Boston Spa, Wetherby LS23 6EA
Micklefield skatepark is a small all concrete skatepark that can be found on the outskirts of town and was built in 2009. It is mainly a transitions based park with some street elements thrown into the mix.
The skatepark starts in one corner with a raised platform where the street area is and features stair sets, ledges, hubbas and manny pads. Leading on from this is the large transitions section which features bowls, hips, quarter pipes, spines, volcanoes, bump and a taco. This is the main attraction of the park and has been creatively designed to mean you can flow around the course all day by pumping and without having to push once.
Great North Road, Micklefield, LS25 4AB
The Otley skatepark has become a staple of Wharfe Meadows Park in the historic town of Otley. It attracts users of all ages and backgrounds, from youngsters on family days out to long terms park regulars.
Farnley Ln, Otley LS21 2RW
Attractions and Facilities
Church Lane, Pudsey, Leeds, LS28 7RR
Opened April 2016 the new design features a 1.4-metre quarter pipe, flat bank hip, Miami bank, pump bump and down hubba suitable for skateboarders, roller skaters, in-line skaters, BMX riders and scooter riders.
Springhead Park, Oulton Lane, Rothwell, LS26
Roundhay skatepark is made up of metal ramps on a tarmac base.
The skatepark features a back and forth run with quarter pipes and flat banks either side of funboxes.
Situated at the top of the park near Soldiers Field and the new playground
Valley Gardens Skate Park opened in May 2011 and is a purpose-built spray concrete design for use by skateboards, BMX bikes and scooters.
It has a 1.5m high bowl, a tear drop volcano, 1.8m quarter pipe, 0.75m steep brick bank with grind blocks, a brick half pipe with grind over gap, a hubba ledge and grind rail and a pyramid hip with curved grind block.
Valley Drive, Harrogate HG2 0JS