How to build and operate a Skatepark Business
Find out how to set up a skatepark by reading our FREE Help Guides, then Compare Skatepark Suppliers to find the right people to create a great Skatepark. Share your experience by writing reviews, contribute and ask questions in our soon to be launched Forum and join our Skatepark Facebook Group to keep up to date on all Skatepark news. Also don't be shy, Contact Us anytime, we're here to help.
Are you a skatepark supplier?
Enhance your FREE Supplier Page with text, pictures, videos, guides and more. Ask previous customers to write reviews on your product and service to help potential skatepark operators make informed choices about who to work with. Link to your reviews from your own website so potential customers develop trust in your services.
Sign up to Paid Services and give users an easy way to contact you by adding a contact form to your supplier page. Increase your online visitors by adding links from your supplier page to your Website and social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, You Tube and more. We also offer advertising slots so you can appear in preferred position on our most visited pages (this does not affect your position in the natural listings, as only skate park owners can determine where you appear via user reviews).
Watch how an Indoor Skatepark is Built
What is a Skatepark?
A skatepark is a facility designed for the use of skateboards, bmx bikes, rollerblades and scooters. Mountain bikes have been known to use them too.
A skatepark is one of the only places where children and adults practice their sports side by side. Ages can be as low as 3 years old.
Nowadays there is huge variety of obstacles in a skatepark.
Most skateparks will have a half pipe or bowl, and a street course area.
Read more in our Skatepark Types Help Guide.