Updated: Mar 17
One of Scotland's biggest skateparks and easily accessible from the City Centre, this is a must. Situated on Perth's beautiful South Inch park, it is home to the annual, infamous Perth Skate Jam, which attracts boarders from across the country. With a large bowl, a decent selection of banks, blocks and street, it's centrepiece is its large park course. There is an endless array of lines to take whether on blades, board, BMX or scooter.
Perth Skatepark, Shore Rd, Perth PH2 8EB
Coupar Angus is the home town of Alex Donnachie, X Games Street Gold medalist and one of the World's most technical BMX riders. His home town park is a mellow place to skate, featuring a small drive way, gentle banks to get to grips with transition and dropping in, as well as several bowled sections of more traditional transitions.
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The newest park on this list and home of some of the smoothest concrete you will ever have the pleasure to skate. With flowing lines, it is a fine place to progress. Featuring a mixture or banks, humps and transition, all with that key ingredient, flow. There is also an excellent block for getting tech on your grinds.
Surrounded by some small banks and benches is the Kinross Bowl. It's big, it's blue and provides plenty of flow. A long time BMX favourite.
Featuring a bowl with a banked drop in as well as it's street course of banks, pyramid, rail and transition, there is enough to satisfy all types of riders.
Crieff Skatepark, School Bus Park, Crieff PH7 3SG