Outfitted with grind rails, fun boxes, ramps and so much more, the Natural State is home to some true concrete paradises. Tie your sneakers tight, grab your board, and head out to these 8 great skate parks in Arkansas.
This fenced-in, concrete park includes ramps, rails, steps, and a bowl. The well-used park was built by California Skate Parks and Wally Hollyday, the builders of Tony Hawk’s private skate area.
Fun boxes, grind rails, and a quarter pipe are just a few of the perks at this 11,000-square-foot concrete skate park. This Bentonville skate park features a small fun box, a large fun box, two grind rails, a more.
Kanis Skate Park is the City of Little Rock’s first build-to-skate bowl. From speed bumps and spines to Jersey barrier walls and a tombstone, this skate park is a must for any skater in the area.
You’ll find a U-shaped bowl with roll-ins, nooks, and crannies in this all-concrete park. Not only that, but also pyramids, fun boxes, rails, ramps, bumps and more.
Located at 300 Park Street, this park offers a half-pipe, two quarter ramps, and a centerpiece. Grab your board, any protective gear, and head down to this great park in Springdale.
Walker Skate Park is an 8,000-square-foot concrete park located at 10 West 15th Street in Fayetteville. Walter Park itself was the seconded park added to the parks system in Arkansas in 1949.
In this concrete park, you’ll find a mini-ramp, quarter pipe, a pyramid with rails, a fun box with a rail, launch ramp, and quarter pipe. That’s a lot for this small-town Skatep Park located at 3609 Race Street in Jonesboro.
Made of Skatelite, this skate park has a four-foot mini ramp with some ledges, a fun box, rails, and a quarter pipe. Labor Park Skate Park is located in the Paragould Labor Park Center.