Now that we’ve had our first snowfall of the season in NYC we figured it was time to update our list of indoor places to skate including Brooklyn, Staten Island and upstate New York.
2nd Nature Indoor Skate Park (Peekskill, NY)
2nd Nature is about an hour north of NYC and is definitely worth the trip. Huge space, skate shop on-site and it has a 2nd-floor room dedicated to a micro bowl. Sessions run all week from $12 – $15, they also have monthly memberships available starting at $100 and host birthday parties, camps and private lessons. Make sure to check the schedule and IG @2ntr before heading up.
5050 Skate Park (Staten Island, NY)
5050 Skate Park is Staten Island’s first indoor park and is owned & operated by BMX OG Ed Pollio and his girlfriend Angelica Popolano. Sessions are mixed with more than just skateboarding and will run you around $12 – $20 per day. 5050 is open all week (except Tuesdays & Wednesdays) from 3pm – 8pm and Saturdays from 11am – 8pm. Check the 5050 schedule here or follow them on IG @5050skatepark.
Black Mamba Skatepark (Syracuse, NY)
Black Mamba Skatepark is about four hours north of NYC in Syracuse, NY and is open 7 days a week. Sessions range from $12 – $25 and offer equipment rentals at an additional charge. It’s inside the ShoppingTown Mall and is two levels including a fully stocked skate shop.
Homage Brooklyn (Gowanus, BK)
Homage has two mini ramps under one roof behind their shop. They frequently host skate lessons, camps and sometimes host open sessions during shop hours. Follow our event calendar or their IG @homage_brooklyn for upcoming events including the infamous Old Man Mondays 30+ weekly session.
House of Vans Brooklyn (Greenpoint, BK)
The House of Vans is normally a private facility located in Greenpoint Brooklyn but does host open sessions for special events and parties. For their last Winter in Brooklyn they will host open house skate sessions with free pizza, drinks and do an open mic in the VIP lounge (dates currently pending). Check our event calendar or @vansskate for upcoming HOV flyers & dates.
Jamestown Skate Products (Jamestown, NY)
Jamestown is about as west as you can go in New York state and is home to Jamestown Skate Products. Their 20,000 square foot, two-floor location houses a skate shop downstairs and large wooden bowl upstairs. Check their FB or IG @jamestownskateproducts for pics, clips and upcoming events.
Skate Brooklyn Mini Ramp (Park Slope, BK)
Skate Brooklyn skate shop has two mini ramps right inside the shop. They frequently host events and lessons, follow our event calendar for upcoming flyers. Follow them on IG @skatebrooklyn for pics, clips and upcoming events.
Skate Time 209 (Accord, NY)
Skate Time 209 is about two hours north of NYC located in Accord, NY and is half skate park, half roller rink. Their schedule depends on the season and sessions run from $12 – $16 requiring helmets for anyone under 18.
SKATEYOGI (Prospect Park, BK)
Winter Bowl (Shhh)
Still running strong, the Winter Bowl is a private key-holder spot that includes a mini ramp and a professionally built bowl by California Skate Parks. Hit up some of your old Autumn Bowl buddies to find out more info. Or you can always stalk the place via it’s official Instagram account – @winterbowl.
Bonus: Supreme Bowl (Williamsburg, BK)
We forgot this one for the original post but it has to be included so we’re adding it as a bonus. Supreme family and friends only, this bowl sits in the back of Supreme’s Williamsburg store. One of NYC’s most exclusive places to skate.
Did we miss something? Let us know via the comments below.