Haverfordwest skatepark was designed and built by Maverick Industries and opened in 2014. It is a large, all concrete skatepark that can be found on the banks of the Western Cleddau and features a bit of everything with a lot of transitions.
The skatepark starts in one corner with a bowl section, the first of which is made up of a rectangular bowl with two speed bowls joined onto the end. This is then spined on one side with another bowl that is made up of a rectangular shape with a rounded side that has two over verts.
Running along the bottom side of the skatepark is anther transition based section that features some mellower parts that starts on one side with a flat bank. Following this is a large hipped bank with rainbow rail that lead up to a jump box and manny pad. These then lead up to an area with a series of pump bumps and an unusual bowled corner with hipped bank inset and next to this is then a rounded area with staggered curved ledges.
Dotted around the skatepark are also a series of street elements such as manny pads, hubbas, rails, ledges, a taco and a kicker.
Westhaverford skatepark is an amazing facility with literally something for everyone. There is a huge selection of obstacles here that have been creatively arranged for long flowing lines and there is enough space between them. There are a lot of bumps and corners in all the right places for endless lines that you don’t need to push along. It is a great place for beginners and experienced skaters alike and if your from the area or not you should get yourself down here.
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Haverfordwest train station: Exit the station onto Cartlett road and head west until the roundabout. Here take Freemans Way south until Haverfordwest is on your right.
Picton Place bus stop: Exit the bus onto Picton Place and at the roundabout take Freemans Way south until Haverfordwest is on your right.
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