The Kings Norton skatepark may not be made up of the most original arrangement of obstacles but it is set on a super smooth concrete surface which hasn’t taken to much of a beating over the years and remains in good condition.
The park features a large mini ramp with varying heights and a small extension on one side, adjacent to this is a long bowled corner with a flat bank on one side and hip with koston block on the other. In the centre of the park is a driveway with adjoining stair set and hubba which faces a tall flat bank with a lead up to a love seat in the middle. There is also a spine and a ledge along the far edge.
This is a great local park, usually parks this size and layout are made of metal and it is unusual to see it made from concrete. It is a good spot to come down to if your in the area but there are more challenging parks nearby if that is what you are after.
Pershore Road South
|Kings Norton||0.4 miles|
|Melchett Road||0.2 miles||45 & 146|
Kings Norton train station: Exit Kings Norton station onto Station Road and head south until you reach Camp Lane. Turn right on this road and walk until Westhill Road on your left and follow this road until Kings Norton skatepark is in sight.
Melchett Road bus stop: Exit the bus and head south down Pershore Road until Kings Norton skatepark is in sight.
There are no on site toilets however there are free to use facilities nearby.