Skate Parks

The City of Virginia Beach operates three premier skate parks at Mount Trashmore Park, Williams Farm Park, and Woodstock Park. Additional skate facilities are available at neighborhood parks throughout Virginia Beach. All skate parks and facilities welcome users of all ages, and the use of parks listed below apply to all skate parks and facilities throughout the city.

​​​​​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’ rollover 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
This all-new, 30,000-square foot skate park features a well-rounded mix of transitional and street elements. The street course area contains features like custom ledges, rails, hips, wall rides, an A-frame ledge, and a long-curved transition wall catering to all skill levels and disciplines of riders. This area is highly visible and includes shade structures for viewing and resting, as well as native plantings.  You can also access the back area of this level and the upper-level street course using the connector sidewalk, without crossing the rideable area and interrupting the users. This area includes shaded viewing spots and features an intermediate to high-level rail, stair sets, a quarter pipe with extension, banks, and ledge runs from the top level down to the second level.  

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.

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 Hours of Operation

Mount Trashmore & Woodstock

Daily | 7:30 am - Posted Closing Time

Williams Farm 

Daily | 7:30 am - 9 pm

 Using the Parks

  • Skate parks and skate facilities are unsupervised - Use at your own risk.
  • In the event of an injury, call 911.
  • Helmets and Protective Gear are strongly recommended. 
  • Skateboards, bikes, razors, kick scooters, and rollerblades are permitted.
  • No electric, motorized, training wheels or “spark” apparatus are permitted.
  • Respect all users and skill levels.
  • Use park within your ability and skill level.
  • Courteous conduct is expected from all those using park facilities. Disruptive, inappropriate language or behavior is prohibited.
  • Smoking is not allowed in skate parks and skate facilities or at the entrance gate.
  • Food is not allowed in the skate park or skate facilities at any time.
  • Unauthorized access to skate parks and skate facilities after dark shall be considered trespassing (Williams Farm Skate Park - no trespassing after 9 pm). Violators will be prosecuted.
  • Spectators should remain outside the skate parks and skate facilities.
  • No animals allowed inside the skate parks and skate facilities.

 FAQ - Free Parks

Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation officially eliminated fees for use of its skate park facilities effective April 1, 2019. 

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 I just recently purchased my skate park pass (annual or day pass)?

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

Q: Will the rules for using the 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. 

 ​Inclement Weather

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