Skateboarding in Western Montana


Skate Parks in Western Montana

Skate Parks in Western Montana

Land the perfect 360 with 360 degrees of phenomenal views. Western Montana's larger communities offer skateparks for visitors looking to boardslide and ollie alongside our talented locals. Plus, don't miss the chance to experience the skate parks funded by Jeff Ament (of Pearl Jam fame) through his nonprofit organization, showcasing his commitment to the skateboarding community and enhancing Montana's communities and recreational offerings. Got a skater in the family? Make one of our skateparks a stop on your family vacation.

Alberton Skatepark

This uniquely shaped, 7,000 square feet skatepark has a little something for everyone, giving beginning and novice skateboarders, bicyclists, and scooterists a place they can perfect their skills.

811 Railroad Ave., Alberton

Circle 13 Skatepark

This 13,000 square feet facility in the Bitterroot Valley’s Claudia Driscoll Park features multiple bowls plus streetscape elements with open space in the center, and its design caters to both beginners and experts alike.

200 N. 10th St., Hamilton

Clinton Skatepark

The multi-use Clinton Skatepark features a concrete pump track and learning area with flatter, slower features for beginners and serves as a vibrant community gathering space.

10011 Stitt St., Clinton

Darby Skatepark

This 10,000 square feet park offers a range of challenging obstacles and features for skateboarders, BMX riders, and inline skaters of all skill levels, including a variety of ramps, rails, stairs, ledges, and other more. There are multiple bowls and transitions as well.

318 Rodeo Road, Darby

Dave Olseth Memorial Skatepark

This Whitefish Skatepark has 21,500 square feet of riding, including a skateable fish and bear sculpture. Expanded in 2023, it is now the second-largest skatepark in Montana.

290 Armory Road, Whitefish

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Mobash Skatepark

Located in Missoula on the south side of the Clark Fork River, Mobash was named one of the top five skateparks in the country by Amazing Gridline. It has an expansive transition section complete with a cradle and kidney bowl and rad street section with buttery granite ledges. It’s also lit for night skateboarding.

15 S. Orange St., Missoula

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Polson 7th Avenue Skatepark

This Polson skatepark features a transition section that varies from mellow to deep vert with the "helmet." It also has a super fun pyramid, and a large step gap.

613 7th Ave. W in the Polson Sports Complex

St. Ignatius Skatepark

The skatepark includes a clover bowl, a one-of-a-kind feature in Montana. The clover bowl features a traditional deep end and a mellow shallow end with plenty of room to get over the stairs. There’s also a spine in the mini ramp section with rollovers on either side.

357 Mission Drive, St. Ignatius

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Stevensville Skatepark

At 11,000 square feet, this Bitterroot Valley skatepark features some pretty great bowls and a cool street section.

306 W. 2nd St., Stevensville

Superior Skatepark

This community skatepark features multiple bowls that run together to form the great Snake Run bowl, and is accessible to skateboards, bikes, and scooters.

409 5th Ave. E., Superior

Thunder Park

Thunder Park stretches over 12,500 square feet and is modeled after one of the most famous pools in skateboarding history, the classic Big-O Skatepark in Orange, California.

7-23 Starr School Road, Browning

Woodland Skatepark

This park features a large bowl with various hips plus a smaller bowl. The deepest section is nine feet, and there are a few street features here, too, including rails. The mini ramp at the park’s north end offers beginners a more approachable practice area.

Woodland Park Drive, Kalispell

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