Bollington skatepark was built by Wheelscape and opened in 2012. It is a really nice all concrete park hidden amongst the trees next to the viaduct of the River Dean. It is primarily a transitions based park and the surfaces are smooth with long flowing lines that can easily be pumped around without having to push.
The skatepark is made up of one large flat bottomed bowl of varying height around the edges with an open side and an extension along the bottom edge. Along the open edge there is a pyramid with a koston block on top and adjacent to this is a flat bank built into the side of the bowled edge with a rock at the top for tricking on. In the centre of the bowl is also a large pump bump and a spine through the middle with adjoining pump bump. The far corner of the bowl also features a tight and whippy bowl that can be used to double back on creating endless lines.
This is a great park that has been really creatively designed to mean that you can pump the whole thing. Its a really nice skatepark in a beautiful setting and should be high on your list of places to skate as you could spend an entire day here and it has something for riders of all ability.
|Council Offices||0.1 miles||10, 10A & 392|
Prestbury train station: As it is a long way from the train station it would be recommended to get a bus or a taxi to get to Bollington skatepark.
Council Offices bus stop: Exit the bus onto Wellington Road and take the road named Adlington Road north until you see Bollington skatepark on your left.
There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby.