Jesus Green skatepark was built by Wheelscape and opened in 2011. It is an all concrete park and features both street and transition elements arranged in such a way to maximise on the small space available.
On one side of the skatepark is a kinked, bowled edge running along the width of the park and it has both a vert extension and a mini extension. This then leads into the main body of the park which holds a roll over, pump bump and a small up and down funbox with T-block ledge and a rail. The other side of the skatepark has a platform with a flat bank with euro gap on one side and a bowled edge leading up to it and then a large, raised bowled edge above that.
This is a great central spot in Cambridge and has a nice variety of obstacles that can be enjoyed by both beginners and experienced riders alike, whether you are jus practising the basics or mastering the lines.
Cambridge train station: Exit Cambridge station and take the footpath on your right that exits onto Devonshire Road and head north until it meets Mill Road. Here turn left and follow the road until the park where it turns into Parkside and continue along this road until Clarendon Street. Take this road and it will turn into Jesus Terrace and then New Square, at the end of this road cross over onto Fair Street. The end of this road will exit into Midsummer Common, here cross over onto Jesus Green and the skatepark will be here.
Bridge Street bus stop: Exit the bus onto Bridge Street and take the road named Portugal Place, follow this road until the end and it wil exit onto Jesus Green. Here is where the skatepark can be found.
There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby.