Exeter Arena Skatepark has been rebuilt by Maverick. It is now a fully fledged street plaza style skatepark, it has a decent sized open area with multiple obstacles, including rails, ledges, a gap, banks, quarter-pipe and manual pads surrounded by a large bank on one side with quarter-pipe and large bank at either end.
Exeter Arena skatepark is a small and simple course with skatelite obstacles on tarmac with a very standard layout.
It features quarter pipes, grind rails, flat banks and a large funbox with a hip and more rails and banks too.
The surface here isn’t the smoothest ride and the layout is not the most original but it is a good offering for those wanting to practise the basics. If you want a more challenging skate check out some of the other parks nearby.
- /// what3words
Polsloe Bridge train station: Exit the station onto Pinhoe Road and head east. Follow this road until you reach Whipton Village road on your left and take this road. Follow this road until the end where it meets Summer Lane, turn left here and head north until you see Exeter Arena skatepark on your right.
Exeter Arena bus stop: Exit the bus onto Summer Lane, head south and Exeter Arena skatepark will be on your left.
|Polsloe Bridge||0.8 miles|
|Exeter Arena||0.1 miles||F2|
There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby.