Incline Skate Park
The Incline Skate Park is centrally located on the corner of State Route 28 (aka Tahoe Blvd.) and Southwood Blvd., next to the Middle School and Ball Fields. The Skate Park is free and open to the public.
The skate park features an intermediate/advanced section consisting of two (2) 5-foot-tall side-by-side bowls, connected with a spine in the middle. In the middle of the park is a 3-foot-tall fun box, and the entire right side of the small end is a 2.5-foot-tall bowl for beginners. Around the outside of the park, a street course is laid out in a flowing circle of features including an 8-foot-long flat rail, a 6-foot-long down rail, a set of 4 stairs, and a 10-foot-long downward ramp leading into the bowls. For a LIst of NRS guidelines please click here.
Incline Village Skate Park is available for group rentals for Incline Village and Crystal Bay residents and the general public. View details on the Group Rentals page.
Home to the Village Skate School Camps
The Incline Village Parks & Recreation Department hosts youth skateboarding camps and clinics led by Village Skate School directors Cedar Gateley and Clayton Green. Skaters of all abilities will improve their skills and have fun in these programs offered during the summer and fall.