Our mobile skatepark (skatium) travels around Kitchener each summer. The skatepark is also available for rentals.

On this page:

  1. Summer schedule
  2. Features
  3. Rules
  4. Rentals
  5. Other skateparks

Summer schedule

Our skatepark travels to different community centres during the summer.

For summer 2024, the mobile skatepark will be at these locations on these dates:

  • July 2 to 5: Country Hills Community Centre
  • July 8 to 12: Williamsburg Sobeys parking lot
  • July 15 to 19: Stanley Park Community Centre
  • July 22 to 26: Bridgeport Community Centre
  • July 29 to August 2: Huron Community Centre
  • August 6 to 9: Jean Steckle Public School
  • August 12 to 16: Grand River Recreation Complex
  • August 26 to 30: Victoria Hills Community Centre
  • September 3 to 6: Chandler Mowat Community Centre

For dates in July, the skatepark will be open from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. For dates in August and September, the skatepark will be open from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.


Features

Our mobile skatepark features:

  • ramps
  • quarter pipe
  • fly-over box
  • kicker ramps
  • grind box
  • grind rails

Helmets are mandatory when using the skatepark and we can provide extras. Loaner skateboards are also available. For more information, please contact us at 226-751-6403.


Rules

  • a helmet is required
  • we recommend using elbow and knee pads
  • do not use the skatepark during wet or icy conditions
  • take turns
  • place all garbage in the containers provided
  • inspect the skatepark ahead to ensure safe conditions

We are not responsible for any loss, damage or injuries resulting from use of the skatepark.


Rentals

You can rent the mobile skatepark for events.

  • includes:
    • delivery of trailer
    • set-up of elements and supervision of the program by two staff for three hours
    • ramps, quarter pipe, fly-over box, kicker ramps, grind box and grind rails
    • loaner helmets, skateboards and scooters
  • helmets are mandatory when using the skatepark.
  • The Corporation of the City of Kitchener staff persons are solely responsible to transport, set-up, supervise the operations, and take down the Doon Skatium Mobile Skateboard Park.
  • for rentals not on city property, the renters must provide a Certificate of Liability Insurance (minimum coverage $2 million) including The Corporation of the City of Kitchener an additional insured.

For more information, please contact us at 226-751-6403.


Other skateparks

Find other skateparks on our outdoor fitness options page.