Stukeley Meadows skatepark is one of the biggest outdoor skateparks in Cambridgeshire and is made up of metal ramps on concrete base. It is branded as a street park but there are some nice flowing transitions here as well.
The park itself features all of the usual obstacles but there are also some more creative ones that have been put up there as well. There are mini ramps, quarter pipes, flat banks, driveways, funboxes, roll overs, hipsand plentry of grind opportunities. In the corners there are also some multi level platforms with a variety of roll offs including waves and double banks.
This is a great park with a a wide variety of obstacles in a fairly original layout. There is a lot here for all types of rider of all ability and it is definitely worth a trip down here as your could easily spend all day here trying out all of the lines.
|St Margarets Way||0.2 miles||B & 46A|
Huntingdon train station: Exit Huntingdon station onto Brampton Road and take the road named Edison Bell Way and head north. Follow the road until the end where it meets Ermine Street and and turn left, walk over the train bridge and as the road turns into Stukeley Road continue onwards. Cross over the next roundabout and Stukeley Meadows skatepark will be on the right.
St Margarets Way bus stop: Exit the bus onto Stukeley Way and Stukeley Meadows skatepark will be in sight.
There are no on site toilets but there are free to use faciliteis nearby.