With mild winters and warm summers, skateboarding weather is available all year-round in Alabama. You don’t have to bring your board far to find a great spot to skate. With parks equipped with half pipes, rails, and bowls ranging in size, Alabama has a place for every boarder to sharpen their skills. Here are the 8 best in the state.
Located in Palmore Park, this skate park is surrounded by beautiful scenery. Palmore features a challenging skate rail and several bowls that are worth a visit.
Featuring two quarter pipes, stairs, grind rails, a half pipe and more across a 6,000-square-foot skate park, Foley is a skateboarder’s paradise!
Cox Creek is an outdoor park with everything a skater needs. With a recently-installed bowl, they have a small four set, a handrail, and much more.
If you’re looking for a larger skate park with plenty of space, Insanity is the park for you. Insanity is a private skate park with both in-ground concrete and above-ground ramps including a full-size half pipe.
Enjoy a concrete park with kidney shaped bowl and street area with stairs, rails, and a pyramid. The park is 7,500 square feet, and is easy to get to.
What sets Johnnie Sims Park apart from other skate parks is the beautiful surrounding scenery. The Skate park shares a campus with a soccer field, kids park, and much more. Johnnie Sims Park is a must visit for parents with multiple children with different interests.
Fairhope’s skate park is known for its spacious setting. It also includes long ledges and rails that make for a great outdoor skating experience.
Built by California Skateparks, Veterans Park has everything you need for a killer time. The plaza includes obstacles such as ledges, stairs, handrails and manual pads, plus the Skull Bowl which has real pool tile and pool coping.