Tuckingmill skatepark is made up of two large concrete bowls, concrete steps and banks, metal rails and several small metal ramps on a tarmac grounding.
The first bowl is a more simple long and thin rectangular shape with a flat bottom. It is shallower with a key hole roll in on one side and can double as a mini ramp as it has coping around the outside. The second bowl is a figure 8 shape with a rounded bottom and is a lot tighter and whippier than the first bowl. There is a lot more pumping opportunities in this bowl and you could skate endless lines in here.
Around the edges of these bowls are the rest of the obstacles in this skatepark which are made up of a couple of rails, a spine and a funbox. At the end of this run is also a small stair set and there is also a curved bank around the edge with an interesting bank to rock feature.
This is a nice local park the bowls here are the main attraction as the street section is very basic. The bowls are good as the shallower one is more suited to beginners and the figure 8 is more for the intermediate skaters meanign that there is something for skaters of all ability.
- /// what3words
Tuckingmill Valley Park
Boiler Works Road
Cambourne train station: Exit the station onto Trevu Road and head north until the double roundabout. Here take the road named Trevenson Street and continue through Centenary Street and Wesley Street until the large roundabout. Take Roskear road and follow it as it continues through Pendarves Street until the river bridge. Just before the bridge take teh footpath that exits onto Tuckingmill Valley Park and here is where the skatepark can be found.
North Roskear Road bus stop: Exit the bus onto North Roskear Road and take the road north until Boiler Works Road, turn right here and follow the road until the end where Tuckingmill skatepark can be found.
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There are no onsite toilets however there are free to use facilities nearby.