About Skateboard Scotland
Skateboard Scotland is the official governing body for skateboarding in Scotland.
We are a membership based organisation which has been working since 2003 to improve and develop the skateboarding scene across Scotland.
Skateboard Scotland is run by skaters for skaters.
Our aims include encouraging the development of world-class facilities, helping community groups get local skateparks built, running competitions and events, attracting international interest and much more.
The organisation is run with skaters needs in mind, so we want to hear from you about what you want to see from us and what improvements you would like to see for skateboarding in Scotland. The more information we have the more we can do to help.
Why not become a Skateboard Scotland member – it’s completely free and we’ll add you to our mailing list to keep you up to date with news and events. Also, you can contact us at any time if you have any specific comments or questions – we’d love to hear from you.
- Job Opportunity – Scotland Hub and Operations Lead
- Livingston Skatepark – A listed building?
- UK Mini Ramp Champs 2021
- Scottish Street Champs 2020 Report
- Skateboard Scotland AGM 2024February 28, 2024 at Zoom
- “Valley boy” screening – 08/03/2024 – The Loading BayMarch 8, 2024 at The Loading Bay skatepark, Glasgow
- The 2024 Scottish Open Street ChampionshipsMarch 24, 2024 at The Loading Bay, Glasgow
Scottish Skatepark Directory
Check out our Scottish Skatepark Directory!
It now runs on a standalone website and is optimised to run well on a range of devices from smartphones to laptops. You can quickly view skatepark locations on a map – from the most northerly location in Lerwick, Shetland to the current southern-most location in Glenluce. Alternatively you can view them as an alphabetical list.
There are currently around 150 parks listed on the site with more being added all the time.