Skateboarding Spots in New York

The longest 9 set you'll ever encounter. There is a smooth enough runway for your to drop-a-bad-one down this set. If you are a feeling really lucky, then you start from...

Repaved road with a rand new wall ride spot. White wall and all for transitional skating or just to Ollie over. located at the OB High school. Only should skate this off...

A stone ledge that is waxed pretty good, also bomb downs some hills too. Ground is concrete paved so no worry

Concrete park. Real fun, lots of weird trannys. Miniramp that doesnt flow and some steep banks but def not an average park. Also little quarters to wallrides. Some flatb...


This is a recent spot that is the best for flatground. It is located on the smoothest basketball court ever. There is flatground with funbox, benches and small gap. The...

Two granite curved ledges. A four foot high drop going over ledges with a maual pad and some benches that can be a manual pad

This spot is a perfect gap to hubba set.. or you could just skate the easier part, over the stairs. Right along the tip of southern Manhattan.

My personal favorite 11 stair. There are also several 7's and one eight. Also some grind ledges. All smooth marble. Only downside is that its a busy area.

An assortment of jagged-shaped marble benches. Security like everything else in NYC, but still skateable. Manny pads or for grinding, any will do.

Double set with pain in the ass security. Enough to get a couple of goes in for your sick video/footy.

Within the apartments, you'll find one of the few good manual pads downtown Manhattan has to offer. It's a little over a foot high, fully marble, about four feet wide, a...

These are some of the better banks that you can find uptown, even though they are incredibly hard to skate. All of the approaches to them are skewed in one way or anothe...

Nothing much here except a rather high manual pad/ledge. The ledge is a loading dock which lies on a pretty desolate sidewalk. It's about a foot-and-three-fourths in hei...

A quant little area in Queens. Used to be the place of the World Fare

This is bar-none the best flatground you're going to find throughout the city. It is under a fully lit pass-through towards the western entrance of Grand Central, direct...

A lot of people go skate here every day usually there's people who go there and want to take pictures for news paper or something .........

A gap to hubba or skating the stairs

You're not going to find a better set of stairs than this one. The runway and landing are both perfect, smooth marble with absolutely no cracks. The runway and landing i...

The park has a track which has really slick ground. A lot of people graffiti on the floor and has the park deparment painting over it, which gives us a lot of gaps to do...

One of the smoothest spots in Queens. The floor is extremely smooth for a good powerslide. A lot of skaters come here to play skate, an awesome place to meet skaters.

The one standout obstacle of this spot is the hubba ledge down the nine set onto which you need to gap out to provided that it starts at the third step down. The ledge i...

Another spot that you could only find in New York. Throughout the entire front plaza of this hospital, there is an assortment of these bank structures that start off wit...

The main reason people come to skate here is the manual pad. Rolling off a two-foot wide ledge that is around thirty feet in length, the platform is around a foot-and-a-...

If Javitz Center is too big of a double-set for whatever trick you are looking to try, this is the place to go. Although, unlike Javitz Center, this spot is devoid of a ...