Everything you need to know about Montrose Skatepark
There’s no better place to start our London skatepark profiles than Montrose Skatepark.
For most of our community this is our favourite spot when the weather is cooperating.
Montrose Skatepark opened sometime in early 2020 and was part of the regeneration of Silkstream Park and Montrose Playing Fields. The skatepark is located right next to the Unitas, Barnet Youth Zone and offers easy parking and access to public transport.
The skatepark is built in modern style out of concrete and although it’s a small space it still packs in one hell of a punch.
The park features several different ramps, a manual pad, a grind box, a grind rail and a volcano (also known as hubba gap). The park has got some serious flow so it’s great fun working out different lines that utilise all the features. You could probably host a competition or a demo here as Montrose Skatepark is that good.
One of the best parts of the skatepark is that the concrete used is a special formula that dries real fast so even when it has been raining the park is ready to use soon after. There are times when it’s been a little waterlogged, but you can always rely on the Onda Skateboard Crew to come and mop up the rain water.
We love the fact that Montrose Skatepark caters literally to all levels, so we’re giving an honorary shoutout to whoever got this park built because real talk, it’s sick!
Whether you’re a pro skater or just a beginner you’ll find something to do at Montrose Skatepark with both chilled out and more challenging features.
Montrose Skatepark seems to attract really cool people and you’ll notice a very friendly vibe when you get there. We highly recommend you check it out!