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About the Skate Park

The Boulder Skate Park is an unsupervised, skate-at-your-own-risk facility, open from dawn to dusk. Know your ability and skate accordingly.

Valmont Park 11th Anniversary Celebration

Saturday, Aug. 13 | 1 - 4 p.m.

Bike or ride on over to the skate areas at Valmont and join us to celebrate Valmont Park's 11th anniversary! Enjoy dessert food trucks, a face painter, bike and skate demos, music, and more.

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Be courteous and respectful of others. Take turns. Have fun!

The Boulder Skate Park is designed for skateboarding and in-line skating only.

The following are not allowed at the Boulder Skate Park:

  • Wheeled devices with wheelbases longer than 20 inches.
  • Spectators or pets on skating surfaces.
  • Tagging, graffiti or defacement of city property. Please use the graffiti wall just north of the skate park.
  • Drugs or alcohol.
  • Liquids other than natural precipitation on the riding surface.
  • Food or drink on the riding surface.
  • Modifications to the skating surface.
  • Added ramps, jumps or other obstacles.
  • Riding on park structures not designed for skating.
  • Glass containers.

Place trash in receptacles. Report any skate park damage or trash overflow to the City of Boulder Parks Maintenance Division at 303-441-4406.

In an emergency, call 911. You are at 30th Street and Arapahoe Road.

The Boulder Skatepark Advisory Committee recommends

Know before you go

  • Helmets and other protective gear (knee and elbow pads, wrist and ankle guards) are strongly recommended.

  • Inspect the riding surfaces before you begin. Remove any trash, debris or objects that may prevent a smooth and safe ride.

  • Wet riding surfaces are dangerous! Don’t skate in wet conditions: rain, snow, ice, hail.

  • No riding during maintenance or when the Skatepark is closed.

  • Rules are subject to change as needed and without notice