Sauchie skatepark is an all concrete park that can be found on the playing fields and is primarily a transitions based park.
The skatepark starts on one side with a open sided bowl that doubles as a mini ramp, the back side of which is spined with another quarter pipe that starts the main body of the course. Either side of the spine is also a roll over and coming off the top platform is a flat bank with a rail. Following on from this is an unusual obstacle that is a driveway with three different shaped hubbas, a pointed one, flat topped one and a round topped one, and adjoined to the side of this is a whippy quarter pipe. The course is then finished off with a long roll in that acts as a return ramp.
Sauchie skatepark is a great local park, especially if you are a transitions skater. The selection of obstacles here is good and the surfaces are smooth making it a great place for beginners and experienced skaters alike.
Abbey Craig Road
|Park Crescent||0.1 miles||C64, MA2 & MA3|
Alloa train station: Exit the station onto Sunnyside Road and head north along here, continuing as it turns into Parkhead Road. At the end of the road turn left onto Fairfield Road and Sauchie skatepark will be in the park.
Park Crescent bus stop: Exit the bus onto Fairfield Road and Sauchie skatepark will be in sight.