Skaterham skatepark is a really interesting indoor park built in a church. It is a small park constructed of bespoke wooden ramps and also features an outdoor section as well.
The indoor part of the park is a very much a back and forth based course that is made up of quarter pipes, flat banks, spines, jump box, driveways, hubba, and a long roll in. The outdoor section is larger and more open and features in the back corner a wave run with a large roll in, and an open flat street section that holds a pyramid, rail, ledges, hubbas, flat banks, quarter pipes and mini ramp section with some spined half pipes.
Skaterham skatepark is a great local park and has something for everyone, whether you are a street or transition skater. The ramps are smooth and grippy and also have a wooden base meaning that the tranistions are seamless and flowing. It is a great place for beginners and experienced skaters alike too because they have various different ramps for all abilities.
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Caterham train station: Exit Caterham station onto Church Hill and take the road named Waller Lane on your right. Follow this road until the end and cross over onto High Street, taking this road until the roundabout. Here take Chaldon Road on your left and then Westway on your right all the way to the end. At the roundabout turn right onto Coulsdon Road and follow it north until Gaurds Avenue is on your right. Here is where Skaterham skatepark can be found.
Guards Avenue bus stop: Exit the bus onto Guards Avenue and Skaterham skatepark will be in sight.
- On-site Cafe
- On-site Skate Shop
- Relaxing Area