Looking for spots around Dubai where the kids can skate and scoot freely? We got you! Check out these 7 skate parks in Dubai that the kids will love. Grab the skates, scooters or bikes and let the kids burn off their energy at one of these skate parks.
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Town Square Skate Park
Visit Town Square Skate Park with your family or friends to experience the thrill of skating in a wide space with ramps that’s suitable for scooters, skateboards and inline skates.
XDubai Skate Park, Kite Beach
For the cool kids, here is a park made for skaters by skaters set on the beachfront of Kite Beach! It’s the largest multi-faceted facility in the UAE, with skate areas for beginners right through to professionals.
Kids can go on their skateboards and scooters alike. Not to mention that there’s a beach a few steps away and lots of restaurants around too for some delicious food.
Bay Avenue Skate Park
This skatepark is located between the jogging track and the vast green lawn behind the Bay Avenue shopping mall. Open for skaters of all ages and skill levels with ramps to drop in, ledges, rails and concrete slopes to grind.
What’s better is that there’s loads of restaurants around so you can grab a bite to eat afterwards too. It’s a great spot for lots of family fun.
Skate Park at The Block
The Skate Park at The Recreational Block Park is the place where you and your family can skate by the water, surrounded by design, greenery and views of the skyline with the chance to relax and unwind afterwards. There are ramps also permit BMX bikes, rails and half pipes that are suitable for beginners and all levels.
Al Mamzar Skate Park
Al Mamzar Skate Park is a great place where families, children and youth can get active. It has a 12 foot half pipe and safe ramps encourage lots of fun for the older kids. So head town this weekend with the family.
Arabian Ranches Skate Park for Residents
Located near the Al Reem community gatehouse, the skate park offers a selection of custom-built ramps for skateboarders and BMX enthusiasts. The ramps are surfaced with a special coating that offers fantastic grip, whilst various rails give multiple opportunities to ‘grind’ and ‘ollie’. Floodlights mean the action can go on well into the night and several benches provide a great spot from which to watch.
Damac Hills Skate Park
Check this 2,000 square metre skatepark at Damac Hills. Set against a lush green landscape and located within the heart of the thriving community, the skatepark is designed for trick skating and offers residents a one-of-a-kind leisure venue for skaters of all levels.
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