Surf & Skate
1 South Main Street
South Toms River
2 Buildings filled with giant pro size half-pipe, mini ramps, grindable
stuff, pro shop and Food Court. Skateboarding, inline, or BMX.
Ashland Evangelical Presbyterian Church
33 East Evesham Ave.
A street course for skateboarders, inliners, and BMXers every Saturday
from 12:00pm to 5:00pm in the church parking lot. During the summer
months on Tuesdays from 2:00pm until dusk. 2 separate courses with
small quarter pipes, spines, box jumps, grind boxes, rails, etc.
85 Third Street
A 4.3 acre uniquely designed skate park featuring three distinct
skating areas. The Skatium is a 185-foot by 85-foot
roller hockey rink for Roller Hockey, Recreational Skating, Instructional
Skating and Special Events. Xtreme Scene is an extreme
skateboarding and inline skating area, approximately ½ acre
in size consisting of 2 Free Standing Grind Rails, Manual Box, 5
Radiused Wedges with 42 Kicker, 3 Tall Fun Box with
Grind Rail, Launch & Flat Planter, 6 Quarter Pipe attached
to a 5 Raked Quarter Pipe with a 4 Quarter Pipe Hipped
with Start Ramp and Rail. The ramps and grinds are suitable for
beginner to expert skaters. Skate Trail is a 1000-foot
long perimeter path which provides skaters with a looped area to
skate for fun and fitness. The path includes some steep slopes as
well as level areas.Parking is available for 23 cars, as well as
bus and van parking. There are restrooms and a small picnic area.
All of the parks facilities are handicapped accessible and
the Skatezone is a complete Drug Free and Smoke Free facility. The
park will be open year round, weather permitting, and will be fully
staffed and supervised.
86 Union Street (1 block south of Route
Approximately 30,000 square feet outdoor skatepark with, starting
Bank, pyramid, spine ramp, fun box, quarter pipe & bank ramp,
quarter pipe with bump, cement block, S-Curve ledge, half pipe and
quarter pipe. Must have photo ID card or member pass. Admission
Gravity Park at Mountain Creek
Nearly 20,000 square feet of mini ramps, launch ramps, fun boxes,
rails and an 8 foot vert ramp. All guests are required to review
and sign a waiver before entering the park.
Sports Park and Skating Arena
13 Route 57
A 43,000 sq ft indoor facility for in-line skating, bikes, and skateboards.
One side had a 16,0000 sq ft extreme park, the other side is a 23,000
sq ft roller rink. The rest of the building includes a snack bar,
pro shop, offices and 5 party rooms.
A 10,000 square foot outdoor skate park, one of the largest facilities
of its kind in the state.
The park has been designed for kids of all ages. Beginners can build
theirs skills on the various low elements many of which are no more
than two feet high, while the more experienced skaters can work
any of the three different grind rails over to the twelve foot wide
and five foot high half pipe. The park will also host special nights
for bicycles and various different tournaments. The Park will be
the newest addition to the Robert Wilson Community Center that hosts
a public beach, beach volleyball, tennis courts, a basketball court,
and their comprehensive indoor facilities. In addition, following
the completion of the Skate Park a street/roller hockey field will
485 Locust Street
60 foor mini ramp, rhythm section and street course with 6Ft Hip
Quarter with sub-box. Boards, blades and bikes.
T's Play Zone
200 Pleasant Valley Way
An indoor skate park. Price is $19.99 per person and includes 2
slices of pizza or hot dogs, soda, arcade games and up to 10 rides.
Also on the premesis is their Play
Lower Township Skateboard Park
2600 Bayshore Rd.
Flybox w/stairs, mini half-pipe, launch ramp, slider and funbox.
1900 Carman Street
NJ Turnpike Exit 13A (next to IKEA)
The largest skateboard pipe in New Jersey, 13' vert ramp and a 4'
mini-ramp, a new indoor Xtreme street course and skateboard lessons
are also available.
1585A Route 73 South (near the Pennsauken
Bikes, boards and blades.