The 5 best skateparks in Germany

You want to find the best skateparks in Germany (Europe). This article will help you. 

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Why Germany is a great place to skate ?

Germany has a long history of skating culture, from being considered an activity for the anarchists and counter culture of the ’70s and ’80s, to being legitimized into the popular sport it is nowadays. There are a lot of places to have fun and to chill out. 

So, if you want to see all located spots and skateparks in Germany you can click hereYou can also read our article on the best skateparks in Berlin here.

Where are best skateparks in Germany ?

This article will focus on the 5 best skateparks below. If you want to discover the great and latest articles about Lifestyle in Germany, visit this website here.

5. Berg Fidel Skatepark, Münster

The Berg Fidel skatepark is located in Münster. It was built in 1989. It features a famous concrete massive bowl that was recently refurbished. You can also enjoy the renovated snake (as you can see on the video).

Click here to see the spot
Click here to see the website
Link here to the facebook page
 
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Location on Google Map

4. North Brigade Skatepark, Köln

Köln North Brigade Skatepark is a considered as one of the largest and oldest skate parks in all of Germany. The layout of the skatepark is divided into clearly defined areas. The 400m² bowl is the centerpiece at the southwest end. From there, run-up zones extend to the snakerun, the step line (3 and 5 steps with ledges handrails) and the large step set. All these areas lead to the massive street area. On 1800m², there is great room for everything a street skater could wish for. Indeed, there are rails, curbs, banks, hips and quarters.

Click here to see the spot
Link here to the official skatepark page 
Link here to instagram
 
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Location on Google Map

3. Kap686 Skateplaza, Cologne

The Kap686 is hybrid between a plaza and a skatepark. It is located close to the Rhine River in Cologne. The site is nestled between waterfront and a main rail line, bike path. It’s really a paradise for curb drivers (21.500 square feet).

 

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Click here to a great article Click here to the facebook page
 
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Location on Google Map

2. Skatehalle, Berlin

There is a massive indoor skate area (1.400 square meters). Easy to find in the heart of Berlin. There is a huge street course with a lot of possibilities through gaps, ledges, hips, wall riders, hubbas, rails, transitions, bowls, mini ramps area and banks. 
 
Click here to see the spot
Click here to the official website
Click here to the facebook page
 
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Location on Google Map

1. Hirschgarten Skatepark, München

The 9.700 square-foot (900m2) facility has a great location between two green parks in an ecological zone of the city. There is a full-pipe, a wholly closed tube with a crazy diameter of up to 20 feet (6m). It is a nod to California’s skateparks of the 1970s. There is also a spine, walls, bowls. All you need to have fun.

Click here to see the spot
Click here to the skatepark page on the official website of the City of Munich
 

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Location on Google Map

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