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Skateboard Park

Skateboard park

Located on the north side of the Muskoseepi Park Pavilion in Centennial Park.

The Skateboard Park offers thrills for all levels of skaters and is open to any skateboarders, BMX riders, push scooters and inline skaters.

Motorized vehicles are not permitted.

We strongly recommend wearing a helmet, gloves and pads. Always skate/ride within your abilities to avoid injuries.

Muskoseepi Skatepark Expansion

The City recognizes that skateboarding, freestyle BMX bkie riding, in-line skating and parkour have become extremely popular in the community. The Muskoseepi Skateboard Park expansion will attract skateboarders from across the City and surrounding area and will create an aesthetically pleasing environment that appeals to non-skateboarders.

The construction of the park is scheduled to start in spring 2018, and is budgeted at $475,000.

Skatepark Concept Model Survey

Residents are invited to give their feedback on the updated proposed concept model for the Muskoseepi Skatepark expansion, in an online survey.

New Line Skateparks Inc. put out a survey in October of 2017 with two design concepts for the skatepark upgrade looking for feedback and further to that have now updated the concept model and are looking for final feedback.

Residents have until Monday, February 19th to provide their input. The survey can be found at,

New Line Skateparks Inc. have proposed the below concept model further to the feedback from the survey in 2017. Muskoseepi Skatepark Expansion-Concept Model (PDF, 5.01MB).

2018 Model Concept 1


2018 Model Concept 2


2018 Model Concept 3 
Last updated: 2/16/2018 9:55:48 AM