Known as Playstation Skate Park before Xbox sponsorships, Bay Sixty6 is an epic undercover skate park in Ladbroke Grove. Encompassing a spacious area of land, it includes challenges from street-style ledges to ski jump style gaps and a large bowl. There is also a beginners section for first-time skaters, meaning all are welcome to practise or show off their skating skills here at Bay Sixty6!
The park hosts a range of facilities. Lockers are available for any valuables. Snack vending machines and a seating area are provided for those who just want to come and watch. For super-keen skaters, there is even a skate shop to browse. You can’t go wrong with this spot any day of the year.
Do your kids fancy taking up skating a regular hobby? If yes, the park runs an after-school club during term times, with subsidised prices – see website for details. Those who enjoyed Bay Sixty6 should also check out the Southbank Skate Park, which Emily talks about in her review of the Southbank.
According to Miss Vogue, this is one of Brooklyn Beckham’s favourite places to hang out in London.
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