Tolworth “Bowlworth” Skatepark

Situated in a nicely landscaped environment is this simple but challenging bowl, affectionately know as ‘Bowlworth’. It consists of two depths, 4 and 6 foot, with nice transitions between them.

The shallower bowl has longer and thinner and has no flat bottom so is very fast but it features pool coping around the edge which is something you don’t often seeĀ and makes a nice change.

The deeper section is a lot bigger and slower and has a flat bottom making it a lot more accessible and easier for less experienced bowl skaters to practise their lines. There is also metal coping all the way around this section.

This is a nice local spot with smooth grippy surfaces and some nice bumps and lines to pump along. Get down here and check it out.

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King George's Field
Jubilee Way

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Tolworth train station: Exit Tolworth station onto Kingston Road and head south. Soon on your right should be a road called Jubilee Way. Follow this and eventually the skatepark will be on your right.

Jubilee Way, King George’s bus stop: Exit the bus and the skatepark should be in sight.

National Rail Tolworth 0.5 miles
Bus Jubilee Way, King George's 0.1 miles K2


There are no on-site toilets however there are facilities nearby within the park.


The following suppliers were involved in the design and build of the current skatepark.