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It's becoming ever more popular...

Skate, BMX, stunt biking or scootering is ever popular and London’s parks have plenty to offer.

All London’s skate parks on a map!


Here are ten top places for skaters and BMXers.

Get into BMX!


1. Brockwell Park, Lambeth

2. Burgess Park, Southwark

3. Haggerston Park, Hackney

4. Lordship Rec, Haringey

5. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Newham has a Velo Park

6. Bishops Park, Hammersmith and Fulham has a Skate Park

7. Kings Field, Kingston has a Skate Park

8. Acton Park, Ealing has a Skate Park

9. Church House Gardens , Bromley's Skate Park

10. Chase Lane Park , Waltham Forest's Skate Park

Brockwell Park, Lambeth

  • First opened to the public in 1892, this site is a large park formed from the grounds of the 19th century Brockwell Hall. It combines a variety of formal recreational facilities with large areas of open parkland, woodland and a series of linked ponds. The

Burgess Park, Southwark

  • This large park is comparatively recently created and has several features of wildlife interest, notably the lake and nature area on New Church Road.

Haggerston Park, Hackney

  • Hackney City Farm lies at the southern edge of Haggerston Park and the two represent an important nature and educational site in this area of London. The park itself contains the best pond in Hackney borough. Planting of mixed native woodland and scrub wi

Lordship Recreation Ground, Haringey

Lordship Lane,N17 6NU | Always open

  • Particularly good for different kinds of cycling from toddlers to adults balance bikes to bmx.

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Hackney; Tower Hamlets

Stratford,E20 | Always open

  • A beautiful new green space with a large amount of wondeful gardens and natural areas. Queen Elizabeth Olympic park has a number of bat boxes and is currently a site of active bat research. Work and play are both catered for at our park and it provides a place to relax or to go for a scenic stroll through the sites of the 2012 Olympics.

Bishops Park, Hammersmith and Fulham

Bishop's Avenue,SW6 6SX | Dawn until dusk

  • Walk along the river path at sunset from Putney Bridge

Acton Park, Ealing

  • This is a large area of open space providing several wildlife habitats in a very built-up part of Ealing borough. There is free access to the park, but no public access to the sports ground, which is in private ownership, or to the allotments.

Church House Gardens, Bromley

Church Road,BR2 0EG | Dawn until dusk

  • A mainly formal park located just off Bromley High Street, it is a green oasis with spaces both for activities and quiet relaxation. Generally accessible by wheelchairs but there are some steeper slopes and steps between the various levels. Dogs, other than guide dogs, are excluded from most of this park, but are allowed in the lower areas below the games...

Chase Lane Park, Waltham Forest

  • Local park.

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