Leigh-on-Sea Skatepark

Leigh-on-Sea skatepark is a large all concrete skatepark that can be found on Two Tree Island next to the Thames estuary and it consists of both transition and street elements.

On one side of the skatepark is kidney shaped bowl with metal coping around the edges and a flat bottom. The platform around the edge of this is joined to a series of flat banks and quarter pipes that lead down to the lower level and also features a hubba and extension. The lower level here then also features a fun box with ledge on top and also a spine with a rounded end. The back side of the skatepark here then also features a flat bank with a ledge on top and a vert wall with quarter pipe.

Leigh-on-Sea is a great local spot and has something for everyone of all abilities. The bowl here is nice with a lot of lines to find and although the street section is not the most original there is a decent selection of obstacles and a good amount of space between them. You should definitely check out this park if you are in theĀ area.

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Leigh-on-Sea Skatepark
Castle Drive

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Leigh-on-Sea train station: Exit Leigh-on-Sea station and head south along Castle Drive until the skatepark is in sight.

Railway Station bus stop: Exit the bus andĀ head south along Castle Drive until the skatepark is in sight.

National Rail Leigh-on-Sea 0.1 miles
Bus Railway Station 0.1 miles 6A, 17, 18, 26 & 822