Skate for everyone: 4 free tracks in São Paulo


Kevin Hoefler e Rayssa Leal, two names that made history in the debut of skateboarding in the Tokyo Olympic Games by winning two Silver medals for Brazil. Although it is a sport that can be practiced on the street, structures are also necessary for maneuvers. With that, we selected five places in São Paulo to practice the sport.

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Vans Skate Park São Paulo

Vans has the only public track of the Park modality in the national territory, the “Vans Skatepark São Paulo”. With 830 square meters, the track is located in the Cândido Portinari park, close to Villa-Lobos Park. Built through a partnership between the state government and the brand, in 2018, the venue has already staged the park’s world final in 2019.

Address: Avenida Queiroz Filho, 1365, Vila Hamburguesa
Hours of Operation: Temporarily closed.

Chácara do Jockey Municipal Park

With over 1,400 square meters, the Chácara do Jockey Park is the largest skate park in the city and the third largest in the country. The construction of the space was made in partnership with the São Paulo Skate Federation, resulting in a space for national and international competitions. Inaugurated in 2016, in addition to skateboarding, the space includes the practice of other sports, such as BMX and rollerblading.

Address: Av. Francisco Morato, 5257, Vila Sonia
Hours of Operation: Every day from 6am to 6pm.