Ras Al Khaimah launches brand-new skate park at Saqr Park

Join the launch with special performances from famous international skateboarders

Ras Al Khaimah launches brand-new skate park at Saqr Park
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If you find performing your signature tricks at the same skate park can be repetitive, it’s time to mix things up at Ras Al Khaimah’s brand-new skate park.

The Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority is set to officially open its all-new outdoor attraction located in the largest recreational park, Saqr Park, and it’s putting on quite the launch party.

Kicking off on Thursday February 27 until Saturday February 29, the free-to-attend event will feature skateboarding sessions, music and games for the whole family to enjoy, along with plenty of food stalls.

On Friday, there will be special performances from renowned international skateboarders, including 15-year-old Isabelly Avila, her father Garcia Rodriguez and 13-year-old Virginia Fortes Aguas. Learn a trick or two from these guys.

The three pros will also lead workshops where visitors will have the chance to skate with the pros and pick up stylish techniques, skills and tricks.

Spanning 620sq m, the new skatepark is built within the nature-filled Ghaf tree reserve, boasting plenty of obstacles including a bowl, pyramids, ledges, banks and round rails.

The park brings Ghaf trees into its design, all to ensure the trees are both well protected and provide natural shading. We all know how hot it gets during summer.

The RAK Tourism Development Authority also recently opened up Jais Adventure Peak, boasting new zip-line tours and a new Sky Maze. Check it all out right here.

Looking for spots to do even more ollies? Check out the best spots to skate around Dubai right here.
Free entry. Thu Feb 27-Sat Feb 29, 3pm-10pm. Saqr Park, Ras Al Khaimah.

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