situated in Pasterfield Sports Complex.
This concrete skate park has two bowls, a mini ramp and a few transitions. There’s also seating and some shade covers. Located at the corner of Pacific Highway and Frederick Street.
A small pre-fab ramp that keeps the local kids amused. Worth a look. Situated at Croudace Bay Park.
A concrete skate park with a quarter pipe, rails and ledges, this is located Kevin Evans Oval, Appletree Road.
A small skate park with a concrete doughnut bowl. This is located at Rathmines Park, Stilling Street.
This is a great concrete skate park with a bowl, rails, ledges, banks and transitions. Check it out at Chapman Oval, Burragallana Reserve.
With a ramp, a rail and a couple of boxes, this concrete skate park is located at the PCYC, Lake Street.
There’s a mini ramp at Community Hall Reserve, Wyee Road.