Burton-on-Trent skatepark was designed and built by Freestyle and opened in 2010. It is an all concrete course that is mainly transitions focused with some street elements mixed in.
On one side of the skatepark is a rectangular bowl with metal coping, an extension and a flat bank opposite it. Next to this is a kidney bowl without coping and spined with the other bowl and also has an extension around one corner. Behind these is where the rest of the skatpeark starts, on one side with a hipped bank and running up the opposite side is a flat bank with an extension and on top of this bank is a ledge. On the opposite corner to this is a taco with metal coping.
Burton-on-Trent skatepark is a great local spot, especially if you like to ride transitions. There are a lot of little bumps and corners that you can pump around and not have to push once. The surfaces are smooth and fast and it is a great place or both beginners and experienced skaters alike.
- /// what3words
Shobnall Leisure Complex
Burton on Trent
Burton-on-Trent train station: Exit Burton-on-Trent station onto Borough Road and follow it west until Wellington Street on your left. Take this road south, follow it until the roundabout and then take Shobnall Road on your right. Follow this road along until the park on your right, here is where Burton-on-Trent skatepark can be found.
Crossman Street bus stop: Exit the bus onto Shobnall Road and Burton-on-Trent skatepark will be in sight.
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There are no on site toilets but there are free to use toilets nearby in the leisure centre.