Eaton Bray skatepark was designed and constructed by Wheelscape, opening in 2010. It is a small all concrete skatepark with both street and transition elements and can be found in a field next to the local school.
The main feature here is the large bowl which is flat bottomed and open with coping running around all the edges. There is a small speed bowl in one corner and has some kinks and bumps along the edges that can be easily pumped around and on one side of the bowl is a long roll in that leads in from the street run. The street run starts at one side with a flat bank that leads down to a manny pad adjacent to a whippy quarter pipe and finishes with another quarter pipe that is adjoined to the roll in to the bowl.
Eaton Bray is a great local park with quite a creative layout given the size. It has smooth surfaces and would be a great place to come and practise the basics as well as if you are more a more experienced skater looking for a challenge.
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Leighton Buzzard train station: As it is a long distance from the train station it would be recommended to get a train or a taxi to Eaton Bray skatepark.
School Lane bus stop: Exit the bus onto High Street and take School Lane north until Eaton Bray skatepark is in sight.
|Leighton Buzzard||6.8 miles|
|School Lane||0.2 miles||31, 61, 73, 162, 164 & 175|