Do your kids love to do tricks on their scooter or bike but your homemade ramps and jumps are loosing their appeal? There are a few skate parks within a short driving distance from Rochester, MN and they have quite the appeal to skate enthusiasts! Check out our list below. If you know of one not listed, send us the details! We’d love to include as many as possible.
From the middle of downtown follow Broadway Avenue north past Civic Center Drive, then turn right on 7th Street. The park is up on your right next to the Silver Lake Swimming Pool.
Address: 840 7th ST NE, Rochester, MN 55906Website
Over The Top is an indoor facility which has an 8,000 square foot skatepark and rock climbing wall. It has been open since June 2010. Open to anyone Ages 6 and up. All participates must have a waiver on file. If the participate is under the age of 18 their parent or guardian must also sign the waiver. Helmets Required!
Address: 61297 390th Ave Zumbro Falls, MN 55991Website
It features a new 9 hole disc course, children’s play area, and a small skate park. It has plenty of room to grow, and plenty of separation between the three main features.
Address: 600 W Veterans Memorial Hwy, Kasson, MN 55944Website
Well maintained skate park with ample ramps and jumps. Nicely spaced and with a variance in difficulty.
Address: Eyota, MNWebsite
The Bike/Skate Park is a Tier I park. It is free to use by all patrons. Helmets are required to be used at the Park, and other safety equipment such as elbow and knee pads are strongly recommended.
Directions – From Rochester follow Hwy 14 West towards Mankato. Then take the Interstate 35 North towards Minneapolis. Take the first exit at Bridge Street and go right towards downtown. As soon as you pass the river make an immediate right onto Walnut Avenue. Go down and make a right on School Street. Follow it inside the city park just past the baseball diamond and make a left. It will be straight ahead at the end of the parking lot.
Address: 350 School Street, Owatonna, MN 55060Website
Leuth Park is located by the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse. Leuth Park is well known for the skate park. Outside of the skate park, there is many things to do. There is a playground, shelter, a softball field, and plenty of open space.