If you are looking for a free or cheap day out for older kids then why not try one of these skate parks in Hampshire?
If your kids love scootering, rollerblading, BMX or skateboarding, then a skateboard park may be for you.
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This wide-open space is free to use for all. It has large smooth ramps with twists and turns for the more advanced fearless skaters or beginner ramps for those who are just starting out.
It’s great for the whole family as once the kids are done with the skate ramps then they can ride or scoot around the park too.
You can find Aldershot Skatepark in Manor Park, postcode GU11 3TZ.
Church Crookham Skatepark
Church Crookham Skatepark is a concrete skatepark featuring a back and forth plaza layout with a concrete pump track that comes away from the park and loops back.
Church Crookham Skatepark can be found Off Newton Drive, postcode GU52 8BP.
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Alton Skatepark is a concrete skatepark that is great for all abilities. It has a mini ramp for beginners and a number of rails, pipes and ledges split across three levels.
It’s free to use and is completely outdoors but it is subject to opening times so please check before you leave.
You can find Alton Skatepark in Chawton Park Road, postcode GU34 1ST.
The open bowl Bordon Skatepark was open re-vamped in 2017. It’s a huge concrete stakepark that’s great for more experienced riders. It’s free to use and great all year round.
You can find Bordon Skatepark on Budds Lane, postcode GU35 0JB.
Farnborough Skatepark has a tarmac base with mini ramps, pipes, ledges and flat banks.
It’s sat next to Farnborough Leisure Centre in Meudon Avenue, postcode GU14 7LD.
Andover Depot Skatepark
Andover Depot Skatepark is a metal skatepark that has smaller ramps with pipes. This is the perfect space for beginner skaters who want to learn how to twist and turn without the bigger slopes.
It’s outside and has plenty of parking. Andover Depot Skatepark can be found in West Portway, the postcode is SP10 3LF.
This huge skatepark is great for more advanced skaters. It’s over two levels and sits inside a huge park that is great for smaller kids who just want to scoot too.
It’s free to use and can be found off Smannell Road, postcode SP10 5EF.
Basingstoke skatepark is a free to use metal concrete park that is fully outdoors. It’s great for all types of rider as it has back and front runs with flat banks at either side.
You can find Basingstoke Skatepark at Ringway South, postcode RG21 3QR.
Chineham Skatepark is a huge skatepark that has mini ramps, pipes, flat banks, jump boxes and ledges. This is a great skatepark for beginners to intermediates.
It’s surrounded by a huge field with a forest and has a small car park.
Chineham Skatepark can be found on Thornhill Way, postcode RG24 8WR.
Chandlers Ford Mini Ramp
Chandlers Ford Mini Ramp is great for beginner skaters or bike riders. The tarmac base is flat, perfect for the long run ups you’ll need to practice.
There’s a great play area for younger kids and a huge field to play on.
Chandlers Ford Mini Ramp is on Greenways, postcode SO53 2LE.
Eastleigh skatepark is in in industrial estate just before Asda roundabout. It has free parking and is great for bikes and skateboards.
Eastleigh skatepark has a concrete bowl, metal ramps, quarter pipes and funbox. You can find the skatepark in Stoney Croft Rise, postcode SO53 3YU.
Bransgore Skatepark is a metal skatepark that sit beside a playground and football pitch. The skatepark has a mini ramp and quarter pipes.
The park has it’s own car park as well.
You can find Bransgore Skatepark at Westbury Close, postcode BH23 8AZ.
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Abshot Mini Ramp
This is a free, concreate, and outdoor space that is perfect for beginners. You will find Abshot Mini Ramp in Abshot Road in Fareham, postcode PO14 4NH. They have a free car park down Abshot Road and there is a small lay-by if the car park is full. If you have smaller kids then they can enjoy the play park too.
Fareham’s Park Lane Skatepark
Fareham’s Park Lane Skatepark is set among a field on Park Lane Recreation Ground. It has a playground for younger kids and the pavement is flat, so great for kids to scooter and roller blade.
The skatepark is great for beginners. It’a a concrete course thats small but has a great run.
Find Fareham’s Park Lane Skatepark on Park Lane, postcode PO16 7JU.
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Bishops Waltham Skatepark
Bishops Waltham Skatepark is based on a huge green with a playground and basketball court. The skatepark is concrete and has flat banks, a jump box and a driveway.
You can find Bishops Waltham Skatepark on Elizabeth Way, postcode SO32 1JU.
Bartons Triangle Skatepark
Bartons Triangle Skatepark is free to get into and open all year round. The skatepark is metal with flat tarmac underneath. It’s great for beginners as it has a mini-ramp to practice on and different sized rails. More experienced riders might prefer the volcanoes, quarter pipes and funbox.
You can find Bartons Triangle Skatepark on Bartons Road, postcode PO9 5NP.
Bransbury Park Skatepark
Bransbury Park Skatepark is great for beginner skaters. It has a mini ramp and a flat bank. It’s based in a huge field with a football pitch and a great flat pavement that’s great for bikes or scooters.
You can find Bransbury Park Skatepark at Bransbury Park, postcode PO4 9JZ.
Clanfield Skatepark is a metal framed skatepark that is outdoors and completely free to use. This skatepark has two quarter pipes, a manny pad with a ledge, rail and a ledged funbox.
The park has a football pitch, playground and a huge field for games. There is a small car park on-site too.
Clanfield Skatepark can be found at Peel Park, postcode PO8 0PR.
Denmead Skatepark is on King George V Recreation Ground. The frame is metal which has two mini ramps, flat banks and jump boxes.
Denmead Skatepark is on Lowland Road, postcode PO7 6YR.
Emsworth Skatepark has a mini ramp, quarter pipe and platform. It also has a funbox and a ledge which is perfect for all style of skaters.
Emsworth Skatepark is next to a great playground and field. You can find Emsworth Skatepark at Emsworth Park, postcode PO10 7PT.
Romsey Skatepark is right next to Romsey Rapids, which also has a great playground for smaller kids.
The Romsey Skatepark is great for all skaters, regardless of it you have a bike or a skateboard.
Romsey Skatepark can be found on Southampton Road, postcode SO51 8AF.
Bartley Park Skatepark
Bartley Park Skatepark is based around a figure eight. It’s a huge metal concrete park that also has smaller mini ramps for beginners. It has flat banks and quarter pipes for those who love to skate alongside things.
All the surfaces are smooth and there is a lot of space between them which helps if you are practicing.
Bartley Park skatepark does not have the most original set of obstacles or arrangements but the surfaces are smooth and there is a lot of space between the obstacles giving you a lot of space to adjust between tricks. It is not the most challenging of skateparks but it is a good place to go and practice the basics.
Bursledon Skatepark is a concrete park that that quarter pipes and a fun box that is great for all skaters. It has a basket ball court and a playground with plenty of green space.
Burlesdon skatepark is on Foundry Crescent, postcode SO31 8FY.
Butlocks Heath Skatepark
Butlocks Heath Skatepark is a mini skatepark that’s perfect for beginners. The grounds is also next to a playground and a field which is perfect for games.
Butlocks Heath Skatepark is on Butlocks Heath Recreation Field, postcode SO31 5FJ.
Winchester Skatepark is sat right next to River Park Leisure Centre. The skatepark has a bowl and plaza section. The skatepark is right next to the playground and a straight path, which is great for scooters and bikes.
The skatepark is great for beginners to give it a go!
Winchester Skatepark is on Gordon Road, postcode SO23 7DD.
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