Where to Skate NYC

Where to Skate in New York City

Skate Parks

Castle Point Skate Park (Hoboken NJ, 15 min walk from Path train)
McCarren Skate Park (Brooklyn)
Cooper Park Skate Park (Bushwick, BK)
Owl's Head Skate Park (Bay Ridge, BK)
Astoria Skate Park (Astoria, Queens)

Roller Rinks

BKLYN Skates (Brooklyn)
RollerJam USA (Staten Island)
Lakeside Prospect Park, seasonal (Brooklyn)
Branch Brook (Newark NJ)
Pier 2, seasonal (Brooklyn)
RollerWave (Pop Up)
Riverbank, seasonal (Manhattan)

Outdoor Trails & Recreational Areas

East River Platform of the East River Esplanade (Manhattan)
Hudson River Greenway (Manhattan)
Central Park Loop (Manhattan)
Prospect Park (Brooklyn)
Joseph F. Mafera Park (Queens)


Skaterobics, owned and operated by Tanya Dean. Check website for schedule of events and locations.
Brooklyn Zoo Skate Dance, taught by Cecile Klaus of the Miss'iles (Bushwick)

Breakfast Bowl

Breakfast Bowl is a (seasonal) skate meet-up hosted by the Five Stride crew & friends at various skate parks in New York City and surrounding areas. These quad skate sessions are open to all ages and skill levels and are BIPOC, LGBTQA+ and Non-Binary safe spaces. The dates & locations are announced a few weeks before on Instagram (@fivestride & @breakfastbowlskate) and on our Facebook page. We are hoping to return in Spring 2021.