North Houston Skatepark is a 77,000-square-foot outdoor concrete skatepark in Houston, Texas. One of the largest skateparks in the United States, the park features multiple bowls, snake runs, and street plazas.
|Address||12351 Kuykendahl Road|
Houston, TX 77067
|Features||Bowls, snake runs, street plazas|
|Size||77,000 square feet|
|Riding Allowed||Skateboards, scooters, skates|
North Houston Skatepark Overview
A first look at North Houston Skatepark feels like seeing something out of a fanciful skateboard video game – a massive park with multiple skate bowls, a full pipe, snake runs, and a sprawling connection of plazas with street and transition features. But it’s real!
Located in the Huston suburb of Spring, Texas, North Houston Skatepark is one of the largest skateparks in the United States, if not the largest.
Designed by Grindline Skateparks, the park includes a vast array of skateable terrain. It even includes a bronze sculpture by skate legend Steve Olson, dubbed high noon.
Where to start? At the center of the park is the most dramatic feature, a 20-foot full pipe that sits in the middle of a sprawling combi bowl. The park includes multiple other bowls, including a 10-foot deep bowl, a backyard-pool style bowl, and three flow bowls.
There’s also a large snake run, which starts shallow and gets deeper as it winds its way to a large end pocket.
The park’s large offering of street terrain offers a mix of transition and street features. These include banks, quarterpipes, hips, rails, ledges, curbs, stairs, volcanoes and many other features.