Clissold Park Skatepark (AKA Clissold Wheels Park) opened in December 2010 by Freestyle but was forced to close due to vandalism in early 2014. However, in June 2014 it was reopened thanks to the efforts of a local crew of skaters who mended the damage caused by the vandals.
It is a simple park with two adjacent concrete bowls. The smaller bowl has a long back wall with three bowled corners and two hips. Around that is the bigger bowl in an unusual V-shape with three steep hips and wide bowled corners. As the bowls are adjacent to each other it also allows for transfers between the two.
Thanks to the clean up the bowls are smooth and fast with all the corners leading nicely into each other, if you are a bowl skater Clissold Park can provide you with a good place for a chilled afternoon session with some nice transitions and opportunities for spine transfers too.
|Stoke Newington||0.9 miles|
|Kings Crescent Estate (Stops PU & PJ)||0.1 miles||141 & 341|
|Manor House||0.9 miles||Piccadilly line|
Stoke Newington train station: Exit Stoke Newington station onto Stamford Hill and head south. Follow this road until you see Stoke Newington Church Street on your right and follow it until you reach Clissold Park.
Kings Crescent Estate bus stop: Exit the bus and Clissold park will be within sight, the skatepark is within here.
Manour House train station: Exit Manor House station onto Green Lanes and head south until you see Clissold Park on your left and the skate park is within here.
- On-site Cafe
There are toilets and cafe 5 mins away within Clissold Park.