Morpeth skatepark is an all concrete park located by the tennis courts in Carlisle Park.
The skatepark follows a small back and forth layout, starting on one side with a flat bank next to a quarter pipe that opens up onto a fun box in the middle with a hubba and hipped banks. Following this is a bowled corner with an adjoining flat bank and a stair set with a rail leading off the top platform.
Morpeth skatepark is a nice local park with smooth surfaces and a range of features suitable for most disciplines and abilities. It’s a good place to come for a warm up or to practice the basics.
The skatepark opened in July 2005 following six years of fundraising and campaigning. The park cost £130,000. A new grind box was added in October 2013.
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Morpeth train station: Exit the station onto Shields Road and head north, crossing over the roundabout onto Castle Bank and continue until Carlisle Park on your left. Here, Morpeth skatepark can be found.
Castle Square bus stop: Exit the bus onto Castle Square and Morpeth skatepark will be in Carlisle Park.