9 a.m. - Noon: recommended for children/youth and beginner skaters
Closed when raining/snowing
Do not attend if you are ill (i.e. cough, runny nose, fever, etc)
Ensure you stay 2 metres away from others
Wash/sanitize hands often. Gloves are recommended
Girls Skate Night with Rude Girls Come out and join other passionate female skateboarders and work on your skateboarding skills in a fun and encouraging environment. Thursdays, July & August 6 p.m. on.
Youth Skatepark Ambassador Head down to the Banff Skatepark and hang-out with a designated young adult who will give you tips and help you learn some new tricks, talk about skate etiquette and demonstrate sweet moves. The ambassador will also have some great prizes to hand out to those working hard and sending out positive vibes. No equipment? No problem, we have skateboards, helmets and pads to lend out. Mondays & Tuesdays: 3 – 6 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays : 1 – 6 p.m. Note: helmets are required by persons under 18 years of age. No ambassador during rain
In case of emergency, call 911. The Skatepark address is on Sundance Road in the Banff Recreation Grounds.
Report damages to the Town of Banff at 403.762.1240
The Town of Banff is not responsible for any loss, damage or injury resulting from using the skatepark. Use at your own risk. The park is not supervised.
Safety First Helmets and other protective gear are highly recommended. Do not use the park when it’s wet, icy or covered in debris.
Keep your head up and watch for fly balls when the ball diamonds are in use.
Know the Etiquette Be friendly, watch out for others, wait your turn and put all garbage in the bins.
Obey the Law All Banff Recreation Facilities are non-smoking. No alcohol, no illegal drugs and no graffiti.