Status

The park is currently closed for the winter.

Welcome to the
Uxbridge Rotary Skate Park

This information can also be downloaded as a PDF document.

Please read carefully:

This is an unsupervised park.

This park was designed for skateboarding, bicycling, rollerblading and scootering. These are dangerous sports. Those that use this park are asked to follow the rules & etiquette of the sport for their own safety & the safety of others.

The Rules

  1. Persons entering this facility do so at their own risk.
  2. It is strongly recommended that all users of this facility wear appropriate protective equipment.
  3. Use caution when the facility is wet or leaf covered as the concrete surfaces will be slippery.
  4. Do not sit on any part of the skate park. Please use benches for spectator seating.
  5. No motorized vehicles permitted outside the parking area.

Etiquette

  • Wait for your turn.
  • Familiarize yourself with the lines of travel before using the facility.
  • Notify other skaters by calling out your intended line of travel.
  • Please help to keep the park clean.
  • Have fun & respect your fellow skaters.
  • If you have any questions or comments about this facility, please call 905-852-9181

The Skate Park Journey

The first Township of Uxbridge skate park was built in the 1980's. Since that time, temporary parks have come and gone.

In early 2011, the Township created two committees of council who were tasked to present recommendations for a location and a design of a permanent skate park within the urban area of Uxbridge. Upon completion of these tasks, the two became one committee with a mandate to raise the funds necessary to build the park. These hard working volunteers from youth to seniors are a reflection of our community.

This park would not have been possible without the support of the Township of Uxbridge, the Rotary Club of Uxbridge, the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Uxbridge Youth Centre and the generous donations of all those whose names can be found listed in this park.

This park belongs to the residents of Uxbridge. Please ensure the park is here in years to come by treating it and all you encounter here with respect.