Rayleigh skatepark was designed and built by Gravity and opened in 2011. The skatepark has both street and transition features and can be found in King Georges Park.
On one side of the skatepark is a mini ramp with two small extensions on either side and the opposite sides are hipped with the bowled edges that surround the skatepark. In the middle of the skatepark are two hipped banks that are linked with a brick bank and on top of these are a block, flat bank, rail, hubbas and a small quarter pipe.
Rayleigh skatepark is a great local spot that has something for everyone. There is a decent selection of obstacles here with smooth concrete surfaces making it a great place for skaters of all abilities.
- /// what3words
King Georges Field
Rayleigh train station: Exit Rayleigh station onto Crown Hill and head south until the roundabout. Here turn left onto High Street and on your left will be Websters Way, take this road until King Georges Field and Rayleigh skatepark will be in sight.
Bull Lane bus stop: Exit the bus onto Websters Way and King Georges Field will be in sight, here is where Rayleigh skatepark can be found.
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The following suppliers were involved in the design and build of the current skatepark.