Your support and contributions aid us in our mission to improve, expand, and modernize Baltimore County's Skateparks.
The Baltimore County Skateboard Council was created by skateboarders for skateboarders with the purpose of modernizing and expanding Baltimore County's skate park program and increasing the availability of safe, legal places to skate in our local communities.
The Baltimore County Skateboard Council is working to bring new modern, concrete skateparks to Baltimore County. It's our goal to have one new, concrete skatepark completed by the mid-summer 2020.
We're also developing in-school and extracurricular skateboarding programs for Baltimore County Public Schools that will serve those students who desire something outside the world of traditional team sports.
The Baltimore County Skateboard Council is a grass-roots 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation that seeks to promote skateboarding as a fun, healthy activity for everyone. Our council members and volunteers members are the heart of our organization and we couldn't fulfill our mission without their active involvement. We host regular public meetings and would love to hear your ideas for how we can make Baltimore County's skateparks the best in the area. If you'd like to learn more about what you can do to help please contact us below.
Join the BCSC for our next public meeting. We'll have news to share from our meeting with County Executive Johnny Olszewski including the future site of the County's first new concrete skatepark in over 40 years!
Join the BCSC from Noon-6pm as we kick off Spring with our friends a Union Craft Brewing! This is an all-ages event and just like last year we'll be bringing ramps, rails, and curbs to skate all day. sample delicious foods from the Green Bowl Food Truck, Well Crafted Kitchen, Farm to Charm, and more to be announced!
All Baltimore County skateparks resume normal operating hours. The skateparks will be open weekdays from 3:30-dusk and weekends from 12-dusk.
A legend. Baltimore County's only concrete skatepark has been bringing the stoke for more than 40 years.
3326 Bero Road
Halethorpe, Maryland 21227
Built in 2003. This modular skatepark features a street plaza and 5'x 24' half pipe.
Cockeysville, Maryland 21030
Modular park with street plaza and 3' x 24' mini ramp.
12035 Reisterstown Road
Reisterstown, Maryland 21136
The Baltimore County Skateboard Council hosts public meetings in Janury, February, April, June, October, and November.