Potters Bar Skatepark

Potters Bar skatepark was designed and built by Freestyle, opening in 2006. It is a medium sized, all concrete skatepark that holds both street and transition elements that can be found in King George V Recreational Ground.

On one side of the park it opens up with a long bowled edge with two curves inset to be used as a start ramp. On one side there is a large volcano and the other is a street section that features a ledge, roll over, manny pad, hubba and a driveway with a rail. The course finises off with two hipped banks, one with a ledge.

This is a nice local skatepark with a little bit of something for everyone of all abilities. The surfaces are smooth and the layout makes good use of the available space, definitely worth checking out if you are in the area.

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King George V Recreational Ground
Mutton Lane
Potters Bar

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Potters Bar Train Station: Exit the station onto Darkes Lane and head south until Mutton Lane on your right. Take this road and follow it until King George V Rec is on your right and the skatepark will be in sight.

Furzefield Centre bus stop: Exit the bus onto Mutton Lane and the skatepark will be in sight.

Plenty of parking.

National Rail Potters Bar 0.8 miles
Bus Furzefield Centre 0.1 miles 84, 84A & 398


There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby in the leisure centre.


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