If you are looking to go skateboarding at the best skateparks in Florida you have come to the right place. This state is teeming with amazing skateparks from street plazas to backyard bowls and everything in between. No matter if you are a kid, teenager, skate dad or mum, beginner or pro, you will find a skatepark to suit you here.
The state of Florida’s local governments and citizens are seeing the benefits skateparks bring to local communities and thankfully more skateparks are being built here everyday. Skateboarding is no longer a counter culture that is frowned upon, but instead a respected sport that is growing massively and projected to be a 2.38 billion dollar industry by 2025.
Florida is for sure one of the states leading the charge when it comes to new and innovative skateparks. These are the best skateparks they have for you to shred right now!
Best Skateparks In Florida
Lot 11 Skatepark
Lot 11 Skatepark which is located in Miami, measures 38,000 square feet and took more than nine years of development to create this state of the art skatepark facility.
It features a skate plaza with a large variety of obstacles including flat ledges, straight ledges, hubba ledges, out ledges, rails, hand rails, flat bars, stair sets, manual pads, banks, and quarter pipes. Vert skaters will be happy with a contest style bowl and transition section.
There is something for everyone to skate here no matter their level or ability. Lot 11 is possibly the best skatepark in Florida however, there are a lot of others that could take that title depending on your personal preferences.
LOT 11 SKATEPARK
Address: NW 1st St &, NW 3rd Ave, Miami, FL 33128
Kona Skatepark is the world’s oldest privately owned skatepark and was even inducted into the Skateboarding Hall of Fame in 2019.
This facility has been a pioneer of the sport since opening in 1977 with the first known vert ramp being constructed here. Other features include bowls, a snake run, and a variety of ramps.
This skatepark is also an entire level in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4 video game so you know it’s pretty rad. Most skate enthusiasts have heard of Kona and already know this place is a must visit in Jacksonville.
Admission is $10 and the day is split into two sessions: 1pm – 5pm and 5pm to 9pm.
Hours: (Tue – Fri) 1pm-5pm, 5pm – 9pm
(Sat) 10-2pm, 2-6pm, 6-10pm (Sun) 12-4pm 4-8pm
Address: 8739 Kona Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32211
Ed Austin Skatepark
Ed Austin Skatepark is around 20,000 square feet and is another Jacksonville spot worth skating. It has plenty of flowing transition with hips, bumps, extensions, banks, and more. There is also some street obstacles thrown in that include a brick quarter pipe, ledges, rails, jersey barrier, a bench, and a volcano.
ED AUSTIN SKATEPARK
Hours: sunrise – sunset
Address: 1751 McCormick Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32225
Jacksonville Beach Skatepark
Jacksonville “Jax” Beach Skatepark measures in at 23,500 square feet and has plenty of features to suit both intermediate and advanced skateboarders.
If you want to skate some transition there are two bowls and a snake run. The street section has a variety of ledges including hubba, flat, A-frame, and out ledges along with some nice manual pads. There is also a stair set, handrail, flat bar, euro gap, and some banks.
JAX BEACH SKATEPARK
Hours: 7am – 8pm
Address: 2508 S Beach Pkwy, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Fort Pierce (Lawnwood) Skatepark
Fort Pierce (also known as Lawnwood) Skatepark is 13,000 square feet and was built by Team Pain in 2013. It is designed to offer plenty of flow and features a nice snake run, as well as a warped style bowl with a tombstone.
The street section has a four-flat-four stair set with a handrail and down ledge, euro gap, brick bank wall, rail, ski jump style launch ramp, and a curved quarter pipe with a volcano combo. This is a pretty sweet skatepark!
FORT PIECRE (LAWNWOOD) SKATEPARK
Hours: 9am – 8:30pm
Address: 2100 Virginia Ave, Fort Pierce, FL 34982
J.M. Berlin / Rotary (Englewood) Skatepark
J.M Berlin / Rotary Skatepark is located in the town of Englewood. It features a variety of street and transition obstacles that is sure to satisfy any type of skateboarder. There is a large pool style bowl with tile, medium bowl with steel coping, and a flow bowl with no coping (noping) and pool coping.
The street course has really cool brick style banks, one with a built in ledge and another with a curb on top. There are also stair sets, handrails, down ledges, flat ledges, manual pads, jersey barriers, and more.
To skate at this park a helmet is required. Tuesday is BMX only day, and it is closed Wednesdays for maintenance.
Hours: (Mon, Tues, Fri,) 3pm – 9pm (Sat – Sun) 11am – 9pm
Address: 6941 San Casa Dr, Englewood, FL 34224
Cocoa Beach Skatepark
Cocoa Beach Skatepark is 13,000 square feet and mainly consists of transition features. There is a massive open bowl with pool coping, steel coping, hips, bumps, walls, and a cradle. The street section is small and consists of some ledges, rails, and stairs. If you are a street skater this is not the skatepark for you but if you are a bowl skater you will love it here.
COCOA BEACH SKATEPARK
Hours: (Mon – Fri) 3pm – 9pm (Sat) 10am – 10pm (Sun) 10am 9pm
Address: 1450 Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
Sarasota (Payne) Skatepark
Sarasota Skatepark (also known as “Payne” Skatepark) is 25,000 square feet and was built by Team Pain. This skatepark is split into street and transition sections. The street course is loaded with obstacles such as flat ledges, out ledges, hubba ledges, manual pads, granite bench top, rails, flat bars, stairs, and bank ramps.
The transition area consists of a flow section ranging from three to eleven feet with various hips, bumps, extensions, and also has steel and pool coping. There is also a backyard style pool with a light, death box, and love seat.
One of the many cool things about this skatepark is the beginner friendly section that has some mellow transition and hips for learning.
Hours: (Mon – Thu) 12pm – 10pm (Fri – Sun) 10am – 10pm
Address: 2110 Adams Ln, Sarasota, FL 34237
Fleischmann Edge Skatepark
Fleischmann Edge Skatepark is 40,000 square feet and consists of a combination of concrete and wood obstacles.
The concrete flow section has bumps, humps, and hips coming from every angle as well as two concrete bowls and a wooden bowl.
The street course is all wood and has a massive selection of obstacles including flat ledges, down ledges, manual pads, A-frame, stairs, rails, flat bars, quarter pipes, and bank ramps.
Skaters are required to sign a waiver before skating here and helmets are also a requirement.
FLEICHMANN EDGE SKATEPARK
Hours: (Mon – Fri) 10am – 8pm (Sat -Sun) 12pm – 6pm
Address: 1600 Fleischmann Blvd, Naples, FL 34102
New Smyrna Beach Skatepark
New Smyrna Beach Skatepark is 8,500 square feet and was designed and built by Team Pain. There is a big bowl with pool coping and various depths, a flow section with quarter pipes and extensions, humps and bumps, banks, a ledge, rails, a flat bar, and a euro gap.
This skatepark is owned by New Smyrna Beach’s only core skate shop but is free to skate. The only requirement is to sign a wavier.
NEW SMYRNA SKATEPARK
Hours: 12pm – 8pm
Address: 245 Industrial Park Ave, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
Bro Bowl Skatepark
Bro Bowl was the first ever public skatepark in Florida. It opened in 1979 and was free to use unlike other skateparks at that time which were profit driven private facilities.
Bro Bowl is also the first skatepark to be listed on any national registry of historic sites. As you can see, the original skatepark no longer exists apart from some relics amongst the palm trees.
The new Bro Bowl is 17,000 square feet and was constructed by Team Pain. It pays homage to the old one with an open style bowl that includes humps and bumps similar to the original. The addition of a street course makes it a great all-round skatepark. There are a variety of ledges, rails, gaps, stairs, and bank ramps. There is also a decent amount of open flat ground perfect for beginners to practice tricks.
Hours: 7am – 10pm
Address: 1200 N Orange Ave, Tampa, FL 33602
Tampa Community Skatepark
Tampa Community Skatepark is just over 14,000 square feet. It has a great mix of features including a five and seven foot bowl combo with steel coping, pool coping, extensions, and pockets. The street section consists of a stair set, various types of ledges, banks, a vert wall, rails, an A-frame, quarter pipes, and more.
The rule at this skatepark is skateboards and inline skates only. No bikes or scooters! Also, all skaters must sign a wavier and wear a helmet.
TAMPA COMMUNITY SKATEPARK
Hours: 8:30am – 6pm
Address: 17302 Commerce Park Blvd, Tampa, FL 33647
Skatepark Of Tampa Skatepark
It’s likely you have heard of the Skatepark of Tampa or maybe the “Tampa Pro” contest that is held at this facility annually. If not then you have probably been living under a rock.
Tampa Skatepark which officially opened to the public on January 2, 1993 has played a huge role in the Florida skate scene.
This street-style skatepark is indoors and made entirely from wood. The layout has been changed many times over the years. It usually consists of ledges, rails, gaps, stairs, quarter pipes, and bank ramps. There is also a fully stocked skate shop onsite offering all the gear you need from the best brands.
There is a fee to skate here but it is very reasonably priced. Non-members will pay $8 Monday – Thursday and $10 Friday – Sunday.
SKATEPARK OF TAMPA
Hours: (Mon – Fri) 9am – 8pm (Sat – Sun) 10am – 8pm
Address: 4215 E Columbus Dr, Tampa, FL 33605
Apollo Beach Skatepark
Apollo Beach Skatepark was built by Team Pain and is 11,000 square feet. It has a unique and artistic design that is shaped like a three-pointed star along with an elevated center. Acid staining, black brick patterns, granite, and rocks make this skatepark aesthetically pleasing. The obstacles on offer include several ledges, rails, stairs, step-up, rock gap, jersey barrier, quarter pipe, hip, kicker, granite bench, ledge and a bank.
APOLLO BEACH SKATEPARK
Hours: 10am – 9pm (Sun 12pm – 6pm)
Address: 664 Golf and Sea Blvd, Apollo Beach, FL 33572
Providence Skatepark displays similar artistic features as Apollo Skatepark such as colored concrete and acid staining. There is a jam packed street section that consists of a brick pyramid bank with a three inch flat bar on top, stairs, rails, granite up-ledge, step up, manual pad, a quarter pipe with an extension, and various other transition features. The bowl is eleven feet and has pool coping.
Hours: 10am – 9pm (Sun 12pm – 6pm)
Address: 5720 Providence Rd, Riverview, FL 33578
Lakeland Skatepark is 24,000 square feet and has a variety of street and transition. The skatepark has four main sections including an advanced multi level bowl, an intermediate bowl with hips, extensions, moguls, and bank to walls.
There is also a snake run with pool coping, tile, mini spine, hips, ledges, and more. The street section includes several ledges, manual pads, stairs, rails, flat bars, jersey barrier, and bank step-up.
Hours: 10am – 8pm
Address: 800 US-98, Lakeland, FL 33801
Bradenton Skatepark is 15,000 square feet and is located under a bridge right next to the water along the Bradenton Riverwalk.
The location isn’t the only cool thing about this skatepark though. It is also designed really well with all types of skaters in mind. There are moguls, a small bowl with a vert wall, and a pool style bowl with tile and pool coping.
The street course has a variety of ledges including hubba, flat ledges, manual pads, rails, stairs, banks, and more.
Hours: 24 hours
Address: 100 Riverfront Blvd, Bradenton, FL 34205
Zephyrhills Skatepark measures in at 8,000 square feet and has a good mix of features. The street course has a variety of obstacles such as ledges, rails, china banks, textured banks, hips, quarter pipes, jersey barriers, and even a rail made from an actual piece of railroad track! The transition section includes a multi-level bowl with pool coping, steel coping, escalators, and an extension.
Hours: 6am – 10pm
Address: 20th St &, Alston Ave, Zephyrhills, FL 33542
Jackson Springs Skatepark
Jackson Springs Skatepark is 13,000 square feet and sports a mix of street and transition. The skatepark is shaped somewhat like a ‘V’ and has a ditch-like feel to it which was requested by the local skate community in the design process. There is a snake-run style bowl, key hole, mini ramp, granite ledges, manual pad, rails, banks, quarter pipes, and kicker ramps.
JACKSON SPRINGS SKATEPARK
Hours: 10am – 9pm (Sun 12pm -6pm)
Address: 8620 Jackson Springs Rd, Tampa, FL 33615
Eustis Skatepark is 10,000 square feet and located in Sunset Island Park. It has a backyard pool bowl but the rest of the skatepark consists of street obstacles. There are several different types of ledges including flat, down, and out ledges along with manual pads, flat bars, rails, stairs, A-frame with rail, bank ramps, and quarter pipes.
Hours: 24 hours
Address: 301 W Ward Ave, Eustis, FL 32726
West Melbourne Skatepark
West Melbourne Skatepark features 22,000 square feet of terrain to shred. Whether you want to skate street or transition you will find it here. There is a gigantic bowl with varying depths, hips, extensions, pool and steel coping, tile, and more. The street section is jam packed with all types of ledges, stairs, rails, manual pads, banks, and quarter pipes.
WEST MELBOURNE SKATEPARK
Hours: 8:30am – 9pm
Address: 3000 Minton Rd, West Melbourne, FL 32904
St. Pete Skatepark
St. Petersburg “St. Pete” Skatepark measures in at 21,500 square feet and is fully loaded with everything you could ever want in a skatepark.
Three bowls; a twelve foot, eight foot, and an intermediate, will impress transition skaters. There is also a super long snake run with steel coping and several extensions.
The street section is next level and has tons of obstacles from ledges, wall rides, banks, rails, manual pads, stairs, quarter pipes, and more.
ST. PETE SKATEPARK
Hours: 10am – 11pm
Address: 600 12th St S, St. Petersburg, FL 33705
Ocala Skatepark is not the biggest but it sure does provide all the necessary features any street style skater could ask for. The street plaza style skatepark consists of a hubba ledge, out ledge, flat ledge, A-frame ledge, manual pads, stairs, hand rail, A-frame rail, flat bar, gap, bank wall, and quarter pipes.
Hours: 9:30am – 10pm
Address: 517 NE 9th St, Ocala, FL 34470
Coleman Skatepark has all the essential features of a street inspired skatepark. There is a down ledge, A-frame ledge, flat ledge bank combo, A-frame rail, hand rail, and a mini ramp. This is a small skatepark but it makes the cut for one of the best in Florida.
Hours: 7am – 7pm
Address: 210 E Blue Springs Ave, Orange City, FL 32763
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