Weston Park skatepark in Macclesfield was built by Wheelscape and was opened in 2011. It is an all concrete park with a combination of transition and street based elements in a fairly original arrangement with something for riders of all abilities.
On one side is a flat bank linked to a quarter pipe that lead into the main body of the skatepark. Following this is two main lines, one is onto a pump bump followed by a brick bank with a manny pad built into the middle, and the other into a pole jam on a wave kicker and jump box that lead into a shallow flat bottomed bowl. The bowl is square in shape and the final edge of the line is made up of a vert wall and adjacent to this is a bowled corner.
This is a great local park which has some nice obstacles that are set up in a fairly creative back and forth arrangement. There is also a lot of space between them giving the park a nice flowing set up and it is definitely a park worth checking out!
Weston Recreation Field
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Macclesfield train station: Exit Macclesfield station onto Sunderland Street and head south until Park Street. Here take this road until the roundabout and cross over onto Park Lane and continue onwards until the road turns into Ivy Lane. Here continue forwards along this road and keep going as it turns into Kendall Road until the end where it meets Earlsway. At this crossing turn right and follow the road until you see Weston Park skatepark on your right.
Shops bus stop: Exit the bus onto Earlsway and Weston Park skatepark will be in sight.
There is no on site toilet but there are free to use facilities nearby.