Tamworth skatepark was desigend and built by Freestyle opening in 2009. It is an all concrete course and is primarily a street park with some transition elements thrown into the mix.
It starts on one side with a quarter pipe and a wedge that face onto a funbox area with hipped bnk, rails, ledges and a manny pad. Following this is a long flat bank with an extension that is hipped with a mini ramp in the back corner.
Tamworth skatepark is a nice local park with a fairly basic set of obstacles that are arranged in the usual way, although the surfaces are smooth and fast that makes up for it. It is a good place for beginners to come and practise the basics however if you are after a more challenging skate check out one of the other skateparks nearby.
|Kettlebrook Road||0.3 miles||4, 7, 115, 116, 765, 766 & 786|
Tamworth train station: Exit the station onto the roundabout and take Victoria Road south continuing as it turns into Mill Lane until the next roundabout. Cross over onto Ankerdrive and head south, crossing over the river and continuing ot the next roundabout. Here corss over onto Riverdrive and Tamworth skatepark will be on your right.
Kettlebrook Road bus stop: Exit the bus onto Glascote Road and head west until the roundabout, take Ankerdrive south until the next roundabout and continue along the road until the third roundabout. Here take Riverdrive on your left and Tamworth skatepark will be on your right.