Woodlands Skateboard Park
The Woodlands Skateboard Park is currently closed.
Woodlands Skateboard Park Redevelopment
In 2020, the City of St. Albert is replacing the Woodlands Skateboard Park with a brand new, modern concrete skatepark in the same location. Read more information on the construction project here.
As public input will help shape the features of the park, the City of St. Albert invites you to have your say on the concept design of the new skatepark on Tuesday, April 28 from 6 - 7 p.m. via an online Zoom presentation with New Line Skateparks.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions about the proposed concept design. A link to a follow-up survey including design options will be sent out immediately following the presentation.
Please register in advance for this presentation.
For more information
Please email Dean McMullan, Community Recreation Coordinator.
Go with the flow and carve a line!
Come watch the adventuresome youth of St. Albert and surrounding areas carving up the bowls of our popular skateboard park. Be amazed as riders make their way down the ramp fakie and kickflip up into the funbox! No clue what that means? Come check out the park and learn.
The concrete surface is designed for the recreational use of skateboarders, inline skaters, scooters and bicycles; we're proud to offer it to the community!
This facility is not supervised and is used by riders at their own risk. The City is not responsible for loss, damage or injury arising from park use. It is highly recommended that all safety precautions be taken by participants. This includes the use of personal protective gear such as helmets, wrist guards, elbow pads and knee pads.
- Children under 10 should be accompanied by an adult.
- No motorized vehicles or unauthorized structures (ie. homemade ramps) are permitted.
- To reduce the chance of injury, do not use the park during or after poor weather.
How do I get there?
The Skateboard Park is located behind the Woodlands Water Park (165 Sturgeon).
Spontaneous Use Hours
Available for use from 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. as identified in the Parks Bylaw.
Last edited: April 28, 2020