Where is the new NSB Skatepark located?
The NSB Skatepark is located on the corner of Industrial Park Avenue & Turnbull Street on the north end of town. The address is 254 Industrial Park Ave. New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168

What are the hours of operation?
The skatepark is open 12 noon till dark on weekdays, and 10am till dark on weekends.

What does is cost to skate?
We are STOKED to announce this park is FREE to all who use it!!!

Are pads and helmets required?
All skaters are required to wear a helmet. Knee and elbow pads are optional.

Who is allowed to use the NSB skatepark?
The skatepark is open to skateboarders and inline skaters.

Who runs the NSB Skatepark?
The City of NSB has contracted with "Tary Valle" to manage the skatepark.

Who built the NSB Skatepark?
Misiano Construction & Remodeling Inc. and Team Pain Enterprises were awarded the contract to construct the New Smyrna Beach Skatepark. Tony Misiano (General Contractor) stepped up to head this project and did an incredible job. Tony is a life long skater as well which was invaluable on a project such as this. Team Pain Enterprises is one of the premier skatepark builders in the world and we are extremely proud to have had them build our skatepark. Team Pain is based locally out of Winter Springs, FL and has been constructing skateparks/ramps since the 70's. These guys are not your average construction workers folks, they are true craftsmen and hardcore skaters who take pride in every park they build. Checkout some of Team Pain's masterpieces at

How large is the NSB Skatepark?
Phase 1 of our skatepark has approximately 8,500 sq ft of concrete skating surface.

What variety of terrain does the skatepark have?
Phase 1 has a street/flow area that is challenging to all skill levels and about as diverse as it gets. At the opposing end of the park is a large size amoeba shaped pool. The pool has depths of 6' to 9' deep and feature concrete pool coping and tiles. Our skatepark has something to challenge every skater from beginner to pro and has put NSB on the map as a popular skateboard destination.

Why a "Concrete" Skatepark?
Please download and read this informative .pdf file provided by "Skaters for Public Skateparks" and Download: Concrete_Skatepark_Advocacy.pdf

How can I help?
We still need all the help we can get, this project is ongoing. Donations are still needed for future expansion plans, lights for night skating, bleachers, etc... Please go to the Contributions page to see how you can help right now.