Kings Field

This skatepark is super smooth and abundant with quirky skate obstacles. It is essentially a mini multi-level plaza set up with an astro-turf grass gap and bumpy grass imitation sides. The main down sides are that it can get busy in the evenings and at weekends, which coupled with its tight, relatively small layout, can mean potentially stressful sessions.
The skatepark is split into three sections. At the top of the first section is two small slopes with a 4 stair in the middle, with two mini handrails and small hubba. This leads down to a flat with a small manny pad, then to another slope taking you into the transition section.
This transition section is a 5 foot mini with a bowled end, 1 foot extension, hip, spine and roll over to another quarter on the other side.
The third section to the left of the street course is in kind of an L shape, comprised of a small bank with pole jam connected to the top of the street course, a small driveway, two quarters connected by a hip, a jump box and an astro-turf grass gap with ledge.
As you can see, this is a skatepark quite busy with obstacles. It has a good flow, but the lines can be quite narrow, as they are largely back and forth along the first section. Worth checking out during the day on week days if you want a chilled session or a wicked shred. This park can be fun to skate but has to be at the right times.
Built by Wheelscape

Details

Country: United Kingdom

County: Greater London

City: Kingston

Address: Address Church Grove, Hampton Wick

Postal Code: KT1 4ET

Description

This skatepark is super smooth and abundant with quirky skate obstacles. It is essentially a mini multi-level plaza set up with an astro-turf grass gap and bumpy grass imitation sides. The main down sides are that it can get busy in the evenings and at weekends, which coupled with its tight, relatively small layout, can mean potentially stressful sessions.
The skatepark is split into three sections. At the top of the first section is two small slopes with a 4 stair in the middle, with two mini handrails and small hubba. This leads down to a flat with a small manny pad, then to another slope taking you into the transition section.
This transition section is a 5 foot mini with a bowled end, 1 foot extension, hip, spine and roll over to another quarter on the other side.
The third section to the left of the street course is in kind of an L shape, comprised of a small bank with pole jam connected to the top of the street course, a small driveway, two quarters connected by a hip, a jump box and an astro-turf grass gap with ledge.
As you can see, this is a skatepark quite busy with obstacles. It has a good flow, but the lines can be quite narrow, as they are largely back and forth along the first section. Worth checking out during the day on week days if you want a chilled session or a wicked shred. This park can be fun to skate but has to be at the right times.
Built by Wheelscape

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Features

Location: Outdoor

Feature: Skatepark

Construction: concrete

Opening times:

Monday – Sunday, 10:00am -9:00pm

Very Important:
This is strange and I have never seen this at a park before but if not done the park keeper will not let you in.
Everyone under 16 needs to get their parents sign the form and then bring it back to the Kcafe (next to the skatepark) with a passport sized photo. Over 16s can sign it themselves.
Return the completed form to the Kcafe and pay the one off fee of £5.00 for access to skate park for life.

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