Skate Parks

Bellevue Indoor Skate Park & Skate Shop -New design for 2017

14224 Bel-Red Road

This newly-remodeled indoor facility features a brand new vert ramp, three-foot mini ramp, a micro mini mega ramp, vert wall, 28 feet of pool coping on a six-foot ramp, as well as a variety of quarter-pipes, banks, rail, ledges and hubbas.  The brand new Pro Shop has been added to fulfill any skateboard and safety equipment needs. 

Bellevue's first skate park was created in 1994 as part of a Youth Link project. It is renovated annually by skateboarders. Over 100,000 skateboarders have joined since the park opened.  

Fall/Winter 2017 Skatepark flyer

Get Skating

Choose from a variety of activities including drop-in sessions, day camps, special events, birthday parties, day trips, rentals, competitions, lessons and professional demonstrations for all ages.

The park uses a membership system. Waivers and photo release forms are required. Helmets are mandatory.The Waiver Release Form must be completed and signed by a parent or guardian in the presence of Skatepark staff.


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Bellevue Skatepark 14224 Bel-Red RoadBellevue, WA 98007




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Fall/Winter Skate Park Hours

Monday, Thursday, Friday
3pm - 8pm | Open Session

3pm - 6pm | Open Session
6pm - 8pm | Ladies Night

1pm - 8pm | Open Session

Saturday, Sunday
12pm - 1:30pm | 12 & under
1:30pm - 7pm | Open Session

Park Waiver, Rules & Policies

  • The Waiver Release Form must be completed and signed by a parent or guardian in the presence of Skatepark staff.
  • Helmets must be worn at all times.
  • BMX bikes are not permitted in the Skatepark.
  • Scooters are not permitted in the Skatepark during regular Skatepark hours.

Bellevue Indoor Skatepark - Fees

Annual Membership
  • Bellevue Resident - $10
  • Non-Bellevue Resident - $12
Skate Session
  • Bellevue Resident - $5
  • Non-Bellevue Resident - $6
  • Visitor Day Pass - $10
10-Session Credit
  • Bellevue Resident - $45
  • Non-Bellevue Resident - $55
Equipment Rental
  • Pad Set Rental - $2
  • Helmet Rental - $2
  • Board Rental - $4

Skateboard Lessons

Bellevue Skate Park - Biddy Boarders One-on-one skate coaching is a quick way to learn.  Lessons include skateboard fundamentals, ramp riding, dropping in, and ollies.  Experienced instructors provide step-by-step instructions on how to safely get up and begin skateboarding.  Lessons can increase self-esteem and confidence in and outside of the park.  Lessons are also available for non-beginners who want to advance their skills and techniques.

Group lessons can be arranged outside of regular park hours.

Call 425-452-2722 or stop by for scheduling information or to meet the instructors.

  • Fee:   $25/ half-hour         
  • Ages:   All Ages  
  • Lessons are not available during Skate Camp weeks.

Skate Park Rentals (2-Hour Rental)

Two-Hour Park Rental 
  • Bellevue Residents - $160
  • Non-Bellevue Residents - $180
  • Scootering - $200
  • Safety equipment is included in rental fee.
Rental Upgrades:
  • Rental skateboards - $15.
  • Skateboard instruction - $40 per hour, per instructor. 
  • Over eight skaters requires two instructors for two hours.
Rental Availability:
  • Weekends from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Reservations must be made at least one week in advance of the rental date.

Other Bellevue Skateparks

This newly-renovated 13,000 square-foot skate plaza replicates some of the world's favorite street skate spots. Instead of half-pipes or bowls, it resembles everyday obstacles, including various ledges, banks, stairs, hubbas, rails, benches, gaps and barriers.

New for 2017, we have added a 24' flat bar, an across and down rail, and a 40' "slappy" curb. The surface has been refinished and is very smooth. The plaza is lit for evening skateboarding or rollerblading.

This state-of-the-art bowl was built by world-renowned Grindline skate park builders. Empty swimming pools paved the way for one of the earliest genres of skateboarding in the ‘70’s. This skate park was built to emulate a similar feel, but with modern additions.

The massive bowl’s depths range from 4’ to 9.5’. The bowl features an over-vertical ‘clamshell,’ multiple hips, escalators, tombstone and various coping made of steel and concrete.

Lakemont Community Park is smaller than a traditional skate park, this outdoor skate court includes a pyramid, ledges, a wall-ride and other obstacles. This skate court was designed for skateboarding and rollerblading.

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