This week we are featuring another two indoor parks that accommodate for all types of riding. These parks both feature a variety of ramps and rails and one even accommodates vert riders. If you missed last months winter skatepark guide you can check it out here.

Rampworx Skatepark - Pictures taken from



Rampworx skatepark is one of the largest skateparks in Europe. Covering covers a massive 70,000 square feet of real estate. It's located in Liverpool and has a lot to offer. They recently built a new foam pit, a large street plaza room, and are always improving the park whenever they get the opportunity. It offers an ever-changing rhythm section, foam pit, bowl, street plaza, a back room which is perfect for beginners, and a kitted out shop packed with any BMX part you want. Just look at the pictures and see for yourself.

Size: 70,000 Square Feet

Features: Foam pit, rhythm section, street plaza, bowl, backroom. step up, kinked rail, kinked ledges, pyramid, flat bar, quarter pipes, stairs, rollers, hip, wall ride, sub box, shop.

Price:  £7.50 all day weekdays, £10 on weekends, or £20 for a week pass.

Location: Rampworx Skatepark, 1-3 Leckwith Road, Netherton, Liverpool, L30 6UE

Opening Times: Tuesday to Friday 4pm - 10pm, Weekend 10:30am - 7pm

Standout feature: Street Plaza


Mount Hawke Skatepark -Photos taken from Mount Hawke Facebook Page

Down in the deep dark corners of the Cornish territories sits Mount Hawke skatepark. This skatepark is the largest indoor park in Cornwall, features a huge main section, a large jump box section, a monster vert ramp, and a recently built bowl. It's host to some amazing jams several times over the year and the scene is great.


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Features: Vert ramp, bowl, jump box section, rails, ledges, quarter pipes, curved wall ride, volcano, cafe, shop, and more.

Price:  £8 all day

Location: Gover Water Works, Mount Hawke, Truro, Cornwall

Opening Times: Monday to Friday varies from 10 am - 9:30 pm. Weekends 10am - 8pm

Standout feature: Vert ramp


Check back next month for two more parks to visit this winter.

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