Ealing Skatepark

This is one of the best outdoor parks with a bowl in London. Entirely concrete, perfectly smooth. It also has a big car-park and access from the tube. Featuring transition opportunities in the bowl and quirky obstacles on the street course, along with more traditional street obstacles, this is definitely a park to visit and shred.
The bowl makes up for about a quarter of the skatepark and is situated at the back of the park, just behind the large flatbank.
The bowl has a unique shape with the shallower end, about 4 foot deep, being quite rounded and acting as one big bowled corner. The other end, a bit deeper at 5 foot and more of a square shape with two bowled corners, connects to the shallower end via two mellow hips. All round the bowl is thin metal coping.
At one end of the street course there is the large flatbank with drop in block, good for grinds and stalls. At the other end of the course, on one side, is the most quirky obstacle in the skatepark: a 3 foot, very steep and very hard to skate mini half-pipe with gnarly pool coping and a roll-in bowled corner at one end. To the left is a good size hubba, euro gap, multiple flatbanks and arguably one of the best stair set obstacles in an English outdoor skatepark. A tall, long four stair with a big steep bank going down the side of it, topped with flat metal coping. Great for tricking down the set, riding down or grinding along the top of the bank.
In the middle of the street course is a manny pad and grind box section to the left, connected to a sweet driveway with good size gap. To the right is a funbox with a sweet little hip and a big round rail, the rail also providing the opportunity to do epic pole jams to grinds.
This park has excellent flowing lines and many original obstacles. Definitely a park to shred.
A must go to!! London Skateboard Lessons Taught Here.
Built by Freestyle

Details

Country: United Kingdom

County: Greater London

City: Ealing

Address: Ruislip Road East

Postal Code: W13 0AL

Description

This is one of the best outdoor parks with a bowl in London. Entirely concrete, perfectly smooth. It also has a big car-park and access from the tube. Featuring transition opportunities in the bowl and quirky obstacles on the street course, along with more traditional street obstacles, this is definitely a park to visit and shred.
The bowl makes up for about a quarter of the skatepark and is situated at the back of the park, just behind the large flatbank.
The bowl has a unique shape with the shallower end, about 4 foot deep, being quite rounded and acting as one big bowled corner. The other end, a bit deeper at 5 foot and more of a square shape with two bowled corners, connects to the shallower end via two mellow hips. All round the bowl is thin metal coping.
At one end of the street course there is the large flatbank with drop in block, good for grinds and stalls. At the other end of the course, on one side, is the most quirky obstacle in the skatepark: a 3 foot, very steep and very hard to skate mini half-pipe with gnarly pool coping and a roll-in bowled corner at one end. To the left is a good size hubba, euro gap, multiple flatbanks and arguably one of the best stair set obstacles in an English outdoor skatepark. A tall, long four stair with a big steep bank going down the side of it, topped with flat metal coping. Great for tricking down the set, riding down or grinding along the top of the bank.
In the middle of the street course is a manny pad and grind box section to the left, connected to a sweet driveway with good size gap. To the right is a funbox with a sweet little hip and a big round rail, the rail also providing the opportunity to do epic pole jams to grinds.
This park has excellent flowing lines and many original obstacles. Definitely a park to shred.
A must go to!! London Skateboard Lessons Taught Here.
Built by Freestyle

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Features

Location: Outdoor

Feature: Skatepark - With bowls/pool

Construction: concrete

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