Two Riversmeet Skatepark (Christchurch)


Christchurch skatepark was built by Evolution and opened in 2013. It is made of skatelite ramps on a concrete base and the obstacles are well spaced with the park holds everything that you could want from a session.

The back of the skatepark features a long, flat bottomed mini ramp with with an extension and a flat bank with a euro gap running off one of the top platforms that opens up into the main body of the skatepark. The return ramps consist of a quarter pipe and a set of two flat banks at an angle to each other propping up the back corner. In between these sets of ramps are a jump box and a funbox.

Christchurch skatepark is a nice local park, the obstacles and arrangement of them are not the most original but the surfaces are smooth and fast making it great for an afternoon or day session.

Opening Times : Subject to opening and closing times
  • Free
  • Outdoors
  • Skatelite

Getting there

Two Riversmeet Skatepark
Stony Lane South
BH23 1HW
National Rail Christchurch 1.0 miles
Bus Stony Lane 0.1 miles 1A, 1B, 1C, 24, 111, 125, 175, 788, X1 & X2

Christchurch train station: Exit Christchurch station onto Station Road and head until the end where it joins Twynham Avenue and turn left until it meets Bargates. Here turn right and follow the road south, crossing over the roundabout onto High Street continuing on until the next roundabout. Here turn left onto Castle Street and cross over the river continuing as it turns into Bridge Street until Stony Lane is on your right. Take this road and follow it until the end where Two Riversmeet skatepark will be found.

Stony Lane bus stop: Exit the bus onto Bridge Street and take Stony Lane south until the end. Here the skatepark will be in sight.




There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby in the leisure centre.

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