Fleet skatepark, also known as The Views Skatepark, is made of metal ramps and features a mini ramp, jump boxes, spines, driveways, hubbas, ledges and rails of varying sizes. It is popular with all ages and abilities and is open to skateboards, scooters, BMX and inline skates.
The skatepark is managed by Fleet Town Council. Whilst it not not subject to specific opening and closing times, the park is supposed to close after dark. Anyone under 12 years of age must be supervised.
There is a plaque dedicated to the memory of Michael Bews, one of the original skaters who campaigned for the skatepark in Fleet.
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The skatepark is situated in the corner of The Views park. Parking is available right next to the skatepark, off Victoria Road (Victoria Road car park).
The nearest public toilets are situated in the Harlington Centre, across the road. Being close to the centre of town, there are plenty of cafes nearby.