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Skateboard Parks

Itching to get some big air or ride some rails? Get in the groove and test out your skills at Thunder Bay's Skateboard and BMX Parks!


Prince Arthur's Landing at Marina Park Skateboard/BMX Plaza
A skate-of-the-art destination! The 2,000 square metre waterfront plaza features a unique combination of world-class skateboarding terrain, locally inspired art installations and casual socializing space.

Specific design highlights include:

  • Nearly 25,000 sq. ft total area
  • A completely customized skatable re-creation of the Sleeping Giant
  • Use of local stone work on key ledges and walls
  • An authentic "Classic California" style pool bowl
  • Seemless integration of the entire development into the surrounding park and trail system
  • Once completed, the Plaza will be a significant regional facility in terms of quality of design, detailing and position within premiere urban public space.

County Park Skate Park
County Park features two levels for skateboarders including a pyramid, rails, and boxes. Located on County Boulevard behind Our Lady of Charity school.

Current River Community Centre Skate Park
Located on the east side of the Current River Community Centre beside the tennis courts, this park features a cement pyramid and rails. Current River Community Centre is located at 450 Dewe Avenue.

Jumbo Gardens BMX Park
Featuring a trail system combining jumps and challenges for beginner to advanced BMX riders, the park is located at the John Jumbo Playfield on 330 Toivo Street. It opened in 2005 as Thunder Bay's first full-scale BMX Bike Park .The Park was built due to the tireless efforts of youth volunteers working alongside Recreation & Culture and Parks Division staffers.   

Rolling Thunder
Located behind Delaney Arena at the end of Royal Canadian Legion Drive, Rolling Thunder features a cement pyramid.

South Neebing Community Centre Skate Park
With two levels for boarding and wood structures, this park is located on the grounds of the South Neebing Community Centre at 1841 Mountain Road.

West Thunder Community Centre
Next to railway tracks at the north end of the West Thunder Community Centre on 915 Edward Street South, this park features cement structures for boarders.