Kendal skatepark can be found on the banks of the River Kent and was built by Wheelscape opening in 2012. It is an all concrete park with both transition and street elements and has a nice layout with a lot of space.
The skatepark starts on one side with a large taco with coping which leads into an open flat area, on from this is the rest of the park which is split into two parts. On one side there is an up and down bank with a manny pad on the upside that leads onto a quarter pipe for the return. On the other side is a lowered open sided bowl with a 4 stair set with rail leading into it and kicker with hubba adjacent to that.
This is a really nice local park with a really creative layout designed for some long flowing lines. There is a lot of possibility here and you could easily spend all day here hitting all of the lines.
|Station Road||0.2 miles||43, 43A, 530, 531 & X6|
Kendal train station: Exit Kendal station onto Wildman Street and head south west until Station Way. Take this road and follow it until the river, take the road just before the river called Beezon Fields and follow it until Kendal skatepark is in sight.
Station Road bus stop: Exit the bus onto Station Road and head west until Beezon Fields on your right. Here follow this road until the end to find Kendal skatepark.
There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby.