As you can tell it was raining so I didn’t skate for very long. Looks good though. Directions It’s on Gervin Road.
Great looking park with unlimited lines. Plenty of hips, gaps and transfers to push yourself and keep looking for more. Directions Head down Lake Road, its at the bottom of the hill opposite the golf course.
Im sure there are some better lines in the mounds than the ones we found and the mini’s are also of an interesting shape. Not hard to have fun here but you will need some imagination. Since this photo there has been additions to the street section. Directions Next to the water tower, Albion Street.
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.
With only three features this place is small but more fun than watchin models mud wrestle. I’m going back for more. Directions Oxford Street, behind the playground.
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.
Fun little park even if the funbox is a touch steep. Some cool lines and a nice warm glacier fed river to cool off in. Directions Right next to the shops, Nairn Street.
Small mini with multiple spines and roll-through’s leads onto a huge court scattered with benches and homemade grinders. Up the back is a fun kidney bowl, maybe a touch shallow, and the leftovers off all the concrete shaped into some sort of abstract shape. Directions Its located in Alfred Cox park off Grey Street.
An older park with a few newer additions. Not much to it really, the new grinder is definitely a start but the lump of concrete that is meant to be a pyramid is far too steep to be of any use. The older banks are great for busting fat ollies and tricks over though. Funny that. Directions New Brighton Beach.
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.