6 Local Skateboarding Parks in NW Columbus!

June 21st is National Go Skateboarding Day, and we have a list of city approved skate parks!

By Alicia Amburgey, Publisher, Macaroni Kid NW Columbus June 21, 2022

June 21st is not only the first official day of summer, but it's also National Go Skateboarding Day! Skateboarding is a great recreational sport, that encourages balance, self expression, and fun excuse to get outside and exercise!
We put together a guide of some of the best local spots you can "drop in" on.  

It is recommended that you avoid skating in wet weather, and wear close-toed, slip resistant shoes. Please note that some skate parks in Columbus are a little older. The terrain and surfaces may be a little rough, and it is always advised you wear proper safety equipment regardless of your experience level, and that children are supervised accordingly. 

Dublin Skate Park - 5200 Emerald Parkway, Dublin, 43017
This park was made with input from local skaters. Designed for all ability levels, ages, and styles of skating, is a great spot for all local street riders to test their skills, and maybe learn a few new tricks.

Adventure Park Skate Park - 260 Adventure Park Dr, Powell, 43065
This park is a great viewing spot to catch experienced skaters. With a street area, euro gap, ramps, and a quarter-pipe, there is a lot of great activity.

Delaware Skate Park - 20 E Lincoln Ave, Delaware, 43015
Every experience level can have a great time with the rails, ramps, and a large pool style bowl. Skates, bikes, and blades are perfectly acceptable at this park.

Westerville Skate Park - 455 Park Meadow Rd, Westerville, 43081
This park is designed for more experienced skateboarders. There are hubbas, a snake run, banks, a few fun boxes, a euro gap, and a bowl. There is very little shade, so bring your own chairs and water to keep cool!

Grove City Skate Park - 3728 Hoover Rd, Grove City, 43123
A top feature at this park, is a bowl with an 11-foot depth/clamshell. There is adequate street skater section that is perfect for beginners. There are some shaded shelters and benches available for parents to sit at.

Dodge Skate Park - 379 Mcdowell St, Columbus, 43215
This park has quarter-pipes, 3 different sized drop-in bowls, and a snake run. One of the bowls is frequently used as a half-pipe.