Southsea Skatepark covers a range of styles, from the snake run bowl that encourages carving and creative lines to the pool slalom run bowl that has just had a small box jump added to the top of the run. Next we have the mogul and keyhole bowl that link together and have brought so much history to the park. A state of the art 14ft high / 40ft wide vert ramp with skate lite surface added. Next to the vert is a flat bank hip and pyramid grind rail that flows into a 4ft hip into the skate rink.
Around the back of the cafe area, we have a mellow 4ft metal mini that is popular with skateboarders and scooter riders.
In the cafe end of the rink we have a 6ft quarter either side of the 9ft quarter (one of the oldest ramps in the skatepark) that links up to the 4ft hip into plaza section.
In the middle of the skatepark we have one of the biggest fun boxes in the country, next to step up, in and out ramp used for trick in’s and out and some grind ledges and rails that can get set up in various different positions around the park. Following the faster section, we have a 7ft high quarter with flat bank wall ride next to it, 5ft quarter the other side with up and down ramp with rail down the side sheltered by the vert ramp.
Towards the back of the vert ramp we have the 5ft wooden spine mini with pump bump. The skatepark mixes the heritage of the park built in 1978 with the contemporary modern day street course ramps. Scooter riders love the skatepark and are very much welcome.