Skate parks in Brighton & Hove

Wheeled sports, including skateboarding and BMX riding, are very popular in the city.

There are some great skate parks that can be used to practise and learn new skills.

Hove Lagoon skate park


This skate park includes a mini ramp, flat banks, Quarter pipes, driveway, hubba and pyramid section along with blocks, benches and a curved many pad.

This a multi ability skate park for all wheeled sports users.

Go to a map of Hove Lagoon skate park

The Level skate park

A fantastic new skate park was opened at The Level in 2013, offering a variety of bowls, banks rails and stairs. Find out more about The Level.

Go to a map of The Level skate park

Hollingdean skate park

This skate park includes a street plaza section with banks, rails and stairs along with a fun bowl with extension.

This is a mixed ability park and suitable for all wheeled sports users.

Go to a map of Hollingdean skate park

Woodingdean skate park

This skate park includes a mix of street blocks, rails and banks along with a bowl section. This is a mixed ability park and suitable for all wheeled sports users.

Go to a map of Woodingdean skate park

Young person riding a half pipe

Saltdean Oval

This skate park includes a flat bank, pyramid box, hubba and quarter pipe along with two street obstacles. This is a mixed ability park and suitable for all wheeled sports users.

Go to a map of Saltdean Oval

Brighton Youth Centre indoor skate park

An indoor park at the Youth Centre, which offering supervised skate sessions, events, and courses.

Go to the Brighton Youth Centre website to find out more

Mobile skate ramps

We have mobile ramps that enable us to take skateboarding to different locations across the city. With a team of trained skate leaders we can run sessions for groups across the city.

If you would like to find out more about booking these ramps please contact the Healthy Lifestyles team on 01273 292724.

Brighton She Shredders

Brighton She Shredders is a female only skateboard session that takes place at Brighton Youth Centre skate park.

The group is for ages 13 and over and usually takes place on Thursdays, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.

Check out the She Shredder Facebook page.

Go Skate Project:

FREE Skateboarding tuition for 11 – 16 years olds who are experiencing anxiety or depression  at Brighton Youth Centres Indoor Skatepark. Click here for more information

Summer Skate Camps:

In 2018 we are providing beginner skateboarding lessons for young people (aged 5-8) in the following locations. All courses are fully booked. If you would like to go on a waiting list please send an email to:

  • Woodingdean Skatepark (30 July - 3 August, 9:30-10:30am)​
  • Hollingdean Skatepark(6 - 10 August, 9:30am-10:30am)
  • Hove Lagoon Skatepark(13 - 17 August, 9:30am - 10:30am)

Find out more

For further information on skate park events, activities and tuition please contact Ricardo Magee, Skatepark Development Officer: