Crowborough’s Goldsmiths Skatepark is a medium sized all concrete skatepark that can be found next to the leisure centre featuring both street and transition elements.
The skatepark starts on one side with a half pipe that has a large block in the middle of one side and the back side of which is hipped and extended to form the start of the street run. Following this is raised level that features a flat bank and a stair set with a hubba and rial and euro gap. After this is a manny pad, rail and a quarter pipe for a return ramp.
Crowborough leisure centre skatepark is a nice local park that has some decent obstacles. The half pipe here is a large and is the big attraction of the park and the surfaces are smooth and fast meaning your should check it out if you are in the area.
The park was upgraded by Wheelscape at a cost of £60,000, reopening in December 2014.
Crowborough Leisure Centre
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Crowborough train station: As it is a long distance from the skatepark it would be recommended to get a bus or a taxi to get to Crowborough leisure centre skatepark.
Goldsmiths Leisure Centre bus stop: Exit the bus onto Eridge Road and Crowborough skatepark will be in sight.