Colorado is known for its snow sports – snowboarding and skiing – but the mountain state has plenty of killer skateparks to shred year-round. Below, we’ll highlight some of the best skateparks in Colorado.
Arvada Skatepark is a 40,000-square-foot concrete park in Arvada, Colorado, that includes two bowls, a massive snake run, a flow bowl section, and an expansive street plaza. This park stands out for its size and number of features as well as some unique elements, including a massive snake run.
Carbondale Skatepark, also known as North Face Park, is a 17,300-square-foot outdoor concrete skate park located in Carbondale, Colorado. The park includes a unique snake run with so many different depths, little pockets, large hips, waterfalls, and even a section with a massive 18-foot full-pipe with a capsule.
Fort Morgan Skatepark
Fort Morgan Skatepark, also known as Brenda Joy Skatepark, is a 7,500-square-foot outdoor concrete skate park located in Fort Morgan, Colorado that first opened in 2017. This Evergreen-designed skatepark is a unique skatepark that serves the skateboarding community of small-town Fort Morgan and the surrounding areas.
Frisco Skatepark is a 28,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark in Frisco, Colorado that first opened in 2019 after a massive $600k full renovation by the Evergreen Skateparks design and construction team. The main feature of the skate park is a massive series of bowls and flow terrain that moves mysteriously from one piece to the next.
Howard Heuston Skatepark
The Howard Heuston Skatepark is a 3,500-square-foot outdoor concrete skate park located in Boulder, Colorado that first opened in 2021. The small Evergreen Skatepark designed flow park may not be much to look at, however, the park has a natural movement to it that can be almost meditative.
The Milliken Skatepark, also known as the Hillsboro Skatepark, is a 14,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skate park located in Milliken, Colorado that first opened in 2014. This Evergreen-designed skatepark is a flow park heaven for transition-style skaters.
Scott Carpenter Skatepark
Scott Carpenter Skatepark, also referred to as the Boulder Skatepark, is a 21,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skate park located in Boulder, Colorado that first opened in 1999 and was recently expanded in 2021. The original 16,000-square-feet portion was completed by SITE Design Group, Inc., and the newer 5,000-square-foot expansion was designed and constructed by Evergreen Skateparks.
Woodland Park Skatepark (aka Red Mountain Adventure Park)
The Woodland Park Skatepark located at Red Mountain Adventure Park in Woodland, Colorado, is a sprawling 24,000 square feet of skateboarding and BMX heaven. The park is split into two main parts. There is the 8,000 square-foot concrete skatepark and street plaza surrounded by 16,000 square feet of dirt tracks and tabletop BMX jumps.