Croxley Green Skatepark

A pretty standard, outdoor concrete skatepark. Best recommended for beginners due to a good variety of small sized obstacles.
Along one side of the park is a wall of quarter-pipes, going down in steps from 6 to 4 foot.
This skatepark is essentially divided into three sections, made up of a quarter-pipes, flatbanks, a spine and three driveway features. One a tall thin driveway with tiny, steep hubbas and a sketchy 3 foot volcano to the side, another a four sided driveway with hips and a kicker.
There is a 5 foot mini-ramp to the back, a small grind block/manny pad, and two rails.
The layout of this park doesnt make finding flow between any of the sections easy, and encouraging the sessioning of one obstacle at a time. It has been re-surfaced in 2011 which makes it much smoother to skate.
Helmets must be worn by under 18s, though this park is only supervised during the school holidays for some sessions. Chains are placed across the park at night and when wet to prevent skating.
Not the best of skateparks as it has no original features or flow. For a good session it would be best to go elsewhere.

Details

Country: United Kingdom

County: Hertfordshire

City: Watford

Address: Baldwins Lane Playing Fields

Postal Code: WD3 3LD

Description

A pretty standard, outdoor concrete skatepark. Best recommended for beginners due to a good variety of small sized obstacles.
Along one side of the park is a wall of quarter-pipes, going down in steps from 6 to 4 foot.
This skatepark is essentially divided into three sections, made up of a quarter-pipes, flatbanks, a spine and three driveway features. One a tall thin driveway with tiny, steep hubbas and a sketchy 3 foot volcano to the side, another a four sided driveway with hips and a kicker.
There is a 5 foot mini-ramp to the back, a small grind block/manny pad, and two rails.
The layout of this park doesnt make finding flow between any of the sections easy, and encouraging the sessioning of one obstacle at a time. It has been re-surfaced in 2011 which makes it much smoother to skate.
Helmets must be worn by under 18s, though this park is only supervised during the school holidays for some sessions. Chains are placed across the park at night and when wet to prevent skating.
Not the best of skateparks as it has no original features or flow. For a good session it would be best to go elsewhere.

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Features

Location: Outdoor

Feature: Skatepark

Construction: concrete

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