Live in Mississauga and looking for a place to skate this summer? Depending on where you live, we are going to lay down your options for your summer skate.
705 Matheson Blvd.
One of the largest skate parks in Ontario this park has features that will appeal to any rider from the novice to advanced to professional. This is by far the location to be if you’re looking to get some serious skating in.
3715 Thomas St.
This small skate park is well know to locals in the Erin Mills Area as a local hangout. It has a few smaller features and is recommended for the rookie skater.
Port Credit Memorial Park
22 Stavebank Rd. South
Located right by the lake and just a stone throw away from Lakeshore road with lots of shops to satisfy any craving you may have while skating.
Mississauga Civic Centre
300 City Centre Dr.
Right in the centre of the city, the Mississauga City Centre skate park is the perfect spot for testing out those new decks purchased at Square One as well as taking in the Downtown Mississauga views.
342 Derry Road E.
Located in Malton, this local park has a few features to help any skater master a few new tricks.
Clarkson Community Centre
2475 Truscott Dr.
This skate park features an environment for skateboarders from beginner all the way to advanced.
This skate park also the only park in Mississauga to offer lessons.
830 Paisley Blvd.
Spacious cement park that has multiple ramps and rails for any skill level of skateboarder.
South Common Community Centre
2233 South Millway
Located outside the South Common Community Centre is another of Mississauga’s skateboard parks that offers elements for first timers to the intermediate skater.