This park is soo much fun to skate with multiple transfers, hips, spines, bowled sections and even a bit of street thrown in for good measure. The spines are just over 4 foot with bigger sections scattered about the place. SKATE PARK UPDATE! New vert bowl extension, keyhole bowl around 6 foot with 8 foot vert deep end. Large...
Damn this place is sick. Plenty to do with lots of banks, rails, ledges, stairs, gaps, hips and the bowl. It’s probably a good thing that its all the way out in Upper Hutt, else it would be forever crowded. Directions Behind the train station, don’t go over the bridge.
The street side of this park is only let down by the small size of the pyramids and the lack of run in/out of a lot of the features. The bowls on the other hand are sick. 4ft joining both 5 and 7ft bowls. Super smooth and good coping all the way round. Tons of speed lines allow you to drop in a rip around all the bowls until...
The old park is gone (to make room for the motorway construction) and Vic Park now has a new skatepark. Multiple bowl area, steet/garden gaps, mega wall and a whole heap of ledges, stairs and banks give the Vic skatepark a huge array of fun times. Old Park Description As good as it looks with a good variety of features and...
Damn, a ton of lines and features. If only some of the grinders were a good length it would be unfaultable. Dope 4 foot bowl to rip around in too. Duds baby. Directions Just down the road from the octagon behind the train station.
Crazy older skatepark with heaps of crazy banks and transitions. Super fun and real challenging. There is also a big vert ramp there which I am sitting on. Directions Taradale, Havlock North
Dope park, real wide open and spacious. Heaps of room. Grinders are ridiculously grindy and the Quarter pipe seems a little chunky. Plenty of lines and cool stuff to skate. Mean. Directions Heading either North or South, this park is located on the mainest road there is, if you eyes are working you’ll find it.
Fools beware, don’t fuck with the ghetto. This place means business and so do the locals. Nah, just messin wit ya. Weird layout that is hard to suss out but some unique lines hidden throughout. Head there for a challenge. Directions Linwood Ave.
All good really, some fun transfers from big tranny to little and so on and so forth. Directions Heading along the main road going West turn left onto Abercrombe Street and it’s one block down in the park.
Fast and hard with some hips, banks and quarters. Some of the features are a little tight but everything is skateable and there are definitely some fun lines and decent ollies to be had. Directions It’s on Greers Road off Wairaki Road.