One great resource to find all the places to skate in Washington is Where to Skate:
This website is an amazing way to find your local park, trail or even a rainy day skate spot. Weather it be jam/dance skating, park skating or just want to cruise a trail you'll be able to find a perfect place to belong. Bummed that its raining and it ruined your skate plans? Fret no longer Where to Skate has got you covered. The map is marked via 4 different icons one of which is a purple rain cloud indicating a rainy day skate spot where you can skate and stay dry.
Skating help Resources:
If you're a beginner to park skating and videos aren't cutting it, you may want some in person guidance try @cibseattle on Instagram or Facebook! They post skate community meet ups as well as all level skate park workshops in monthly schedule in the greater Seattle area.
Roll around Seatown is another wonderful community of Seattle skaters, they host a multitude of skate events for all types and levels of skaters. To keep up to date on the newest meet ups and events give them a follow on Instagram @roll_around_seatown and Roll around Seatown on Facebook.
Seattle has a large community of super friendly skaters that love to skate just as much as you do so if you've been searching for folks to skate with look no further and give @seattle_skates a follow on Instagram. Their Facebook group is also worth joining if you've got any questions regarding skating or the skate community here in Seattle. They throw weekly skate meet ups that are a superb place to meet skaters like yourself as well as other special skate events that are spectacular.
If outdoor skating just isn't your thing here are a few rinks around town that are open to the public including the Everett Skate Deck, Southgate Roller Rink, and the Marysville Skate Center.