Highland Skate Parks
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The Bellevue Skate Park provides a sense of community and ownership to all participants, regardless of age, experience or level of participation. This newly-remodeled indoor facility features three- and six-foot mini ramps, wall rides, banks, ledges, step-up gaps and a new indoor climbing wall. Bellevue's first skate park was created in 1994 as part of a Youth Link project. It is renovated annually by skateboarders. Over 25,000 skate boarders have joined since the park opened. Now there are two skateboarding facilities at Highland Park — the original Bellevue Skate Park, an indoor haven for boarders, and Highland Skate Plaza, an outdoor space devoted to street skating.
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.
Bellevue Indoor Skate Park - Winter, Spring and Fall Park Hours
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -
3 p.m. to 8 p.m. – Open Session
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. - Sno-Con Mondays - every first Monday
- Wednesday -
1 p.m. to 8 p.m. - Open Session
- Saturday & Sunday –
Noon to 1:30 p.m. - Open Session (ages 12 and under only)
1:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. - Open Session
- First Monday of each month at Bellevue Skate Park and/or Highland Plaza, depending upon the weather.
- 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
- Free with Bellevue Skate Park membership.
- Skateboard contests, raffles, product giveaways and barbecue.
Highland Outdoor Skate Plaza
This 13,000-square-foot skate park replicates some of the world's favorite street skate spots. Instead of half pipes or bowls, it has ledges, banks, stairs, rails, benches, barriers and a pole jam. This lighted plaza is free and open to all.
Indoor Skate Park Fees
Skate Park ID*
*The waiver release form must be completed and signed by a parent or guardian in the presence of a skatepark staff person. This is required for a skatepark membership card.
Helmets must be worn at all times.
- Pad rental/set - $1
- Board rental - $2
Facility Rentals - See Skate Park Flyer or call 425-452-2722 for more information.
Lessons are recommended for beginning skate park users. They cover how to ride ramps, drop-in, ollie and have fun skating. Experienced instructors provide step-by-step instructions on how to safely get up and begin skateboarding. One-on-one skate coaching is a quick way to learn.
Group lessons can be arranged outside of regular park hours. Call or stop by for scheduling, information or to meet the instructors. Get started on the right foot with these fun lessons! Lessons can Increase self-esteem and confidence in and outside of the park. Lessons are also available for non-beginners who are wanting to advance their skills and techniques.
Park Rules and Policies:
- Skatepark Waiver Release Form - The waiver release form must be completed and signed by a parent or guardian in the presence of a skatepark staff person. This is required for a skate park membership card.
- Helmets must be worn at all times.
- Membership ID must be shown on each visit to the park.
- If ID cards (and receipts) are lost, new ID card must be purchased.
- Scooters and BMX bikes are not permitted in the Skate Park.
- Park rentals must be paid in person no less than one week prior to rental.