Rotherham skateapark was designed by Freestyle and built by Wheelscape, opening in 2009. It is primarily a street plaza but also has some transitions thrown into the mix as well and can be found in Clifton Park.
The skatepark is set up in a loop and starts on one side with a raised level and a stair set with rails leading down to the lower level. On one side is a path that features a ledge with pole jam and following this is a curved ledge next to a kicker and following this is a taco that acts as a return ramp and leads back onto the second path in the loop. This features a flat bank that leads up to the next level with a rail, hubba and euro gap and following this is a long manny pad and a driveway with a quarter pipe and hubba.
Rotherham is a great local skatepark, especially if you are a street skater. The surfaces are smooth and there is a decent selection of obstacles creatively arranged given the available space. If you are in the area you should definitely get yourself down here and check it out.
- /// what3words
Rotherham Central train station: Exit the station onto Bridge Street and head east, crossing over the river and following the footpath next to the river until it exits onto Whamcliffe Street. Follow this road until Clifton Park and Rotherham skatepark can be found here.
Clifton Park Museum bus stop: Exit the bus onto Clifton Lane and Rotherham skatepark will be found in Clifton Park.
|Rotherham Central||0.8 miles|
|Cifton Park Museum||0.1 miles||14 & 680|
There are no on site toilets but there are free to use facilities nearby in the cafe.