Bradley Stoke skatepark is a concrete skatepark managed by Bradley Stoke Town Council.
The park is a good size and its features have been carefully set out with smaller and larger sections, including a nicely proportioned bowl, making it suitable for all abilities and disciplines.
Located in the grounds of Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre, the skatepark has floodlights allowing use until its 9.30pm closing time throughout the year. An on-site shipping container is also used as a social space, whilst the landscaped surroundings are maintained to keep the area nice for all users.
The concrete skatepark was built by Wheelscape at a cost of £300,000. It opened in April 2016, replaced the original skatelite ramp park which was built approximately 9 years previously.
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Fiddlers Wood Lane
Parking is available next to the skatepark (Leisure Centre car park).
Patchway train station: Exit the station onto Rossall Avenue and follow it until the end and cross over onto the footpath. Follow the footpath until the end where it exits onto Braydon Avenue and follow this road north until where the road curves and the take the footpath on your right. This will exit onto Savages Wood Road and follow this east crossing over the next two roundabouts and continuing until the next roundabout. Here the leisure centre will be in sight and Bradley Stoke skatepark will be behind that.
Savages Wood Roundabout bus stop: Exit the bus onto Bradley Stoke Way and head north until the roundabout and here the leisure centre will be in sight and Bradley Stoke skatepark will be behind that.
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There are toilets available in the leisure centre across the car park.