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Finsbury Park Skatepark

Located next to the tennis courts in Finsbury Park, Finsbury Park Skatepark is a simple, nicely designed concrete skatepark. It features two bowls, one with rounded banks and quarter pipes with a hubba and fun box along the middle. The other shallower bowl is smaller with a tall extension.

It is a nice skatepark considering its size and is good for skateboarding, BMX and scooters. It’s perhaps a bit too small for advanced skaters and it can get quite busy, which is great for socialising, but less good for space. If you want a more challenging skate session with a bit more space the nearby Clissold Park skatepark may be more suitable.

Finsbury Park Skatepark was built in 2006 by Fearless Ramps.

Opening Times : No known opening and closing times
  • Concrete
  • Free
  • Outdoors
  • Address
  • Map
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Finsbury Park
Seven Sisters Road
London
N4 2AQ

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Finsbury Park train station: Exit Finsbury Park station onto Seven Sisters Road and head east, Finsbury Park will be on your left, enter and follow signs to the skatepark.

Alexandra Grove bus stop: Exit the bus and Finsbury Park will be in sight, the skatepark is within here.

London Underground Finsbury Park 0.3 miles Victoria & Piccadilly line
National Rail Finsbury Park 0.3 miles
Bus Alexandra Grove (Stops P &Q) 0.1 miles 29, 253, 254, 259, N29, N253 & N279

Amenities

  • Toilet
  • On-site Cafe

Toilets are located close by at the Finsbury Park Cafe.