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.
Mill Marsh Park
St John's Lane
|Newton Abbot||6.1 miles|
|Methodist Church||0.1 miles||193|
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.