Hengrove skatepark is an all concrete park consisting of street and transition elements with super smooth surfaces and a lot of grip. It is split into two main sections and holds something for everyone of all abilities.
On one side of the skatepark are two rectangular bowls that are side by side with each other with a spine and roll over in between them and flat bottoms with differing depths. Along side this is the street area with a long flat bank next to a bowled corner that face a long bowled edge with a flat bank with extension inset. In between these two lines of ramps are a jump box with hipped side, a fun box, driveway with hubba and a long manny pad.
Hengrove is a great local park and has a nice selection of obstacles, the layout is not the most original but the surfaces are smooth and fast and it is a great place to come and practise the basics or even if you are more experienced and after a challenge.
- /// what3words
Parson Street train station: Exit the station onto Parson Street and head south continuing onwards as it turns into Hartcliffe Way. At the end of the road it will meet a roundabout, here turn left onto Hengrove Way and Hengrove skatepark will be behind the leisure centre that will be on your right.
Hengrove Leisure Park bus stop: Exit the bus onto Hengrove Way and Hengrove skatepark will be behind the leisure centre.
|Parson Street||1.0 miles|
|Hengrove Leisure Park||0.2 miles||50, 51, 75, 76, 90 & A4|
There is no on site toilet but there are free to use facilities nearby in the leisure centre.