Berry Lane Skate Park
New to the outdoor skate park scene, Berry Lane in Jersey City is 12,000 square feet, and was partially funded by the Tony Hawk Foundation. The poured-in-place facility comes with a variety of features, including an A-frame ledge comb.
Evergreen Skate Park
In Colonia, Evergreen Skate Park is a 10,000-square-foot park of colored concrete and brick, designed to mimic an urban streetscape.
Holland Park Skate Plaza
Holland Park Skate Plaza described as one of the "Best in New Jersey," the park boasts a fun flow and creative obstacles in Elizabeth.
Designed to allow skaters to move seamlessly through its features, the Skateplex in Long Branch features include: hip skateable planters, elevated plaza (with stairs, rails, euro gap, and hubba ledges), frame funbox (with bump to bump, funbox (with ledge, rail, and 3 stairs), manual pads, quarter pipes, ribbon QP combo and grind-rails.
Incline Club Skatepark
Skaters love Lakewood’s Incline park for its 22,000 square foot size and polished, professional-looking interior. The pros hang out here too, and the facility offers clinics and classes for all levels.
Forth Union Skate
This hip hybrid space’s small but spectacular, perfectly-designed bowl is part of a larger effort to join art exhibits, skate retail and even food trucks for a one-of-a-kind skateboarding experience along the Asbury Park Boardwalk.
Gear up at this outfitters, which stocks everything from hard-to-find boards and wheels to skater-approved socks in Hillsborough.
Pro Skateboard Shop
Owned and operated by lifer skateboarders, Pro offers longboards, decks, trucks, wheels and cruisers, as well as all the apparel any boarder could want. Check out the two locations in Belmar and Point Pleasant.
Sunrise Surf & Skateboard Shop
Sunrise in Cherry Hill, prides itself on making all the biggest skate brands available, and are as dedicated to selling serious boards as they are to letting you customize your own.