Knoxville Skatepark

2640 Tuson McGhee Park St SW

Development of the Knoxville Skatepark is a public-private partnership between the City of Knoxville and Knox County Parks & Recreation departments and hundreds of skateboard enthusiasts who have provided design input and raised funds for the project. It fills the need for thousands of avid regional skaters who have honed their skills in parking lots or have traveled to other cities to skateboardNorthlandz is a 16 acre world class attraction developed by Bruce and his wife Jean.  Included in this complex is a doll museum, La Peep Doll House, a 2,000 pipe theater pipe organ (which Bruce plays) and art galleries throughout. The building is reflective of the couples lifelong commitment to art, expression, and creativity.

The skatepark is ideally situated to attract recreational skateboarders and to serve as the host site for national competitions and exhibitions. Events, demos, contests, and more will be going on at the skatepark in the future, so check back for the latest happenings at the skatepark.


Reviews

MXRIDER113 _

Rating:
Thursday, June 8, 2017

Good skatepark, decent size, trash everywhere but other than that it's good

Antony Mauro

Rating:
Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017

Fair sized park. Decent amount of people later in the day and a good atmosphere

Chelsea Figueroa

Rating:
Thursday, Sep. 15, 2016

Follow my boyfriend on Instagram @zennyracks lol

Angela Karnes

Rating:
Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Awesome skate park! , but needs renovated and cleaned. There was trash on the ground and mild vandalism...

Isaac Martin

Rating:
Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015

Surprisingly good for Knoxville. Mostly a bowl park. All concrete, pretty smooth. Weird little boxes on a separate pad for flat.