The skatepark at Gloucester Park was designed and built by Freestyle and opened in 2007. It is a small all concrete park with both street and transition elements along side an old metal mini ramp.
The park is made up of a long run with a driveway in the middle that is flanked by a long quarter pipe and a curved one with a curved ledge on top and on the driveway there is a ledge, hubbas, euro gap and a hand rail.
Gloucester Park skatepark is a simple but nice local park with smooth and grippy surfaces and enough obstacles to keep everyone entertained no matter their ability.
Park End Road
|Weston Road||0.1 miles||7, 9, 11, 63, 63A & 93|
Gloucester train station: Exit Gloucester station onto Bruton Way and head south continuing as it turns into Trier Way. At the turn of the road Gloucester Park skatepark will be on your left.
Weston Road bus stop: Exit the bus onto Park End Road and Gloucester Park skatepark will be in sight.