Once one of the smallest skateparks in London, Friary Park Skatepark was upgraded in November 2015 and was expanded.
The new concrete skatepark, costing £60,000, features several quarter pipes, flat banks, ledges, launch ramps, fun box and rails.
Friary Park Skatepark is managed by Barnet Council.
The original concrete skatepark was built in 2009 at a cost of £30,000.
The skatepark can be used within the Friary park opening times, from 8am to 6pm daily.
Friern Barnet Lane
|New Southgate||1.3 miles|
|The Ridgeway||0.1 miles||234 & 383|
New Southgate train station: Exit New Southgate station onto Friern Barnet Road and head west until you Friern Barnet Lane on your right. Head north up this road until you see Friary Park on your left and the skate park is within there.
The Ridgeway bus stop: Exit the bus and Friary Park should be in sight where the skatepark is situated.
- On-site Cafe
The toilets and cafe are in Friary House, the building by the skatepark .