The Alyesbury Vale skatepark got an upgrade in August 2015, the old metal ramps were replaced with a concrete skatepark. It now comprises of a stair set with handrail, grind wall and boxes, tombstone jump ramp, wally bar and a selection of banks and quarter-pipe ramps.
The original skatepark consisted of metal ramps on a tarmac base.
On one side was a mini ramp with a quarter pipe running off the back platform leading into the main part of the park. Along side this was the main body of the skatepark which starts with a quarter pipe adjoined to a roll in, these then led onto a ledge and also a fun box with hubba that is joined onto a spine. At the end of this run was a flat bank and quarter pipe, the back of which has a quarter pipe that leads into another block with two perpendicular quarter pipes and a flat bank joining the two.
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Vale Park Drive
Aylesbury train station: Exit Aylesbury station onto Station Way and head north until where the road turns into Great Western Street, continue along here until the end of the road. Take Market Square to your left and continue until the first footpath on your right. Take this path until the end where it meets Exchange Street and turn left onto this road and head north until the roundabout. Here Vale Park will be in sight and here is where Aylesbury skatepark can be found.
Vale Park bus stop: Exit the bus onto High Street and Vale Park, where Aylesbury skatepark is situated, will be in sight.
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There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby.