Got me thinking, and we don’t have a thread for parks (I don’t think), which other newish (post-2010) parks are worth a visit/look good? Can be big or small. Keen to see what stands out amongst all of the new parks that have been built in the last decade or so.
Weobley in Herefordshire is real good fun lots of quick lines and different coping types and always quiet!
Bournbrook diy in Brum which i think the council approved as an official skatepark is another good chiller of a park and the locals are all sound. Think you get a pound knocked off a falafel wrap meal across the road if youre a skater too.
Horsforth in leeds has some bigger tran with a street course containing obstacles youd find in a 1980s vision street wear pro contest so bring your tie dye.
Been loving all the concreate parks stuff.
Heard on the grapevine that theres a bowl being built on the old Windermere park does anyone know much about that? Heres praying for a Bangor style pool
Park in Jersey looks ace. Most the people whinging probably cant be arsed to go 20 minutes out of their home town or commit to going on a trip before bailing cause their hamster is depressed or something. Fair play to the Jersey locals for getting a sick looking new park. Hoping to get there at some point.
Isle of man is still the greatest of tax havens though
Depends on your regular skating , if you are a regular at council built outdoor skate parks then yes Croxley will be your cup of tea.
If you skate actual street regularly then you will love oxhey .
I have oxhey and Croxley on my doorstep and oxhey is heaven for me, I went to Croxley on Wednesday evening for the first time since January and it was meh and makes me realise how poor the ledges are in comparison.
The best part about Croxley is the manny pad and that’s it .
Oxhey has so much more flow , cracking ledges , benches and the flat bank is pure joy