Grab some air, nail your flip kick, or tackle that tail slide at one of New Hampshire’s excellent skate parks. Often a hub of their community, skate parks are a great place to meet, hang out, and show off some sick moves. New Hampshire offers safe, quality local parks often with no entrance fee, perfect for beginners and champion skaters alike. Grab a helmet and hit the half-pipe for active, thrilling fun!
Billed as “New England’s Premier Skate and Bike Park,” the Rye Airfield offers year-round, adrenaline pumping excitement in its 50,000-square-foot indoor facility. Outside boasts over 100,000 square-feet of skate and bike courses. An on-site pro shop offers skates, bikes, parts for both, as well as available mechanics.
A free outdoor park with mixed surface features, the Henry Law Skatepark is a local Dover favorite. Multiple installations including a new 80-foot half pipe make Henry Law a solid source of outdoor recreation.
An outdoor park, Time Square Skatepark prides itself on constantly updated installations to keep things interesting. Though only open during the summer months, Town Square offers a tented half pipe to keep the fun going even through inclement weather. The location also hosts a skate camp to help skaters hone their craft.
Equipped with lights for late night skating, this outdoor skate park has Skatelite surfaces and plenty of installations.
The Red Alert Skatepark in Dover offers year-round, indoor skating. Visit the onsite skate shop for tips, repairs, or new gear.
A recently updated, concrete skate park in Candia’s Moore Park. Visitors can expect clean, outdoor features for seasonal enjoyment.
A favorite of the local university students, TechNeeks offers a fun skate park atmosphere complete with onsite skate pro.
Opened in 2001, this park was created through donated funds, city funds and federal grants. Visitors will see a mural painted on the side of the Regis Lemaire Youth Center facing the park. This park is dedicated to Adam Curtis in honor of a young man who passed away.
A mixed terrain of concrete, tar, and wood provides excitement for riders of all ages at Hampton Skate Park. Well maintained features and a smooth concrete bowl make this a New Hampshire skating favorite.