Flowerpot skatepark has remained in this spot since 2003 but was updated by Wheelscape in 2013 to increase it in size and bring it up to date. It now features a large multi level plaza style street section and also a large bowl as well.
The street section features a lot of unique obstacles as well as the usual ones you would expect. There are grind rails, a coffin bank with rail on top, hubbas, hips, flat banks, quarter pipes, stair sets ledges and bowled corners. Not only does this park feature a lot of variety in obstacles but the layout here is very unique and there are endless lines you can hit here front and back side.
The bowl section is slightly less out of the ordinary but it still offers a lot to transition skaters. At three varying depths and with a lot of space to manoeuvre it provides skaters with a lot of lines to follow and pump around to maintain speed.
This is the best skatepark in Exeter and thanks to its recent update it will remain so for years to come. There is something for every type of rider of any ability here and with the unique obstacles and great layout Flowerpot skatepark is definitely worth a visit.
- /// what3words
Exeter St Thomas train station: Exit the station onto Cowick Street and head east, at the main road turn onto Okehampton Street and follow this until you see Flowerpot Lane on your right. Take this road and Flowerpot skatepark will be in sight.
Emmanuel Church bus stop: Exit the bus onto Okehampton Road and head east and the road will meet Flowerpot Lane, take this road and Flowerpot skatepark will be in sight.
|Exeter St. Thomas||0.4 miles|
|Emmanuel Church||0.2 miles||971, 985, P & Z|
There is no on site toilet however there are free to use facilites nearby.