Tetbury Skatepark

The Tetbury skatepark, know locally as Adam Philby skatepark, was designed and built by Maverick Industries and opened in 2010. It is made up of two seperate all concrete section, one a small street section and the other a large bowl.

The street section is made up of a simple back and forth run with a flat bank and a quarter pipe at either end with a jump box, rail and ledge in the middle. The bowl here is long and narrow with a large rounded extension at one end and two small speed bowl next to each other at the other.

This is a great local park with super smooth and grippy surfaces, the layout of the street section is not the most original but the bowl section here makes up for it as there are a lot of little corners and bumps to pump around all day without having to kick.


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Tetbury Skatepark
Tetbury Rugby Club
Hampton Street

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Kemble train station: As it is such a long way from the station it would be recommended to get a bus or a taxi to Tetbury skatepark.

Chavenage Lane bus stop: Exit the bus onto Hampton Road and head south until the rugby club, enter the grounds and Tetbury skatepark will be in sight.

National Rail Kemble 8.1 miles
Bus Chavenage Lane 0.2 miles 29 & 129


There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilites nearby in the rugby club.


The following suppliers were involved in the design and build of the current skatepark.