Skate Parks

​​​​​The City of Virginia Beach operates three premier skate parks located in Mount Trashmore Park, Williams Farm Park, and Woodstock Park. Skate parks welcome users of all ages.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Mount Trashmore Skate Park

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​310 Edwin Drive | (757) 385-2995​
​24,000 square foot skate park with a two level half pipe of 5’ and 6’ heights and an attached quarter pipe.  The park also includes a 5’ spine, a 2.5’ roll over with grind rails and a variety of arced and straight grind rails and boxes.. Adjacent to the skate park is a competition-sized vert ramp that stands at a massive 13.5 feet tall and 40 feet wide. The skate park components are steel framed with all ramps covered with Ramp Armor as the skating surface for skateboarders, inline skaters, and BMX bikers to enjoy.​

Woodstock Park Skate Plaza

5709 Providence Road | (757) 366-4538
10,400 square feet of concrete skateable area and 3,200 square feet of interior green space. The plaza contains a five-foot tall quarter pipe, vert wall, rails, hubba ledges, radial ledges, stairs and handrails to provide endless skating action.

​​​Closure Notice:  Beginning June 1, Woodstock Park will be closed for improvements​​.

Williams Farm Skate Park

5269 Learning Circle | (757) 385-3064 | Take a virtual tour
25,000 square foot, concrete skate park that features a tiered bowl, flow park and urban skate plaza with LED lighting.​​​​​​​​​​

 Skate Pass Info

Free ​Skate Parks
Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation is officially doing away with fees for use of its skate park facilities​. Between February 1 and March 31, new users will be charged a one-time prora​​ted ​fee​. Existing customers whose passes expire before March 31 will have their pass extended as a courtesy at no additional charge.​​

Registration Information
Skate park participants will need to present a skate park pass for entry into the parks. An annual pass is valid for one-year from date of purchase and provides access to all Virginia Beach skate parks. Day passes are also available for th​​ose who do not have an annual pass.​

To obtain a skate park pass, download an appl​​​ication and bring the completed form and payment with you to the park office between 9 am and two hours prior to the park closing time​. Parent/guardian will need to complete the application for any minor and be present to obtain a skate park pass and provide documentation for proof of residency.​

​Skate park pass fees assist with the cost of staffing and maintaining our skate parks. Annual pass fee may be paid by check, money order, or cash. ​Da​y pass fee must be paid by cash. We are unable to accept credit card payments. 

​SKATE pass fees february 1 - 28, 2019  ​​March 1 - 31, 2019
​Youth (17 & under) ​$3 ​$2
​Adult (18 & up) ​$6 ​$4
Virginia Beach Residents: To receive the resident rate, you will need to provide a state-issued driver’s license or DMV ID card with a Virginia Beach address.​ 

You may also provide a photo ID along with one of the following proofs of residency:

  • ​​Pers​​onal check with current addres​s​
  • ​Car registration/insurance policy
  • ​Current bank statement
  • ​Federal or state tax return
  • ​Current utility or cable bill
  • ​Personal property tax statement
  • ​Mortgage paperwork
  • ​​Voter registration card​
  • ​Current lease
Note: The name on the Photo ID must matched the name on the supporting documentation. Post Office (PO) Box addresses do NOT fulfill residency requirement

Military discounts are not provided; however, military members residing in Virginia Beach are eligible for the resident rate.

Replacement Pass

If your pass is lost, a replacement pass can be made for $5 (cash only). Replacement pass expiration date will be the same as the original expiration date.​​​​​​

 FAQ - Free Parks

Q: Why is Parks & Recreation eliminating the dog park and skate park fees?

A: One of the department's goals is to improve access to parks and programs for our residents. Eliminating these nominal fees is a great step in that direction. Improved customer service and increased efficiencies are other important reasons for the change.  There will be less of a burden on customers to complete a cumbersome process and conduct travel to off-site locations to complete transactions.

Q: What if my pass has expired and I want to use the dog/skate park before April 1?

A: As a courtesy to our existing customers, those whose dog park registration or skate park membership expires before April 1 will have their registration or membership extended at no additional charge.​

Q: What if I just recently purchased my pass?

A: You may be entitled to a prorated refund. Email for information, or visit any community recreation center.

Q: If I have never visited a dog/skate park before and want to do so before April 1, how much will it cost me?

A: New customers who wish to use these facilities before April 1 will be charged a nominal prorated fee as follows -


Purchase in February - $3, valid until March 31, 2019

Purchase in March - $2, valid until March 31, 2019


Purchase in February – Youth $3, Adult $6, valid until March 31, 2019

Purchase in March – Youth $2, Adult $4, valid until March 31, 2019

*Same fees apply to both residents and non-residents for both dog parks and skate parks.​

Q: Will the rules for using the dog/skate parks change once passes are no longer required? How will they be enforced?

A: All safety rules and customer usage expectations still apply including wearing helmets at the skate parks, etc. Dog park users must still have a current VB dog license and current rabies vaccination. New regulation signs will be posted at the dog parks and skate parks in late March. Park Staff will continue to keep the Dog Waste Stations stocked with bags and will monitor use as Park operations allow, however Park Staff will no longer be issuing or checking Dog Park Passes.  Any incidents or bites after April 1 should be reported to Police Animal Control at (757) 385-5000.  Per City Code, all dogs in Virginia Beach are required to be licensed and have current rabies vaccination.​

 Hours of Operation

​​Mount Trashmore & Woodstock

Day after Labor Day through June 15: 

Monday - Friday* | 2 pm - posted park closing time​ 
Saturday & Sunday | 10 am - posted park closing time​

*Exceptions: During Virginia Beach City P​ublic Schools' Spring Break & Winter Break, skate parks will open at 10 am.

June 16 through Labor Day:

Open Daily | 10 am - posted park closing time​​​​

Williams Farm 

Open Daily | 8 am - 9 pm​​

 Using the Parks

  • All skate park participants must wear an industry standard helmet. Protective pads
    are strongly encouraged. Park staff reserve the right to deny access or use due to
    inappropriate equipment.​
  • Skateboards, bikes, razors, kick scooters, and rollerblades are permitted.
  • No electric, motorized, training wheels, or “spark” apparatus are permitted.
  • Courteous conduct is expected from all those using park facilities. Disruptive language or behavior is prohibited.​
  • Inappropriate behavior/actions and language, including failing to obey park
    safety requirements and rules, will result in disciplinary action and may result in
    the loss of skate park privileges.
  • Smoking is not allowed in the skate park or at the entrance gate.
  • Food is not allowed in the skate park at any time.
  • Skate parks will be closed on holidays as posted at the facility.
  • Park staff reserve the right to open or close skate parks as needed.​
  • ​Unauthorized access to skate parks after posted operating hours or when the facility is closed due to safety or maintenance reasons shall be considered trespassing. Violators will be prosecuted.​

 ​Inclement Weather

​In the event of rain, snow or other condensation on the ramps or concrete, the skate park will close until park staff determine the facility safe for use.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​