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Riverview Skatepark reopens

RIVERVIEW (N.B.) – Riverview Skatepark has reopened to the public.

Visitors must reserve a skate time and walk-ins will not be accepted. A reservation system opens every Sunday at 1 p.m. for the upcoming week at townofriverview.ca/parks-and-recreation/programs.

Reservations can only be done online and there is a limit of one slot per day per skater. Payment will be taken at the park upon arrival. Unfortunately, the front desk is unable to accept cash.

Spaces should only be reserved for people who will be skateboarding or rollerblading and one guardian (for ages 11 and under). In order to follow public health guidelines regarding social distancing, a limit of 14 visitors is permitted in the skatepark at one time. This includes skateboarders and parents for children 11 and under. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate additional family members.

We encourage all visitors to wear a personal protective mask when not skateboarding and ensure proper social distancing at all times. Each visitor will be required to complete a COVID-19 screening questionnaire as well as immediately sanitize at our front desk station, or head directly to the washroom for proper hand washing. 

Pricing has been standardized for everyone but punch passes will still be honored. We will also still have a quarterly membership starting July 1, but members must still reserve their weekly spots in advance.

Admission (all ages) $5
Punchpass (all ages) $80 (20 punches)
Membership (quarterly) $110

Helmet rentals will no longer be available but loaner boards will be as we can ensure proper sanitizing on hard surfaces. There will be some helmets available for purchase through our in house retail location Surface Skateshop.

The youth centre and games will not be available at this time.

For more information please visit the Riverview Skatepark Facebook page.

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