Shoreham skatepark is a large all concrete park that is split into two seperate parts, a street and a pool section, and can be found on the banks of the River Adur.
The street section starts on one side with a quarter pipe that opens onto a small bowled area and following this is a flat bank with rail and hubba that leads up to another flat bank with a euro gap. Perpendicular to this is a small back and forth run made up of flat banks and shallow quarter pipes with a jersey barrier.
Next to the street section is where the old school pool can be found. It is split into three parts, one rectangular, a speed bowl and a wider round bowl that are all joined up in the centre. It has concrete pool coping and tiling all around the outside edges and each section are differing heights with some nice transitions and corners between them.
Shoreham skatepark is a great local spot and features everything you could possibly want from a skatepark. There is something for everyone here of all abilities, the selection of obstacles is decent and the old school pool is a big attraction. The surfaces are super smooth as well, making this a great spot for beginners and experienced skaters alike.
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Shoreham-by-Sea train station: Exit Shoreham station onto Brunswick Road and head south until Ham Road on your left. Take this road and follow it until the end where it meets Eastern Avenue and here is where Shoreham skatepark can be found.
Eastern Avenue bus stop: Exit the bus onto Brighton Road and Shoreham skatepark will be in sight