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The Best Skate Parks In Huntsville, Alabama (Updated)

The Best Skate Parks In Huntsville, Alabama (Updated 2023)

I recently learned that 42 skateboarders passed away in 2011 in the United States. Seventy-one percent of the 42 skaters who perished were involved in car accidents. Even though I am aware that this is very old, learning about it made me sad. The only thing I am certain of is that nobody likes to skate on the road.

The only reason I could interpret here is the lack of skate parks. Most skaters aren’t aware of skateparks in their cities. So today, I decided to cover the skate parks in Huntsville Alabama. As a skater myself, I have visited all 4 of them and can vouch for a worthy visit.

I have also collected all the information just for you guys so that you know where you are going. Starting from the smallest details of the park to directions and routes, I have covered it all in this article.

Top 4 Skate Parks In Huntsville, Alabama

Here are the top 4 skate parks in Huntsville that will not leave you disappointed. If you are ever here in Huntsville and are a skater, you should certainly give them a visit.

1.     Huntsville Skatepark

The Huntsville skatepark is the first public skate park to exist here in Alabama. The build was completed in the year 1982, and since then, it has been known for its legacy. Additionally, it is also the first cement skate park here.

Cement skate parks were not so available back in time. Considering it’s from 1982, using cement for their skateparks was still new and innovative. However, that doesn’t mean the structure is still from 1982. They have developed with time.

Features of the park

  • Compatible with skateboarding, rollerblading, BMX, scooter
  • Graphically designed concrete surface
  • You will find a wedge ramp, flat rail, pyramid, mini ramp, stair set, and kink rail


  • Helmets are a must

Directions and Routes

From TJ Max Department Store, go through Airport Road SW and then move to  Memorial PKWY SW. You will come across Edgar’s bakery. The park is right beside the bakery.

Other Information

  • Location: https://goo.gl/maps/UcUGWnhZysQtjSdy7
  • Address: 120 Cleveland Ave NW, Huntsville, AL 35801, USA
  • Riding Type: Skateboarding, Rollerblading, BMX, and scooter
  • Skate Hours: 24 Hours (Mon-Sun)
  • Cost fee: Free
  • Instructors: No
  • Number of participants: Up to 50 at a time
  • Size: 7500 square feet
  • Lights: Yes
  • Opened: 1982
  • Type of skatepark: Outdoor

2.     John Hunt Park Championship Soccer Stadium

This has to be one of the largest skateboard parks you can ever find. With a whopping 428-acre site that is in the heart of Huntsville. This place outnumbers all the skateparks Huntsville. Name every sport, and you will find a place for it here.

Similarly, the facilities are wholesome. The park was designed by the government, Huntsville Parks & Recreation, and left no space for complaining. However, there are some undisclosed rental fees that you have to pay.

Features of the park

  • A place where the press can be present
  • Toilet facilities
  • Stadium seating
  • Internet access is available
  • Sound system for play-by-play commentary and music
  • Shower rooms in locker rooms
  • Specific parking spot


  • The skatepark is not open to children under the age of six
  • Users under the age of 12 must have parental or guardian supervision
  • Animals and pets are not permitted

Directions and Routes

From the U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum, take the Old Airport Road SW to the Airport Road SW. From there take a left, and the park should be spottable from there.

Other Information

  • Location: https://goo.gl/maps/zjPytDhQWkYqf1t3A
  • Address: 2411 9th Avenue SW Huntsville, AL 35805
  • Email: james.gossett@huntsvilleal.gov
  • Telephone: 256-564-8026
  • Website: https://www.huntsvilleal.gov
  • Riding Type: Skateboard, scooter, and BMX
  • Skate Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Cost fee: Undisclosed rental fee
  • Instructors: No
  • Number of participants: N/A
  • Size: 18643680 square feet
  • Lights: Yes
  • Opened: N/A
  • Design: Huntsville Parks & Recreation
  • Type of skatepark: Outdoor

3.     Roller time

The Roller time has to be one of the most unique Huntsville skateparks. If you are bored of dining at restaurants and movies, here’s something unique. Skateboarding is always an option when it comes to having fun. As a result, roller time has to be one of the best places to spend time with family.

The staff members always wear masks, and their service is flawless. Lastly, the way you can celebrate an occasion here is breathtaking.

Features of the park

  • Online booking
  • Family-friendly sessions
  • Adult sessions
  • You can celebrate any occasion here with a private area for your group


  • Weapons, glass containers, cans, alcoholic beverages, and chewing gum are not allowed
  • Helmets are mandatory
  • No food or drink should be carried into the skatepark in an unopened container, and no glass containers of any form

Directions and Routes

You will encounter Alabama Bonds Fast after leaving the Huntsville, Alabama DMV office on Church St. NW. From there, take a left toward the Arcadia Cir NW.

Other Information

  • Location: https://goo.gl/maps/bV6nLWGxdeY3oJZE8
  • Address: 707 Arcadia Cir NW, Huntsville, AL, 35801
  • Email: rollertime@gmail.com
  • Telephone: 256-489-7655
  • Website: https://www.rollertime.com/
  • Riding Type: Rollerskating only
  • Skate Hours:
    • Monday– 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
    • Tuesday– Closed
    • Wednesday– Closed
    • Thursday– 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
    • Friday– 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
    • Saturday– 1:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
  • Cost fee: $3.00- $12.00 Per Person ( Varies per day and time)
  • Instructors: Yes
  • Number of participants: N/A
  • Size: N/A
  • Lights: Yes
  • Opened: N/A
  • Design: N/A
  • Type of skatepark: Indoor

4.     Skating In The Park

This is a place where you want to be spending your holiday.  With a maximum capacity of holding 125 people in a single turn, you are welcome with your family and friends.

Opened just 10 years ago, Skating In The Park has made its way to the top with excellent customer service. Even though it’s not free of cost to enter here, but every penny would be worth it.

Features of the park

  • Portable restrooms
  • Benches are located in multiple areas for spectators
  • Food carts available


  • Age 7 is the minimum recommended age
  • Safety guards are mandatory
  • Viewing from outside the skating area’s border is required for spectators

Directions and Routes

It is right beside the famous Pane E Vino Pizzeria, Huntsville. Besides the pizza place, you will find the Huntsville Museum of Art. Skating In The Park is right around the corner from the museum.

Other Information

  • Location: https://goo.gl/maps/qTodrSjNXkM72zys6 
  • Address: 200 Church St SW, Huntsville, AL 35801, United States
  • Telephone: +1 256-529-7995
  • Website: https://hsvmuseum.org/events/skating-in-the-park/
  • Riding Type: Ice Skating
  • Skate Hours:
    • Monday – Thursday: 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
    • Friday: 4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
    • Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
    • Sunday: 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  • Cost fee:
    • $15 Ages 10 & up
    • $10 Ages 9 and under
    • $13 Groups of 10 or more
    • $5 Scooter rental
    • $5 Discount if you bring your own skates
    • 10% Discount at the Museum Store when you show your skating wristband
  • Instructors: No
  • Number of participants: Up to 50 at a time
  • Size: 4500 square feet
  • Lights: Yes
  • Opened: 2012
  • Type of skatepark: Outdoor


To conclude, that was our top 4 skate parks in Huntsville Alabama. Each of them is worth a visit if you like to do recreational things such as skateboarding. My main motive here was to aware you guys in Huntsville that there are skateparks in your city, and they are exceptionally good.

Skaters, don’t spend any more time skating on the streets. Rather, hop on to the skateparks and skate the way you want without any risk of accidents.

About the author

This is Kyle Spinks from Butte MT, USA. A skateboarding expert and lover since 2019. skateupdates.com is my blog where I share my skateboarding life experience daily or weekly. If you're a beginner skater, I'll advise you to follow my blog daily.

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