Dunblane Skatepark

It is very awkward to get to with a 15/20 min walk up a big hill into a massive park, the park has VERY dated concrete with cracks everywhere and coping out of shape from the ramps, it has a VERY steep bowl with aspects of Livingston original skatepark but to the scale of a childs play area it is small, there is a flatbar going along and down (requires gardening to skate it) and same goes for the ledges. The rollins are uneven and most of the time your better acid dropping or even olling into the rollin instead of rolling in.

Address:
Laighhills Public park,
Dunblane,
Stirlingshire,
Scotland,
FK15 0AQ

Lights:
No

Park Type:
Outdoor

Cost to use:
Free 24/7

Safety equipment / Helmets required:
No

Date Constructed:
2007

Constructed by:
Alex Butter Landscapes

Cost of Construction:
£148k

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