Immingham Skatepark

Immingham skatepark was designed and built by Maverick Industries and opened in 2012. It is an all concrete skatepark with both street and transition elements and can be found in Homestead Park.

The course starts on one side with two linked quarter pipes that lead up to a flat bank and stair set with rail and hubbas. Following on from this is a hipped bank that leads up to an upper level with a rail and finishes with a bowled edge and roll in. The bowled edge leads around the outside of the course and into a small bowled section with an open side that opens into the main body of the park. On the other side of the bowl is a small mini ramp and also a pump bump.

Immingham is a great local spot with something for everyone whether you like to skate transitions or street. It is the perfect place for beginners to learn the basics and also for more experienced skaters wanting more of a challenge, either way you should get yourself down here and check it out.

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Immingham Skatepark
Homestead Park
Church Lane
DN40 2HB

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

Civic Centre bus stop: Exit the bus onto Pelham Road and take Washdyke Lane north until Church Lane is on your right. Here take this road and follow it into Homestead Park and the skatepark can be found here.

National Rail Ulceby 4.5 miles
Bus Civic Centre 0.3 miles 5, 5C & 510


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