It's time to get those skates on, literally!
In Elk Grove, Illinois, those active kids who LOVE a challenge on wheels will find Audubon Skate Park. This popular place for kids is an 11,000 sq ft, indoor, unheated park featuring a host of skating challenges and obstacles for those who want to learn skating, improve their skating, or try out new tricks!
Kids can enjoy launch ramps, quarter pipes, mini pipes, all sorts of ledges, rails, and more.
You need to pay admission before you skate at Audubon Skate Park, so make sure you get a wrist band before you head out on the skate floor. You also need to wear it during your skating time.
Kids can grind, shred and ride their way around the skate floor on their skateboards, inline skates, quad skates, and even on weekday sessions scooters are permitted.
Make sure you take your helmets too! You will need to wear those on the skate park floor for your safety.
If you want to improve those skills, or even strip is down and learn the basics, skateboarding lessons are available from the Aubudon pros! They can give you personalized instruction based on your skill level and progression, during your one hour lesson available weekends. Make sure you schedule in advance, you can't drop into the classes.
With birthday parties available too, you really might want to get those skates on down at Audubon Skate Park!
Wheels up kids, let's go!
$2 Elk Grove Village Residents
Great idea to take your own snack and bottled water! But no glass or alcohol
Ladies Skate is time set aside for just the girls to come out and have their own unique skate session at Audubon Skate Park.
They have a Skate Shop where you can rent helmets, which are required when on the skate floor. Make sure you bring ID
The have a Skate Camp! The summer days will be crammed with skateboarding, swimming at Rainbow Falls Waterpark, jamming to music, enjoying video games and heading out on a weekly field trip!
When the air temperature outside gets below 10 degrees or at the discretion of the staff, Audubon will be closed. This is due to the fact that the facility has no heat and poses a health and safety hazard when temperatures reach that low. Best bet is that if you're not sure, give them a call at 847-427-8195.