NH Skate Parks
- Libery Tree Park - Alton
There is a small concrete park at this location.
- Andover Skate Park - Andover
Small prefab concrete park.
- Moore Park - Candia
This wooden skatepark in Candia features a table-top with handrail, a bank, spines, and a half-pipe with extension. The facility is located inside Moore Park near Moore School, behind the police station and town offices.
- Concord Skatepark - Concord
The Concord Skatepark, located next to the Everett Ice Arena offers a funbox with two mini quarter pipes on the sides, rails, spine, ledges, steel top a-rail, a launch ramp and pyramid.
- Alexander Carr Skateboard & BMX Park - Derry
The Alexander-Carr skateboard and BMX park is a street course. Features of the park include quarter pipes and varied transitions. The facility is located on Pierce Avenue, which is right off Birch Street.
- Henry Law Skatepark - Dover
The Henry Law Skatepark features a pyramid with changeable rails, quarter pipes, rail, ledges, bank to wall, 2 low banks, a bench, mini ramp and a street course. The facility is located on River Street, along the Cocheco River. No bikes allowed.
- Exeter Skatepark - Exeter
The Exeter Skatepark is a small concrete park with two quarter pipes, rails, a small spine, and some boxes. Very nice, clean park run by the town. Located on Court Street.
- Hampton Skatepark - Hampton
Located on Landing Road. The Hampton Skatepark features an 8' half pipe, 5' launch ramp into a huge fun box, a kicker, spine and ¼ pipe. Skateboards and roller blades only. No minors without parents. No children at park during school hours. No bikes or scooters.
- Spirit Skatepark - Hopkinton
Located on Western Street in Hopkinton. This park has a halfpipe, box jump, big spine, and roll in. Helmets are required. BMX allowed.
- Hudson Skatepark - Hudson
Located behind the Middle School. Wooden and concrete park with several ramps.
- Keene Skate Park - Keene
Located at the intersection of Wilson Street and Gilbo Avenue, adjacent to Commercial Street Parking lot. Features various ramps, rails and inclines, quarter pipes, waves, half pipe, street obstacles like grind rails, a pyramid and fly box; caters to both expert and amateur skaters. The half pipe is 6 feet high and 20 feet wide. Skateboarders, in-line skaters and stunt bikes are allowed inside.
- Nu Wave Sports Skatepark - Laconia
Nu Wave Sports, located at the Downtown Laconia Mall has a mini ramp, bowl, street course and pro shop.
- Lebanon Skatepark - Lebanon
Located in Riverside Community Park on Glen Road. This park has a half pipe, a couple of sets of stairs with handrails, some spines and a pyramid.
- Londonderry Skatepark - Londonderry
This outdoor skatepark is comprised of both asphalt and metal. Features of this facility include a 6 foot mini with spine and deck to a big flat bank, hip, roll in, fun box, vertical wall, pyramid and tons of quarter pipes and rails. To find the park, take the road next to the fire station in Londonderry on Route 128.
- Adam D. Curtis Skateboard Park - Manchester
This outdoor skate and BMX Park is located directly across the street from the JFK Memorial Coliseum in Basquil Sheehan Park on Maple and Auburn Street. Built in 2001, on the site of an old trainer pool, features include big walls, stairs, heart-shaped bowl, and funbox.
- Glenn Hart Memorial Skate Park - Meredith
This outdoor skatepark features buried coping, metal quarterpipes and funbox, and wooden launch ramps. The park is located just after the police station on the right when coming from Route 25.
- Merrimack Skate Park - Merrimack
A relatively new skating and BMX park that caters to both the experienced and novice rider. Park features include a pyramid, funbox, and quarter pipes. The facility is located on O'Gara Drive. Open from April through October, weather permitting. During wet weather, the park closes for safety reasons.
- Milford Skatepark - Milford
This asphalt BMX and skate park features quarter pipes, a spine, fun box, and mini. Park components are under 3 feet in height. Located just beyond the elementary school in Keyes Park which is off Route 101A.
- David W. Deane Skatepark - Nashua
The David W. Deane Skatepark is one of the best in the area and has a 6- to 11-foot traditional bowl (vertical all the way around), street course, straight banks, ledges, rails, hips, bowled corners, pump bumps, extensions. The facility is mainly comprised of concrete. Helmet and pads required. Located on Bridge Street.
- Alliance Skatepark - North Conway
Located at 984 White Mountain Highway in North Conway, Alliance Skatepark is an indoor park with a mini ramp.
- Pelham Skatepark - Pelham
Located in the Village Green. Featuring a 6 foot full half pipe, 8 foot 1/4 pipe, and a 7 foot vertical wall.
- Greenleaf Recreation Center - Portsmouth
The Greenleaf Recreation Center is located on Greenleaf Street in Portsmouth. Open year round from dawn to dusk, seven days a week, weather permitting. All skateboarders must comply with city regulations, including use of proper equipment. Helmets must be worn at all times. Call Barry Foley at 603-427-1548 for details on use of the park, since the Recreation Center is used primarily for rentals and adult/youth organized seasonal programs.
- Liberty Skateboard Park - Raymond
The Liberty Skateboard Park is located next to the Raymond Safety Complex on Old Manchester Road. Visitors to this facility will find a flat bar, pyramid, quarter pipe, and launch ramps.
- Rye Airfield - Rye
This is the largest indoor skate park in New England. The 57-acre Rye Airfield offers skateboarding, inline skating, and BMX riding. Features of the park include ramps, rails, minis, spines, bowls, pools, 64 foot wide vertical ramp which stands 13 feet tall with 15 foot extensions and 17 foot roll in. The facility is located at 170 Lafayette Road in Rye.
• Also: Summer skateboard camp
- Troy Bike Park - Troy
Small BMX park located on South Street. Can also be used by skateboarders. Quarter pipes, flybox, minibox, lowbox, waves.
- Riverside Park - Warner
Wooden skatepark located at Riverside Park. Equipment at the park includes flatbanks, quarter pipes, and fun box.
- Waterville Valley
A super-cool outdoor skateboard park and BMX track. Located near the Town Square, the Super Park features a skateboard and inline skate park with a 10 foot high, 24 foot wide halfpipe, along with a vert ramp, and a street court with pyramids, banked ramps, handrails and quarter pipes.
• Also: Overnight skateboard camps
- Weare Skatepark - Weare
This outdoor concrete park has a 2- to 4-foot mini, flatbars, spine, launch ramps, grind rail, and quarter pipes. Located near the fire station.
- Mount Madness - West Ossipee
Mount Madness' ramp park welcomes all skateboarders, in line skaters and BMX bikes. Helmets and pads are required. Also offering Summer Camps.
- Windham Skatepark - Windham
Outdoor wooden and concrete skatepark located on Route 111 East. Spohn Ranch ramps, micro miniramp, quarterpipe. Must register to use the park.
- Wolfeboro Skatepark - Wolfeboro
Located on Route 109A in the parking lot of the hockey rink. Set up seasonally only.
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