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Willenhall Skatepark

Willenhall skatepark was designed and built by Wheelscape, opening in 2014. It is an all concrete skatepark that can be found in Willenhall Memorial Park and features both street and transition elements.

The skatepark starts on one side with a raised level that has a long quarter pipe running along the back side with an extension. Coming off one side of that is a small square bowl that has a roll in on one side and is spined on the other with a jump box that leads into a larger bowl. This bowl is split into two halves with a spine and a pump bump with one section being deeper than the other and in one corner it is lead into with a stair set, rail and hubba from the raised level. Running along the long side of the course is a run that starts with a flat bank leading up to a hubba and finishing with a wedge.

Willenhall skatepark is a great local spot, especially if you like transitions. There is a nice rhythm run to go back and forth along as well as a lot of variety in the bowls that have a lot of bumps and corners to pump around. The surfaces are smooth and fast meaning that it is a great place for beginners and experienced skaters alike.

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Willenhall Skatepark
Willenhall Memorial Park
Pinson Road
Willenhall
Walsall
WV13 2PW

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Walsall train station: As it is a long distance from the station it would be recommended to get a bus or a taxi to get to Willenhall skatepark.

St Stephens Avenue bus stop: Exit the bus onto Pinson Road and enter Willenhall Memorial Park, here is where the skatepark can be found.

National Rail Walsall 4.8 miles
Bus St Stephens Avenue 0.2 miles 25 & 25C

Builder

The following suppliers were involved in the design and build of the current skatepark.