Cramlington skatepark was designed and built by Gravity, opening in 2008. It is a large all concrete park that consists of both transition and street elements that can be found in Alexandra Park.
On one side of the skatepark is a kinked rectangular bowl with a flat bottom and metal coping around the edges. Leading off the platform on the back side of the bowl is a series of flat banks and quarter pipes with a stair set, pole jam, extension, taco, hubbas and rails inset. These then open up into the main body of the skatepark which is a open, flat area with a pump bump in the middle. At the other side of the skatepark is a small plaza style area raised up with flat banks featuring a series of ledges, manny pads, hubbas and rails.
Cramlington skatepark is a great local spot, there is a good selection of obstacles here which have been arranged in a creative way to make good use of the space. There are some nice flowing lines here with well placed transitions for pumping along, making this a good place for both beginners and more experienced skaters alike.
- /// what3words
Cramlington train station: Exit Cramlington station onto Westmorland Road and head south along here until the roundabout. At the roundabout take Dudley Lane south until Alexandra Park is on your left and here is where Cramlington skatepark can be found.
Stonelaw bus stop: Exit the bus onto Dudley Lane and Cramlington skatepark will be in sight.
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The following suppliers were involved in the design and build of the current skatepark.