Delaware’s Skate Parks Offer Fun for Skaters of All Ages

Whether you're a longtime skater or just getting started, head to these skate parks in Delaware to hone your skills.

Looking for a place to skateboard? Delaware’s skate parks cater to all ages and experience levels. Whether you’re a beginner honing your skills or a seasoned rider seeking new spots to skate, Delaware’s parks provide a diverse range of ramps, rails, and bowls to explore and enjoy. On top of providing a place to skate, these locations across Delaware draw a unique community of skaters at all skill levels willing to help beginners expand their skillset.

Here’s a full guide to Delaware’s skate parks from north to south.

Wilmington Skate Park

This park is comprised of some rails, a range of ramps and a bowl. You’ll find everyone from adult skateboarders to young children on scooters and bikes. Whether you’re a seasoned skater or just getting started, this is a great spot to practice.

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111 Linden Street, Wilmington

7th Street Skate Park

What started as Wilmington’s skaters building DIY ramps in an unused lot has become a permanent fixture of Wilmington’s skating community. With plenty of open space, concrete ramps and rails, 7th Street Skate Park is a DIY oasis for Wilmington skaters.

1180 East 7th Street, Wilmington

Newport Skate Park

Since 1997, volunteers have run this safe and monitored skate park as a sanctuary for Newport youth looking for a fun place to hang out and hone their skills. Tucked under an overpass, this park welcomes skateboards, bikes, scooters and skaters of all ages to enjoy the facility. The space can also be reserved for $100 for a private party.

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103 East Ayre Street, Newport

Handloff Park Skate Spot

This designated skating area consists of poured concrete and includes ramps, two quarter pipes and a hubba ledge. Open from dawn to dusk all week long, this skating area is enjoyed by adults and children alike on skateboards, roller skates, bikes and scooters.

101 B Street, Newark

Glasgow Skate Park

This park features a shaded pavilion perfect for parents of skateboard enthusiasts to sit and watch. It includes a deep bowl for momentum tricks as well as some smaller ramps and features for beginners to practice.

Glasgow Regional Park | 2199 Pulaski Highway, Newark

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Doc Levinson Skateboard Park

This minimal park includes small ramps and a small rail. While the park is on the bitty side, it’s a great place for beginners to get some practice in before moving to larger ramps or more crowded areas with more experienced skaters.

Doc Levinson Drive, Middletown

Townsend Skate Park

Metal fixtures make up this skating area in Townsend. With a mini half pipe, quarter pipes and a few rails and other fixtures, it’s a good spot for beginners to get used to ramps and pipes.

Townsend Municipal Park | 0 Edgar Road, Townsend

Smyrna Skate Park

With a few pipes, ramps and rails, this is a convenient place for skaters in Smyrna. The surface is a bit rugged, and experienced skaters warn beginners to be careful on some of the rougher ramps.

503 North Main Street, Smyrna

Epworth Skate Park

If you’re looking for a place to skate at the Delaware beaches, head to this Rehoboth Beach spot. With ramps, ledges, rails and a bowl, the area has everything you need to enjoy a day of skating.

19285 Holland Gale Road, Rehoboth Beach

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