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Nuns Way Skatepark

This skatepark is situated in Nuns Way Recreation Ground and was built by Canvas and opened in 2014. It is a super smooth, all concrete skatepark with a plaza style street section and some nice flowing transitions. There is also a metal mini ramp located close to the park, by the multi-purpose courts.

One side of the skatepark has a bowled edge which opens up into the main body of the skatepark which houses the street section. The street course here is made up of a small platform with a flat bank with a ledge along the side with a bowled outer side leading up to it and a stair set on the other side lined by two hubbas. The edge of the platform sticks out and can be used as a manny pad or a ledge for grinding off. Adjacent to the platform is also a hubba, and following both of these is a small flat area.

This is a nice park and holds a little bit of everything for all types of rider. Not only are there some nice flowing lines here but the obstacle are not too challenging meaning its a great place to warm up or practise the basics.

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Nuns Way Skatepark
Nuns Way Recreation Ground
Kirkwood Road
Cambridge
CB4 2PH

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Cambridge train station: As it is a long way from the station it would be recommended to get a bus or a taxi to get to Nuns Way skatepark.

Kirkwood Road bus stop: Exit the bus onto King Hedges Road and take the road named Kirkwood Road all the way to the end where it exits onto Nuns Way Recreation Ground. Here is where the skatepark is situated.

National Rail Cambridge 3.2 miles
Bus Kirkwood Road 0.1 miles Citi 1

Amenities

There are no on site toilets however there are free to use facilities nearby.

Builder

The following suppliers were involved in the design and build of the current skatepark.