Positioned close to Oakham town centre, Oakham’s Cutts Close skatepark contains quarter pipes, a flat bank, rails, ledges and a spine.
The layout of the park is designed for younger, less experienced users, particularly scooters. This skatepark is not suitable for experienced BMXers or skateboarders owing to the lack of run-off and anti-skid coping.
The original timber skatepark was built for Oakham Town Council in October 2007 at a cost of £25,000. However, following a number of modifications and improvements, the decision was made to completely rebuild the park. In the summer of 2015, a new metal skatepark was built at a cost of £40,000 + VAT.
|Oakham Market Place||0.2 miles||29, 41, 44, 182, 182, RF1, RF2|
|Oakham Station||0.3 miles||Trains via Leicester and Peterborough|
|Oakham Bus Station||0.3 miles||9, 19, 19A, 40, 41, 44, 113, 146, 182, R47, RF1, RF2, RR5, RR10, RR11|
Oakham Skatepark is a 5 minutes walk from Oakham train station where you can get trains to and from Leicester and Peterborough. The local bus station is 5 minutes away, behind Wilkinsons. There are several car parks nearby, with Church Street and Burley Road the closest, both 2 minutes from the park.
Oakham skatepark is just a three minutes walk from public toilets, and is just as close to two car parks and Oakham town centre, where there are plenty of shops and cafes. Although there is no floodlighting, the skatepark is situated in Cutts Close Park (near the All Saints Church) where there are street lights, bins, and grassy banks that are regularly used by bikers.