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Where are the Best Skateparks?

  • 4 min read

Here is a quick guide to a real mix of UK indoor and outdoor skateparks - from a wet, windy coastal spot on the Shetland Islands to the biggest indoor skatepark in the UK and Europe. 

So, if you are wondering “What is the best skatepark near me?” – have a look at the postcodes below and see where you find yourself. 

Extreme urban sports are now a must for most youngsters and teenagers, with Freestyle Scootering now the fastest growing youth sport, thanks to the incredible success of the similar pursuits, BMXing and Skateboarding. 

The exciting urban sports of scootering, skateboarding and BMXing, all share the same spaces, and as a result, facilities are re-surfacing, resurging, re-generating are becoming more and more popular. 

There has been new investment in some truly epic indoor skating facilities, with the UK boasting some of the biggest and best skateparks in Europe.

With an amazing array of indoor skateparks and outdoor skateparks up and down the UK there is enough to keep all urban extreme sport fans happy and most skateparks have something for beginners, like mini ramps, and the biggest skateparks have the popular concrete bowl, for the more experienced riders. 


Lerwick Skatepark – billed as the best skatepark on the island since it was built in 2014, by Wheelscape, this outdoor, concrete park offers something for everyone. It boasts a stair set, rail, hubba, euro gap and a manny pad, and the selection of obstacles make it great, whatever your preference.

EH54 6QU 

Livingston – Built in 1981, this became one of the most important facilities in Britain, when most other commercial skate parks were closing. This free, outdoor, unsupervised park gained international status and has been extended twice since its first inception and now boasts some smaller bowls, fullpipe, pools and a street area.

L30 6UE 

Rampworx skatepark, Liverpool is the largest in the UK, covering 70,000 square feet. It has a unique and iconic step up which is fun to ride, and one of the 3 largest bowls in the UK. This skatepark is highly recommended for people who are looking for a fun and interesting skatepark. This is a true destination park with a café and comprehensive shop stocking skates, BMX bikes, scooters and skateboards.

NG17 5LD  

Asylum skatepark, Sutton-in-Ashfield is a great skatepark for people of all abilities. It has small boxes, banks and even bigger ramps, such as their resi and foam pit! A must go for all skatepark enthusiasts.    

NN17 5PH 

Adrenaline Ally, Corby is the biggest skatepark in Europe and is also the best training facility in the country! Set across several buildings there is a confidence building training only room, foam pits, bespoke wooden ramps and a whole building dedicated to just scooter riders. It has everything you need for a fun session. 


Hereford Skatepark A free skatepark for everyone. Herefordshire Charity run, for the community – this is one of the biggest skateparks in the country. 


Radlands Plaza Northampton is one of the Uk’s best street scoot and skate spots. This concrete skate plaza that opened in 2012 boasts a big, spacey feel and looks amazing on film – so if you’re after catching your tricks on video this place is well worth a visit. 

WD18 0HZ 

Oxhey Activity Park, Watford. This multi-purpose facility designed specifically for boards, scooters and bikes has everything you need for a full day mastering tricks and flicks.

RM12 4ES 

The Rom – Hornchurch. London. Designed by Adrian Rolt and Grade II Listed. An absolute icon – this outdoor skatepark that puts itself firmly in Essex, has become a community hub for creativity.  

SE1 8SW 

London Southbank Skatepark is legendary. This plaza style scoot and skate area, well-known for the street art that adorns every inch of the concrete underbelly of the Southbank is great for participants and spectators alike. Right on the Thames, in the heart of the Capital, a variety of ledges, banks and a set of stairs make this a place to show off your skills.  


House of Vans is London’s only indoor skatepark and was born off the back of the OG, built in Brooklyn, NYC. This free facility is housed in disused train tunnels, with an old skool, long, smooth bowl with varying depths and shapes. The use of neon lights, Americana and a rugged skate influence – along with a heady mix of cultural and sporting events, make this venue a real destination, attracting some of the best scoot/skate/music/art and street culture talent from across the globe.

SA15 4SG 

Ramps skatepark, Swansea is an indoor skatepark with an amazing community of riders that are always ready for a session. This skatepark has awesome jump boxes and a great vibe. 

SA61 1TP 

Haverford West Wales opened in 2014 an offers a popular and amazing outdoor facility, and with its many transitions and street elements there is something for everyone.    

BS13 7RW/ BS36 1QG 

Campus Bristol (The Pool and The Park) is a real family favourite, renowned for those little extras that encourage beginners and keep the regulars coming. A destination park with plenty of parking, a popular café and shop, tuition, and designated timeslots for different disciplines/ skill levels. This is a real suits-all space.

BH14 0RG 

Prevail Skatehouse, Poole is an awesome skatepark with many cool features with the bowl being particularly well regarded. As the South’s leading indoor skate park, Prevail also has the UK’s first Junior only indoor skatepark “Ramp Rats” which is fantastic for all young beginners. 


Newquay Skatepark. Concrete Waves. A large, purpose-built, world class outdoor skatepark, designed to meet the needs of the wheeled sports community in Cornwall.