Skatepark (All Wheel) Park

Summer at the Skate Park

Welcome to the first year of ‘Summer at the Skatepark’
at the Trail SK8 Park

Learn to skateboard for free, all summer! From Tuesday, July 7 to Thursday, August 27, 2020 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM, Skatepark Hosts will be available at the Trail SK8 Park to offer free drop in skateboard coaching.

Trail Parks and Recreation and the Kootenay Savings Community Foundation are very excited to offer this community service to people of all ages and abilities.  Helmets are mandatory and armour is highly recommended for all participants - please bring your own to each session.  For future programs, we will be able to offer free use of skateboards, helmets, and armour (elbow and knee pads), but due to COVID-19 precautions, we will only be able to offer free use of skateboards this summer.

Safety Precautions and Forms

  • COVID-19 Safety Guidelines must be followed at the Trail SK8 Park.  These guidelines are posted at the park.  View the guidelines here.
  • Before coming to the Trail SK8 Park, we ask that you do a Self-Assessment Health Screen.  View the Health Screen Questionnaire here.
  • Please wash your hands before coming to the Trail SK8 Park, and/or use the provided hand sanitizer upon arrival.  Physical distancing will also be practiced during the sessions.
  • Waiver forms must be filled out and signed before each drop in session. Forms are available online here, and will also be available at the park.

For more information, please contact Trail Parks and Recreation at 250-364-0888 or . We look forward to seeing you at the Trail SK8 Park this summer!

Thank you to our major sponsor, Kootenay Savings Community Foundation, for helping make this program possible. Organized by Trail Parks and Recreation, and supported by the City of Trail and the Trail Sk8Park.

The Trail SK8 Park Re-Opened on Wednesday, May 27, 2020

The Trail SK8 Park Re-Opened on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Help keep the skate park open by following the COVID-19 preventative guidelines that are posted throughout the park. View the guidelines here.
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