Spring Skateboard Classes
Northbrook Park District partners with Asylum Skate to provide skateboard classes, camps and private/semi-private skateboard lessons. The Asylum Skate program is one of the best in the Midwest. they provide skateboarders with a fun, well-rounded program that is perfect for any skateboarder at any level. So, whether it’s your first time on board or not when you combine Asylum’s friendly staff and safe environment it’s an experience you will remember forever. Our professional coaches are knowledgeable and work with Skateboarders at any skill level.
Asylum Skateboard Classes
Asylum Skateboard Class Beginner – Youth |19871 | Sat | Starts Apr 8 | 11:00 AM | Ages 6-14
Asylum Skateboard Class Intermediate/Advanced – Youth | 19872 | Sat | Starts Apr 8 | 11:00 AM | Ages 6-14
Asylum Private Skateboard Lessons
Asylum instructors are ISCPD/SKATZ certified and teach high-quality lessons in a sustained and progressive way. This is also a great leadership development program where children learn the FUNdamentals and safety of skateboarding. Private lessons are available for beginners, intermediate and advanced level skateboarders. Call 847-291-2993 to set up 1-hour lessons at Techny Prairie Park and Fields Skate Park.
Private • $59 per person
Semi-Private • $35 per person (2-5 participants)
Skate Park Seasonal Hours • Sunrise-Sunset
If you enjoy in-line skating or skateboarding, you’ll flip for the skate park in Techny Prairie Park and Fields. With ramps, bowls, grinding ledges and rails, the 22,000-square-foot skate park welcomes skateboarders and in-line skaters of all ages. The Northbrook park is all concrete and large enough to accommodate both beginners and experienced skaters.
The skate park is free and open daily from sunrise until 10pm, weather permitting, with lights for night use. Although everyone is welcome, children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. The skate park is unsupervised. Helmets are required, and protective gear is recommended.
Please Note: Bikes and scooters are prohibited at the Skate Park. The design was not intended for bike or scooter use. It does not meet national bike park specifications and is not approved for bikes based on the depth of bowl and concrete edges.