Things To Do in Saskatoon – Lions Skatepark Saskatoon

By on March 18, 2014
Lions Skatepark Saskatoon

Lions Skatepark Saskatoon

Lions Skatepark in Saskatoon is located in Victoria Park at 810 Spadina Crescent West a couple minutes from downtown. Lions Skatepark, a 20,000 square foot skate park was opened in the fall of 2003. It has a cutting edge design, with a traditional kidney-shaped bowl and a full-scale street section.  It also features a ‘big roller’ and ‘baby blue flatbar’. The city says the site is unsupervised but has roving security at peak times.  Users are encouraged to wear safety equipment such as helmets and guards at all times.

This is a great video taken several years ago about skating at the Lions Skatepark.

Some even use the Lions Skatepark during the winter months with their snowboards to practice.

Click here to learn more about all the Saskatoon skateparks and their locations. You can email the city at skateboard@saskatoon.ca for more information.

Here are the locations of the other Saskatoon skateparks. They are all open from 8:00 am to dusk every day.

Morris T. Chernesky Park
(by new Shaw Centre)
W. W. Ashley Park
(beside Lathey Pool)
Forest Park
(adjacent to Centennial Collegiate)
Charlottetown Park
(behind Cosmo Civic Centre)
Lakewood Park
(beside Lakewood Civic Centre)
Umea Park
(behind Lawson Civic Centre)


by Chuck Gallagher

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