Halton Skatepark

Halton skatepark was designed and built by Maverick Industries and opened in 2011. It is an all concrete bowl park with a few street elements thrown into the mix.

There are two bowls here that are wrapped around each other, the first one is a deeper, more open one and the second being shallower. The shallower bowl has a pyramid in the middle and two speed bowl like corners with extensions either side of it. In between the two bowls they are linked with two spines. On the top platform of the bowls on one side there is a curved, staggered ledge and on the other side is a manny pad.

This is a great local park with some great transitions, there are a lot of little corners and bumps that you can pump around all day without having to push once as the surfaces are so smooth and fast. It is a well designed park and shows that a lot can be done in a small space and should definitely be visited, especially if your a transition skater.

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Halton Skatepark
Low Road

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Lancaster train station: As it is a long distance from the station it would be recommended to get a bus or a taxi to Halton skatepark.

Community Centre bus stop: Exit the bus onto Low Road and Halton skatepark will be in sight.

National Rail Lancaster 3.1 miles
Bus Community Centre 0.1 miles 5B


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