The Winchester Cultural Center Skate Parks is a staff supervised and programmed skate park. All the skate park participants must have a signed waiver on file and enrolling in the free membership program for the park. The age limit for the skate parks is 8 years to adult. Programs include the Winchester Skate Team, Junior Jam for young beginner skaters and Black Belt Sessions for more experienced skaters. For more information about these programs and more please call Winchester Cultural 3130 S. McLeod Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89121, at 702 455-7340.
Skate Park Hours:
To provide an environment of self-cultivation through skate culture and the arts. To show young people many paths to success.
Sunday & Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Thursday - 3pm to 7pm
Friday - 3pm to 8pm
Saturday - 1pm to 6 pm
Rules and Regulations
Helmet are required and must be worn by all participants while skating the Winchester Skate Park. A participant who does not have a helmet can rent one from the center for $1.
Any skater under 18 must bring a parent or guardian to complete and sign a liability form, which Winchester can then keep on file.
Skateboards and in-line skates are permitted whenever the skate area is open. Bicycles are permitted during periods of low usage at a ratio of 3 bikes to 5 skates; no more than 3 bike at any time and no bikes when 6 or more skates are present. Scooters are not permitted.
Winchester Skate Park is closed on most state and federal holidays and in the event of inclement weather.
Drop-in classes for beginners are available at any time the skate park is open: $3 for a 15-minute lesson.
Private advanced level classes for ages 8-17: Four 1-hour classes $60. Dates scheduled with Joseph House & Instructor. Call (702) 455-7031.
Beginning Skateboarding classes for 6 week sessions: Tuesday & Thursdays 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
For more information about the Winchester Cultural Center Skate Park and Skate Program please call (702) 455-7340.
Winchester Skate Team
To qualify to be on the team, skaters must study art forms such as drawing, painting, photography, graphic design, music, or writing. These art forms are directly connected to the culture of skateboarding and help young people develop well-rounded skill sets that will benefit them for the rest of their lives. During skate team meetings members are encouraged to explore the advantages that graduating from high school and going on to college provide. Working professional artists, musicians, art instructors and other leaders of the community make monthly presentations to the skate team, sharing their positive experiences in higher education and success in their respective fields. The take home message for the participants is that education and self-cultivation equal success.