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Skate Plaza

Current status of park facilities, programs & P&R services

The Skate Plaza is located at the Maple Grove Community Center at 12951 Weaver Lake Rd.

The Skate Plaza is for skate boarders, in-line skaters, BMX bikers and scooters. 


The park is made of concrete and includes features such as a mini taco, stairs, banks, grind rails, hubba ledges and manual pad.  The park includes a seating area for skateboarders to hang out and spectators to sit and watch.

Rules and Regulations

The Maple Grove Skate Plaza is open from 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., daily.
Admission is Free!

Please keep the following in mind when using the facility:

  • The facility is unsupervised.  Users assume all risks inherent in the use of this facility.
  • Skate with safety in mind and remember weather conditions may create unsafe surfaces for users.
  • It is strongly recommended that all users wear a helmet, elbow pads, knee pads and wrist pads.
  • Failure to wear protective equipment will expose users to serious injury upon falling or collision with others.

The following is prohibited when using the Skate Plaza:

  • No glass containers, food or beverages on the skating surface.
  • No additional items such as benches, tables, wood materials or other objects.
  • No drugs, alcohol and tobacco products.
  • No loud music.
  • No reckless behavior.
  • No pets on skating surface.
  • No littering.
  • No profanity.
  • No stickers.
  • No graffiti.

In case of serious injury or other emergencies, call 911.

Help keep the Skate Plaza safe, report any equipment repairs and needs to the supervisor in the Community Center at 763-494-6500.

Skate Park Video

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