The 10 best skateparks in France

You want to find best skateparks in France ? Not that easy:) too many amazing places ! Read this article and discover the best spots to practice your skateboard, roller-blade, scooter, and BMX skills.

Why France is a great place for extreme sports ?

There are so many skateparks to skate in France and great extreme sports events. The most famous event is the FISE (Festival International des Sports Extrêmes) in Montpellier created in 1997 by Hervé André-Benoit. This competition remains one the biggest in the world like the X-games in USA.

“The FISE brings together a broad range of extreme disciplines in one sunny spot : Mountain Bike Slopestyle, BMX Freestyle, BMX and Flatland, Sk8, Agressive inline skating, Wakeboard and Parkour. “

Where can i find best skateparks ?

If you want to see all located spots in France (more than 3K) you can click here. This article will focus on the best 10 skateparks in France below. If you want best spots in Paris (click here) and Montpellier (click here).

10. EGP 18 skatepark, Paris, France

EGP is the largest concrete covered skatepark in France with 3,000 square meters. There are bowls, a vertical wall, a snake run and much more. Wearing helmets is mandatory (which is not that bad overall when you fall. Shit happens). 

 
Click here to see the spot
Click here to see more info (mairie de Paris)
Click here to see the Facebook page
 

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9. Bifurk skatepark, Grenoble, France

Great 600 m² indoor skatepark made in smooth bitumen with wooden modules. It is a very complete spot. Indeed, it offers a mini ramp, funbox, inclined planes, wall, wheeling table, ledges and hip.

 

Click here to see the spot
Click here to see the official page
 

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8. Saint-Nazaire concrete skatepark, France

This 1,200 m² spot offers many possibilities, with various curves and a street part, a crazy full pipe, open bowl, curbs, inclined planes, bumps, wheeling table, rails and much more

 

Click here to see the spot 
Click here to see the facebook page
Click here to see the Constructo offivcial page
 

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7. Le Havre Skatepark, France

The park is located on the seafront quite big with 1,800 m² (all in concrete). It has a street area with pyramid, various modules, rails, but also a great large bowl, with a lot of curves, inclined planes, bumps,spine, quarters and walls. 

Click here to see the spot 

Click here to the Facebook page

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6. Hyeres Skatepark, France

Plenty of space for this spot (4,000 square meters) all in concrete, interesting. Rather streetpark oriented, it is made up of rails, curbs, tables, steps, ledges, a funbox, manual pads and hips. In the center, a steep pyramid and lots of space flat dedicated.
 
Click here to see the spot

Click here to the Constructo website page

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Location on Google Map

5. Bercy Skatepark, Paris, France

The Bercy skatepark is a famous hangout for the city’s riders. With 800 m², it’s the second biggest skatepark in Paris (behind the POPB). This skatepark has a roof, ramps and other features for rollerbladers, skaters and BMXs. I know this one pretty well lol. 
 
Click here to see the spot.
Clicke here to see the Facebook page
 

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Location on Google Map

4. Chartrons skatepark (Colbert), Bordeaux, France

The Chartrons skatepark is one of the largest outdoor skatepark in France (2,350 square meters). It has 4 main areas : 

  • Miniramps / bowls with large bowls 
  • a “cascade” area more dedicated to roller skating and BMX for jumps
  • an urban area 
  • and the urban area
    (street)
 
Click here to see the spot

Click here to see the skatepark guide (PDF)

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3. Le Hangar Skatepark, Nantes, France

The Hangar is a great associative covered skatepark of 5300 m², managed by the Teaching League – FAL 44. It is open to rollerblading, skateboarding, and BMX and Scooters (from 10 years and Freestyle Scooters only).

Click here to see the spot

 
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2. Prado Bowl, Marseille, France

France’s largest outdoor skatepark with deep bowls, various vert ramps ! It’s a magnet for skateboarders from across the globe.

Click here to see the spot and the France Prado Bowl Highlights at the Red Bull BOWL RIPPERS 2018
Click here to the Facebook page 
 
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1. Grammont (new one coming), Montpellier, France

Created in 1992, the Grammont skatepark will undergo a major renovation to make it in 2022. It will be one the biggest european skatepark increasing from 3,000 to 9,000 square meters. It will be massive. Below, the description. 

  • Skatepark: 1,512 m2 
  • Bowl: 1,027 m2 
  • Streetpark: 1,096 m2 
  • Pumptrack: 853 m2
  • Dirt area: 1,056 m2
  • Trick Learning area : 813 m2
  • BMX Park: 1,607 m2
  • Plus an additional building of 398 m2 and 1,000 m2 of fun paths.
Click here to see the current spot.
Click here to see the Facebook page.
 

Images of the project :

©Fest Architecture (Constructo)

Location on Google Map

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