Opened in July 2009 after over a year of campaigning from the local Revolution Skate Squad, this all concrete skatepark was unveiled and holds both a small tansition and street section set over two levels.
The top level of this skatepark houses the street course and features a vert wall at one side that leads up to a rail and staggered ledge on one side, and a stair set with rail next to a bank with two hubbas. These then lead down into the open transition section which consists of a tight, open sided circular bowl with a pump bump for speed. On one side of this is a mini ramp and on the other side ofthe bowl is another vert wall.
This is a nice local park with a nice layout and decent set of obstacles. It would be a good place to come and practise the basics or for a game of skate with friends.
South Beach Parade
|Great Yarmouth||1.3 miles|
|Barrack Road||0.2 miles||2 & 4|
Great Yarmouth train station: Exit Great Yarmouth station and cross over the river and join onto North Quay and head south along this road until you reach the bridge. Cross over the road onto South Quay and continue to head south until you reach Queen’s Road on your left. Follow this road until you see the park on your right and within here is where Great Yarmouth skatepark can be found.
Barrack Road bus stop: Exit the bus onto Admiralty Road and take the road named Dickens Avenue. Follow this road along until you see the park on your left. Here the Great Yarmouth skatepark will be in sight.
There is no on site toilet however there is free to use facilities nearby.