Lordship Recreational Ground Freestyle Area, also known as Lordship Skatepark, is a tarmac and concrete skatepark in North London. The skatepark is definitely one of the more visually interesting skateparks in London, but is geared more to BMXers than skaters. It features a series of concrete obstacles in the form of a ripple, bowled corners, edged with two grind boxes. It also features a hubba and a volcano in the centre for pumping on.
Lordship Skatepark is managed by Haringey Council.
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Turnpike Lane train station: Exit Turnpike Lane station onto Westbury Avenue and head north east until you reach Lordship Lane. Once here turn right down this road and follow it until you see Lordship Recreational Ground on your right, then follow the signs to the skatepark.
Waltheof Avenue bus stop: Exit the bus and Lordship Recreational Ground will be in sight and the skatepark is within here.
|Turnpike Lane||1.0 miles|
|Waltheof Avenue (Stops LB & LK)||0.1 miles||123 & 243|
- On-site Cafe
The toilet facilities and cafe are located within Lordship Recreational Ground and are subject to opening and closing times.