Vic West Skatepark
250 Esquimalt Rd, Esquimalt
Versatile terrain on this 35000 square food skate park with one of the most realistic street sections.
1240 Gladstone Ave, Victoria
Behind Fernwood Community Centre, rough basketball court, make shift (DIY). Fun but raw, a bit rugged.
Gordon Head Skatepark
4100 Lambrick Park Way, Victoria
Old park but fun “hips, bumps and quarter pipes” good park for all levels of skating.
9565 Fifth Ave, Sidney
New park, good “transition skating.” Bowls and steeper banks and transitions. Crazy big bowl!
Mill Bay Skatepark
1035 Shawnigan Lake-Mill Bay Rd, Mill Bay
Brand new renos, new smaller obstacles for kids.
Duncan X-Treme Skatepark
Island Savings Centre, 2687 James Street, Duncan
The 6,000 square-foot park accommodates different skill levels for boarders, bikes and scooters.
Beside the Chemainus Secondary School, off of Elliott Street.
A combination of street style park features, bowls, transitions, half pipes and mini-ramps, suitable for both skate boards and bikes.
1532 Chaplin St, Crofton
This 5,500-square-foot facility caters to boarders, bikers and scooters of different skill levels.
Adjacent to the Frank Jameson Rec Centre, off 6th Ave, Ladysmith
A selection of transition and flat bank pyramids around the park.
On Walsh Road, east of the Cedar Community Secondary at McMillan Rd, Cedar
Cool orange cement, good stair and street options with a mini ramp and bowl corner.
Behind the Nanaimo Curling Club at 106 Wall St, Nanaimo
Concrete obstacles on asphalt surface.
Nanaimo Rotary Skatepark
6706 Dover Rd, Nanaimo
Fun hips, good rails, hard to get and keep speed though.
Tuff City Skatepark
250 Third St, Tofino
Very “surfy,” lots of transition, huge bowl corners and big wallride tombstone. Fast park, tight corners. Has a granite ledge.
Ucluelet Skate Park
Beside the Ucluelet Community Centre on Matterson Drive
Huge bowl, new additions, not a bad street course, nice setting (trees and forest surround the park).
Parksville Skate Park
220 Corfield St N, Parksville
This older park offers a mixture of transition in plaza in a wide-open format.
Comox-Courtenay Skate Park
1701 Lerwick Road (beside Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School), Courtenay
Top-notch speed run and good flow.
The LINC Youth Centre & Indoor Skate Park
300 Old Island Hwy, Courtenay
The skatepark is open to all ages (except Tuesdays on Tween nights).
Willow Point Park
1800 South Alder St, Campbell River
Plaza-influenced street area and a separate bowl unit.