Tonbridge skatepark was designed and built by Bendcrete and opened in 2004. It is an all concrete street plaza style park that can be found in the park next to the River Medway.
It is a simple set up and starts on one side with a flat bank with a small extension and an inset whippy quarter with extention. These then open up into the main body of the park, one half leads up to a second level with a stair set and rail with flat banks & a hubba either side, and the other half has a manny pad with a narrow driveway finishing with a quarter pipe.
This is a nice local park with smooth surfaces and a good set of obstacles. It is a great place to come and practise the basics but there are also some nice lines you can hit here for the more experienced skaters.
New Wharf Road
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Tonbridge train station: Exit Tonbridge station onto Railway Approach and head north until the roundabout and cross over onto High Street continuing onwards until New Wharf Road. Take this road and follow it until the end where it exits into the park and Tonbridge skatepark will be in sight.
Castle bus stop: Exit the bus onto High Street and head south until New Wharf Road on your right. Here take this road and follow it until the end where it exits into the park and Tonbridge skatepark will be in sight.