Brentwood skatepark, located within King George’s Playing Fields, was designed and built by Wheelscape and has been an ongoing project since 2011, continuing to add sections over the years with Phase 2 completed in August 2013. It features a large bowl and an adjacent street course.
The bowl section here is set on two levels and is flat bottomed, there is metal coping around the edges and also a vert extension on one side. There are some nice bumps and kinks in the bowl here to pump around and the inner corner backs onto a smaller open sided bowl forming a spine on one side and a volcano on the other.
The open side of that bowl opens into the beginning of the street section, which is a newer addition since the original bowl. The street course starts with a flat bank that opens up into a flat section which leads onto another flat bank with euro gap up to the upper level which is lined with a steep brick bank and a hubba. Further along this top platform there is a flat bank and a stair set leading down to the lower level with a 2 stair gap as well. The course finishes with a hipped flat bank with ledge on top.
This is a great local park with something for everyone, both street and transition skaters! The surfaces are smooth and there are some nice flowing lines here for you to hit whether you are a beginner or an experience rider.
- /// what3words
Brentwood train station: Exit Brentwood station onto Warley Hill and head south until Avenue Road on your left. Take this road and continue on as it turns into Headley Chase until Mount Crescent on your left. Follow this road until the end where it exit onto the park and Brentwood skatepark will be in sight.
Hartswood Drive bus stop: Exit the bus onto South Drive and walk east until the park, here the skatepark will be in sight.
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There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby in the park.