Last Updated on March 16, 2023
I’ve been wanting to skate Woodbridge Skatepark for a long time. I have parked near it, cycling around it and come very close several times. It gets very busy, and being fenced in the place can feel a little claustrophobic. But this morning me and the girl finally found some time for a trip to Woodbridge.
Unfortunately it started to rain within a couple of minutes of our arrival at Woodbridge Skatepark, so we gave up and went home. You can see from the video below that even after just a little drizzle the ramps were getting slippy. And I’ve had enough of having to re-lube my bearings after soggy skates.
There is TONS of parking; the skatepark is in the middle of the huge main car park in Woodbridge. The skatepark is about 100 yards from Woodbridge train station and near a bunch of bus stops, so getting to the skatepark is easy enough. The car park costs just a quid for two hours parking, which is cheap for Suffolk.
Woodbridge skatepark is behind the Deben swimming pool, next to the Woodbridge community centre and temptingly close to the Adnams shop.
All the ramps and trans at Woodbridge Skatepark are very gentle, which suits me just fine.