I’ve been collecting trails for a while now on this blog. Whenever I run a new one, I take a few pictures and write about it. I’ve decided to do the same thing with my favourite skateboarding spots.
Today we are going to explore the latest skatepark to be built in London, Ontario, Canada. It’s located at Springbank Park in the small township of Byron.
There is a nicely shaped quarter pipe. A lot of parks I go to, the quarter pipe is too steep or shallow. This one is perfect.
There is also a flat elevated ramp on the other side of this small park.
This pyramid is close enough to the flat I showed you in the picture above and the concrete here is so smooth that my board felt like it was gliding effortlessly between then ramps. I didn’t even have to pump.
There is a stair obstacle, a rail, and several grinds in the park.
It’s a small park, primarily designed for single runs. But it’s nicely built. The concrete is super-smooth and it’s a fun place to hang out with friends.
Want to see more skateparks?
- Iceland Skatepark (Mississauga, Ontario)
- Kiwanis Park (London, Ontario)