Skateboarding and rollerblading in Paris

Published by Rizhlaine F. · Published on 2 June 2021 at 15h47
Looking for the best skateparks and roller parks in Paris? Hold on to your blades, here are the best spots in town!

Calling all skaters in town, you quest for the best skating locations in Paris ends here. From the most famous ones to the newcomers, here are some skateparks and places where you can train as much as you want. For skateboard fans, as well as rollerblading or BMX enthusiasts, you know where to go to have fun!

Bercy park

This is undoubtedly one of the most famous locations. Bercy’s skatepark is also a place of meeting where skaters and street artists share the place. Some hurtle down big banisters and make figures while the others, cans of paint in hands transform the place depending on their inspirations. As a result, this skatepark is always changing of face and you can discover new works every day.

Bercy skatepark
Rue Raymond Aron, 75012 Paris
Free access

Place de la République

Since renovations ended, the Place de la République is more alive than ever. Reflecting pool, frequent entertainments, the place has become a true place of life and has been quickly taken over by skating sports fans. It now features banisters as well as pyramids made available to you and thanks to which you can show off your talent in front of passerby.

Place de la République
Free access

By the Quai de Jemmapes

For a skating session with almost your feet in the water, come to the skatepark set Quai de Jemmapes. It is set by the Canal Saint-Martin and is a spot sometimes quiet, sometimes overcrowded regularly housing parties on sunny days.

Skatepark Quai de Jemmapes
146 Quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Paris
Free access

A stone’s throw from the Bourse

Very discreet, this skatepark is like a genuine course of obstacles. This is a line especially created for skating on which you find several modules to change figures however you want to: pyramid, curb, radical quarter, the spot is often little crowded, so enjoy!

Léon Cladel skatepark
Rue Léon Clader, 75002 Paris
Free access

By La Muette

Here, we can speak of a BOWL, a spot we unfortunately do not see much within Paris. set in the Stade de la Muette, make the most of it thanks to varied modules including curbs of different sizes. If you want to be in peace, we recommend you avoid Wednesdays or weekends.

La Muette Bowl
Monday to Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
60 boulevard Lannes, 75016 Paris

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