Deal skatepark is an all concrete skatepark in Victoria Park, Kent. It features a nice big bowl section and also a decent street section too.
The bowl here is a large rectangular shape with an island in the middle and a spine running between the island and the edge to split it in half. There are multiple different sections to the bowl each with different depths and even a small over vert in one of the corners. There are a lot of little bump and corners here that you can pump around all day without having to push once.
The other half of the skatepark is taken up with a plaza style street section that has two raised levels on either side with flat banks, hubbas, rails and an inset quarter pipe coming down off them. Along the side there is also a series of flat banks and bowled edges with a euro gap, stair set and hubba coming down them as well.
This is a great local park with a lot of unusual in obstacles to hit. The concrete is smooth and grippy and there is a nice amount of space between obstacles. It would be a perfect place for a beginner to come and learn the ropes or someone more experienced to master the lines.
- /// what3words
Deal train station: Exit Deal station onto Queen Street and cross over onto Blenheim Road, follow this road south until Gilford Road. Here turn right onto the road and continue until Victoria Park, once here the skatepark will be in sight.
Brickmakers Arms bus stop: Exit the bus onto Mill Road and head north until Park Avenue. Here turn right and follow the road until Victoria Park, here the skatepark will be in sight.
There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby in the tennis centre.