Try Something Different – Find a Skateboarding Park in Lincolnshire.

Keep fit and have fun while trying something new at a skateboarding park in Lincolnshire. There are a number of dedicated parks to skateboard in the county that are free to access – all you need is a board, helmet and pads. 

Skateboarding is great for families to enjoy and helps your kids stay active. But, it’s not just for the kids! It can be a fun way to get active for adults too. It’s not just skateboarding either, these skateparks can also be used for scooters, and some may be suitable for BMX.

X-Site Skatepark in Skegness is the county’s large indoor and outdoor skatepark. Open 4 days a week during term time, and daily during school holidays. 

Find out more and book a session here:

Boston Skatepark – image courtesy Lincolnshire County Council

Find a skateboarding park in Lincolnshire

Here is an A-Z guide to skateboarding parks in Lincolnshire:

  1. Bardney Skatepark 
  2. Boston Skatepark 
  3. Bracebridge Heath Stakepark 
  4. Brigg Skatepark 
  5. Broughton Skatepark 
  6. Cleethorpes Skatepark 
  7. Coningsby Stakepark 
  8. Dimension Skatepark, Bourne
  9. Donnington Skatepark 
  10. Goxhill Skatepark 
  11. Grimsby Skatepark 
  12. Immingham Stakepark 
  13. Keelby Skatepark 
  14. Kirton Skatepark 
  15. Louth Skatepark
  16. Market Deeping Skatepark
  17. Market Rasen Skatepark
  18. Metheringham Skatepark
  19. Moorland Skatepark, Lincoln 
  20. Nettleham Stakepark 
  21. North Hykeham Skatepark 
  22. Sleaford Skatepark 
  23. Spalding Skatepark 
  24. Stamford Skatepark 
  25. Sturton by Stow Skatepark 
  26. Thorndike Skatepark, Gainsborough 
  27. Welton Skatepark 
  28. Winterton Mini Ramp 
  29. X-Site Stakepark, Skegness  

Find out more details about all of the Skateboarding Parks in Lincolnshire on Skatepark Finder.

Why try skateboarding?

Learning how to skateboard is loads of fun, but requires practice, persistence and energy. Take a look at Skateboard GB’s Guide to Getting Started. Their top 10 tips on skateboarding will help beginners take those first steps (or pushes) to get the thrill of rolling.

The skateboarding guide will show you the right type of equipment to choose, the shoes to wear, all the way through to taking your skateboarding skills to the skatepark.

Skateboard GB’s Guide to Getting Started Skateboarding.