Ipswich skatepark is a medium sized all concrete park that can be found on the banks of the River Orwell and contains a mixture of street and transition elements.
It starts on one side with a mini ramp that has two hipped quarter pipes leading perpendicularly off the edges and opening into the main body of the skatepark. Following on from this is a jump box and a pyramid with a hubba that lead up to two flat banks that act as return ramps to those runs. Back to back with one of the flat banks is another flat bank that faces a third one and is along side a ledge that finishes the course off.
Ipswich skatepark is a great local park in a nice spot next to the river. The layout is not the most original however the surfaces are smooth and fast making it a great spot for beginner and experienced skaters alike. If you are in the area you should get down here and check it out.
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Ipswich train station: Exit Ipswich station onto Station Yard and cross over onto Princes Street heading north and crossing the river. Take the footpath on your right just after the river and follow it along until Ipswich skatepark is in sight.
Old Bell bus stop: Exit the bus onto Vernon Street and head north crossing over Stoke Bridge and Ipswich skatepark will be on your left.