This recreation ground with skate park is near the John Lewis in Cressex. There is easy free parking right by the skate park and a football area on both hard surface and grass.
The skate park itself seems to hit the spot with our boys (5 and 8 years old). They loved the big space and different structures to navigate, making a nice change from Marlow skate park.
We arrived about 5pm on a Sunday evening and there were a few ‘youths’ (!) congregated. That said, everyone was friendly and there were adults and young children using the space so it seemed welcoming to all.
The skate park itself is a plaza style concrete skate park. It features a selection of ramps and ledges across different levels, and has low quarter pipes at each end.
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Parking: plenty of free parking
Facilities: ..didn’t notice any
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