Scituate Skatepark

Scituate Skatepark, Scituate, MA, USA

Owned By: Town of Scituate

This town-owned concrete skatepark is situated amongst tennis and basketball courts and literally wraps around a street hockey rink. It features a mini ramp,  a pump track, and a street area. It is located next to Kazlousky Park, behind Scituate’s new Gates Middle School, 460 First Parish Road.




The Scituate Skatepark was designed by Spohn Ranch and constructed in 2016 by Misiano Skate Parks.

This land is within the region of the Massachuseuk (or Massachusett) Native American tribe.

Habitats and Wildlife

This mostly-grassy property has some scattered maple, sassafras, pine and oak trees.

The Scituate Skatepark is located within the watershed of First Herring Brook, which finds its source in Scituate in the area west of Route 3A, between First Parish Road and Old Oaken Bucket Road. It flows through the First Herring Brook Reservoir, and downstream to Old Oaken Bucket Pond, passing through two dams. Below the historic Stockbridge Grist Mill, at the Driftway, it flows into Herring River, a major tributary to the North River. Herring River flows into the North River just upstream of its outlet to the sea.

Scituate Skatepark, Scituate, MA, USA

Historic Site: No

Park: Yes

Beach: No

Boat Launch: No

Lifeguards: No

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Parking: On-site parking behind Gates Middle School and Scituate High School. Pedestrian access from Cedarwood Road.

Cost: Free


Trash receptacles, street hockey rink, basketball courts, tennis courts, disc golf course.

Scenic Views: Yes

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