The Skateparks Project brings you a list of all of the purpose built skate spots in north London. There is detailed information about all north London skateparks including location, photos, transport information and any other details you could possibly need about local skateparks.
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 […]
Bush Hill Park Skatepark is a small and simple back and forth skatepark opened in September 2010. It features a […]
Edmonton skatepark (also known as A10 Skatepark) is quite an old council built skatepark, however it remains in quite good […]
Located next to the tennis courts in Finsbury Park, Finsbury Park Skatepark is a simple, nicely designed concrete skatepark. It […]
Once one of the smallest skateparks in London, Friary Park Skatepark was upgraded in November 2015 and was expanded. The […]
Lordship Recreational Ground Freestyle Area, also known as Lordship Skatepark, is a tarmac and concrete skatepark in North London. The […]
Opened by Freestyle in November 2010, Muswell Hill skatepark is a plaza style park is made up of two smooth […]
The graveyard is for skateparks that have been permanently closed. Some of our information may be from unconfirmed sources.
Hidden amongst the trees on Parkland Walk, pretty much half way between Finsbury Park and Highgate, is Crouch Hill’s local […]