Outdoor Skate Parks | In & Around the Quad Cities


Discover the exhilarating world of outdoor skate parks nestled in and around the Quad Cities region. From ramps to rails, these adrenaline-fueled havens offer thrills for skaters of all levels. 🛹


Centennial Park

315 S. Marquette St., Davenport

Skate next to the Mississippi River at Centennial Park. This fantastic outdoor area also includes basketball courts, a playground, riverfront trail access, and a splash pad!

Crow Creek Park

4701 Devils Glen Rd., Bettendorf

The skatepark at Crow Creek has rails, pipes, and ledges for skateboards, bicycles, scooters, and rollerblades. The park also includes a dog park, Dek Hockey Facility, trail access, sports fields, a playground, and multiple picnic shelters!

Eldridge Outdoor Skatepark

Corner of S. 1st St. & E. Iowa St., Eldridge

Located across the street from North Scott High School this skatepark offers a variety of equipment including ramps, rails, and more that skaters of all ages can enjoy!

LeClaire Skatepark

3rd and Ferry Streets, LeClaire

Featuring ramps, rails, and stairs, the skatepark is located next to the LeClaire Recreation Center and is open daily from sunrise to sunset.

Jaycee Park

One block north of 5th St. between 10th & 11th Ave., Durant

In addition to its outdoor skatepark, Jaycee Park also includes a ball field, tennis court, playground, a park shelter with restrooms/concession stand, and two small park shelters.

Riverview Skatepark

303 Riverview Dr., Clinton

Riverview Park is a 65-acre park overlooking the Mississippi River encompassing several features including a marina and restaurant, public boat ramps, Pickleball courts, sand volleyball courts, ball diamonds, Lubbers Fountain, swimming pool, picnic areas, playground, RV Park, bike path, Showboat theatre, and baseball stadium.

Muscatine Skatepark

Oregon St, Muscatine

This park offers the Muscatine Community an opportunity to use their skateboards, roller blades and BMX bikes in an environment where they can improve their skills in a place designed for that purpose. The park includes parking for up to 27 vehicles, a flat track and a fenced area with a 100-by-100-foot stunt area and a 90-by-50-foot in-line hockey rink. The obstacle / stunt area has a concrete surface with a variety of steel ramps.

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