Bovey Tracey Skatepark

Bovey Tracey skatepark was designed and built by Wheelscape, opening in 2014. It can be found in Mill Marsh Park and is primarily a transitions based park.

The skatepark starts on one side with a hipped quarter pipe with a roll in inset that opens up onto a back and forth rhythm run. Following this is a jump box with adjoining roll over and hipped bank that lead up to a spine, driveway, hubba and pump bump. Finishing the run at the end is another hipped quarter pipe. Running along side this is a small street run featuring a flat & rainbow rail and a manny pad with a hipped bank in the corner.

Bovey Tracey skatepark is a nice local spot, especially if you are a transitions skater. The run flows well and the ramps are well sized meaning you can get some good air. The surfaces are also smooth and fast, making it a great place for beginner and people looking for more of a challenge.

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Bovey Tracey
Mill Marsh Park
St John's Lane
Bovey Tracey
TQ13 9AL

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Newton Abbot train station: As it is a long distance from the station it would be recommended to get a bus or a taxi to get to Bovey Tracey skatepark.

Methodist Church bus stop: Exit the bus onto Bovey Bridge and enter Mill Marsh Park. Here, is where Bovey Tracey skatepark can be found.

National Rail Newton Abbot 6.1 miles
Bus Methodist Church 0.1 miles 193


The following suppliers were involved in the design and build of the current skatepark.