Crystal Palace Skatepark

Crystal Palace Park, Thicket Road, Penge, London
SE19 2GA

Outdoor Public Concrete Skatepark built in March 2014 by CANVAS.

Parking next to the Tennis Courts at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre (Ledrington Rd, SE19 2BB).

Crystal Palace Station to the Skatepark is a 10 minute walk. Penge West Train Station to the Skatepark is about 10-15 minute walk. Penge East Train Station to the Skatepark is a 15-20 minute walk.

Their is a Shell garage nearby (Crystal Palace Parade, Dulwich, SE19 1UN) if you need to refuel. Tesco Express (72 Anerley Rd, SE19 2AH) is a 15 minute walk from the park or just around the corner from the Main Station if you need a drink or some food for the session.

“The skatepark, funded by the Mayor of London, consists of an extended 100 metre (330 feet) long and 11metre (35 feet) wide curved concrete band, filled with a wide range of rideable terrains. At one end sits an advanced cloverleaf pool, complete with swimming pool-style stone coping and tiling. In the middle is an L-shaped steelcoping bowl, particularly suited to skilled transition riders, and offering a multitude of hips and curves. And at the other end of the skatepark is a large mellow section, aimed at those of all abilities and riding styles, and for those just seeking to explore different lines and speeds. BMX, quad-skating, rollerblading, scootering and skateboarding have all been considered in this design, and riders of all ages and abilities will be very welcome.”




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