Southsea skatepark is the proud home of the King Ramps “NASS Ramp” – the mobile ramp built by Pete King’s team and used for the well known NASS music and action sports festival.
While it’s not being used for festivals, it lives at the park so the locals can benefit from a real competition standard ramp which has replaced the tired old 9′ transition mini-vert.
For competition goers, there is of course the rest of the legendary park to play on. Concrete snake run, circular bowl and street section make up the rest of the park.
There are pay and display car parks near the sea front but some free street parking is available in the roads a block or two back from the front.
Staying over night
The skatepark are NOT Allowing parking overnight within the grounds. Please see above for alternative parking options.
Please check the map below for some local campsites. There are plenty of hotels nearby.