The Skateparks Project’s guide to London skateparks offers information about every officially designated skate spot in Greater London. With local knowledge provided by local skaters and riders, you can now search and browse park details, photos, locations and other useful information about every skatepark in London.
Acton Skatepark is a concrete skatepark in Acton Park. It features an open bowl and back-and-forth with plaza section. The […]
What was once a paddling pool is now converted into a simple but fairly unique skatepark opened in February 2009 […]
Hidden away by The Lake in Alexandra Palace is this small concrete skate park with a nice amount of obstacles […]
Barking’s Better Extreme Skatepark is London’s largest indoor skatepark.
This skatepark is situated in Barking Park and is a simple park with some metal obstacles on tarmac. It features […]
BaySixty6 is an long time haunt of the London skate scene and has changed hands and names many times over […]
Beckenham Place Park BMX Track is a tarmac and gravel BMX jump trail located next to Beckenham Place Skatepark. The […]
Beckenham Place skatepark is made up of metal ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark features a back and forth run, with […]
Bedfont skatepark is an all concrete park that can be found in Feltham and is made up of a back […]
Belair Park skatepark is made up of skatelite/metal framed ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark features a back and […]
Betts Park skatepark is made up of a metal driveway and a ramp.
Bexleyheath skatepark is made up of a wooden mini ramp.
This is a nice concrete, clover bowl situated in Biggin Hill Recreational Ground. Built by Wheelscape in February 2010 is […]
Bloblands skatepark has been around for a long time as a quirky DIY, but in 2014 got the revamp treatment […]
This is your fairly standard council built park with a standard layout made from skatelite obstacles on tarmac surface. It […]
Bush Hill Park Skatepark is a small and simple back and forth skatepark opened in September 2010. It features a […]
Cantelowes is widely recognised as one of the biggest and best outdoor bowls in the UK which underwent a extensive […]
Central Venture Park bowl is an all concrete bowl. The bowl is a rounded rectangular shape and has a ledge and […]
Charlton Park Skatepark is a concrete skatepark consisting of a bowl and street section. The skatepark opened in October 2017 […]
Chingford’s Chase Lane Skatepark is a concrete skatepark located within Chase Lane Park. The skatepark features modular concrete flat banks, […]
Churchfields Recreation Ground Skatepark consists of a rail and metal ramps.
This skatepark is situated on Clapham Common and was refurbished and then opened to the public in January 2012 by […]
Clissold Park Skatepark (AKA Clissold Wheels Park) opened in December 2010 by Freestyle but was forced to close due to […]
Collingwood skatepark was designed and built by Gravity and opened in 2009. It is an all concrete bowl that can […]
Coney Hall Skatepark consists of flat banks, grind box, fun box, rail and quarter pipe. Whilst most of the ramps […]
Connaught skatepark is a metal ramp park on a tarmac base. The skatepark features quarter pipes, flat banks, a spine, […]
Cottons Park skatepark is made up of concrete ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark is made up of two back and […]
Hidden amongst the trees on Parkland Walk, pretty much half way between Finsbury Park and Highgate, is Crouch Hill’s local […]
Crystal Palace Park skatepark consists of an extended 100 metre long and 11 m wide curved concrete band, filled with […]
Dagenham skatepark is a small park with a lot of potential, the lay out of the park gives a lot […]
Danson Skatepark was designed and built by Freestyle and opened in 2009. It is a medium sized all concrete park […]
Edmonton skatepark (also known as A10 Skatepark) is quite an old council built skatepark, however it remains in quite good […]
This is another council built metal skate park on a tarmac grounding featuring a nice mini ramp at one end […]
Ruislip’s Field End Recreation Ground skatepark is a back-and-fourth concrete skatepark with plaza features. The park was built in August […]
Located next to the tennis courts in Finsbury Park, Finsbury Park Skatepark is a simple, nicely designed concrete skatepark. It […]
Folkestone Gardens Skatepark, in Deptford, is a concrete plaza-style skatepark, with street features and half-bowl. Work began in October 2015 […]
Once one of the smallest skateparks in London, Friary Park Skatepark was upgraded in November 2015 and was expanded. The […]
Nestled in Bishop’s Park is the Fulham skatepark, a small and simple concrete park. It rides smooth and originally featured […]
Goresbrook Park Skatepark is a concrete skatepark with mini ramp and ledges.
Gurnell skatepark is situated next to Ealing’s Gurnell Leisure Centre and is a concrete park opened in September 2011 by […]
Hackney Concrete Bumps is a series of concrete bumps without any rails or ledges.
Hainault skatepark is made up of metal ramps on a concrete base. The skatepark features a mini ramp as well as […]
Harold Hill skatepark, found in Central Park, was designed & built by Wheelscape and opened in 2014. It is an […]
Harrow Lodge skatepark is made up of metal ramps. The skatepark features a jump box and a driveway.
Opened in July 1978, Harrow skatepark was one of the first bowl parks to be opened in the UK and […]
Hop Kingdom is a free indoors skatepark built by Hop King. It features a back and forth layout with fixed […]
Horn Park skatepark is made up of wooden ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark features a back and forth […]
Opened in the Summer of 2014 The House of VANS is the second of its kind after the success of […]
Kennington bowl is one of the oldest spots in London and one of the original spots on the UK skate […]
Kimber Skatepark, located in King George’s Park next to the River Wandle, is an enclosed concrete plaza style loop with additional […]
King George’s Playing Field Skatepark is a metal mini-ramp.
King George skatepark is made up of metal ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark is made up of a mini ramp […]
Kings College Skatepark is a concrete park built by Wheelscape in April 2016. It features a bowl and back-and-forth with […]
Situated in King’s Fields, this skatepark was designed and constructed by Wheelscape and opened in April 2011. It has been […]
Ladywell skatepark is made up of metal ramps on a tarmac base. Ladywell skatepark features a back and forth run, with […]
Opened in June 2013, this is a modern and large park was built by Wheelscape with the input of local […]
Lordship Recreational Ground Freestyle Area, also known as Lordship Skatepark, is a tarmac and concrete skatepark in North London. The […]
Claiming to be one of the oldest skateparks in London, this series of three bowls has been here since the […]
Mellows Park skatepark is made up of metal ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark features a back and forth run […]
Mile End skatepark was unveiled by Gravity in June 2011, it is a heavily street oriented park and is the […]
Mitcham skatepark is made of concrete ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark features a mini ramp as well as […]
Thamesmead’s Moat Gardens Skatepark is a back-and-forth layout park made from metal frames surfaced with skatelite.
Stonebridge Park skatepark is made up of metal ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark features a back and forth run […]
Mudchute is a small, multi-level plaza designed by Freestyle, opened in April 2006 and is the only skatepark in the […]
Opened by Freestyle in November 2010, Muswell Hill skatepark is a plaza style park is made up of two smooth […]
Newlands Park Skatepark is a metal mini-ramp.
Norbiton skatepark is made up of skatelite ramps on a concrete base. The skatepark features a bowl, mini ramp, driveway, […]
Normand Park Skatepark is a small concrete park featuring a a grind box, platform and several bumps. It’s not a […]
Old Dagenham Park Skatepark is a metal park featuring a back-and-forth layout with quarter pipe, roll-in, transition, fun box and […]
Parsloes Park Skatepark consists of metal ramps including rails, flat banks and fun box.
This skate park can be found hidden away in a corner of Peckham Rye Park and is the standard, council […]
Pinkwell Park Skatepark is a metal park on tarmac base.
A spacious park situated in Pole Hill Open Space made up of metal ramps on a concrete base. At one […]
Opened in winter of 2010, Pollards Hill is a large concrete park laid out on a figure 8 and has […]
In the Rotary Field in Purley is this 5 foot metal mini ramp. Built by the council and nothing to […]
Rainham Plaza is situated in the playing fields next to Brittons Academy and is a huge all concrete multi level […]
Ravenscourt Park skatepark is made up of a metal mini ramp.
Rom first opened its gates in August 1978 and was one of the originals on the UK skatepark scene, it […]
Roundwood Park Skatepark is a 488sqm concrete skatepark built by Wheelscape in 2016.
Known by either Royal Oak or Meanwhile 2, this park has been beneath this underpass for a long time in […]
Seven Kings skatepark is made up of metal ramps on a concrete base. The skatepark features a mini ramp as […]
This skatepark at South Norwood is a fairly simple back and forth concrete park that was designed in conjunction with […]
The undercroft of the Southbank Centre is widely recognised as the birthplace of British skateboarding and has been home to […]
St Helier skatepark is made up of skatelite ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark features a mini ramp as […]
One of the oldest skateparks in London or for that matter anywhere, Stockwell, aka “Brixton Beach” or “Brixton Bowls” – […]
This skatepark is a great example of how an unusually shaped and limited space of land can be utilised successfully. […]
Thames View Bowl is a concrete bowl off the Thames View School Playing Field.
Thames View Estate Concrete Skatepark consisting of a back-and-forth layout with fun box.
Thornbury Park Skatepark is a concrete park featuring a back-and-forth layout. The skatepark consists of quarter pipes at each end, […]
Situated in a nicely landscaped environment is this simple but challenging bowl, affectionately know as ‘Bowlworth’. It consists of two […]
Tubbenden skatepark in Orpington is made up of metal-frame skatelite ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark features a back […]
This concrete skatepark is situated in Victoria park and was long awaited finally being unveiled in July 2011. Constructed by […]
Wallington skatepark is made of skatelite ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark features flat banks, quarter pipes as well […]
Walthamstow skatepark is a small concrete skatepark situated in Lloyd Park opened in September 2012 by Gravity that holds a […]
Opened by Freestyle in March 2012, this skate park is tucked away in a corner of Wandle Park and is […]
Walling skatepark is made up of metal ramps on a tarmac base. The skatepark features a back and forth run with […]
Opened in May 2007, this plaza style concrete skatepark is hidden away between the arches of the railway bridge leading […]
Located at the back of Whittington Park, off Holloway Road, Whittington Park Skatepark is a concrete driveway with concrete rippled […]
This is a council built skatelite park on tarmac, set in an area right on the bank of the Thames. […]
The graveyard is for skateparks that have been permanently closed. Some of our information may be from unconfirmed sources.
Frontside Gardens was the brain child of a local ramp builder who entered a competition and went on to win […]