Boada skatepark, located within Shrub End Playing Field, is an all concrete bowl designed by Gravity and opened in 2003. It is an open, flat bottomed bowl with coping around the edges.
The bowl is split into two down the middle with a island that forms a volcano along the middle. Either side of this are two rounded bowls one with an over vert and on one of the opposite sides to these there is an extension.
This is a nice local park with smooth surfaces and a lot of space between the curves to adjust between runs. The shape of the edge also allow for you to easily pump around the bowl all day without having to push once.
- /// what3words
Shrub End Sports Ground
Colchester Town train station: Exit Colchester Town onto the roundabout and take the road named Southway heading west until Butt Road. Here turn left onto this road and follow the road until the roundabout. Here take Layer Road and head south until Shrub End Playing Field where Boada skatepark can be found.
Boadicea Way South bus stop: Exit the bus onto Layer Road and the skatepark will be in sight.
|Colchester Town||1.7 miles|
|Boadicea Way South||0.1 miles||64, 64A & 92A|
There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby in the sports centre.
The following suppliers were involved in the design and build of the current skatepark.